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Colorado Springs: Off-day.

Tulsa: Off-day.

Modesto: Greg Reynolds picked up his first professional win last night in another solid outing. He allowed no runs on three hits in five innings, while striking out three. Chris Frey had three RBI in the 6-0 win. Justin Nelson hit two doubles and Corey Wimberly stole his forty-first base.

Asheville: Asheville scored two runs in the top of the tenth to win 8-6. Daniel Carte drove in the seventh run and Dexter Fowler gave the Tourists the extra run. Fowler walked three times and also struck out twice. He was also caught stealing for the twentieth time. Chris Nelson hit his eleventh homer and Nelson Robledo his first. Brandon Durden struck out four in six innings while taking no part in the decision. Andrew Johnston recorded his nineteenth save.

Tri-City: The Dust Devils kept the winning theme going last night in the 9-5 victory over Yakima. Victor Ferrante had four RBI and Josh Banda drove in three, two off a home run in fourth inning. Jeff Kindel added two more hits and a walk to his season totals. Keith Weiser had a so-so outing in four innings. He allowed three runs on seven hits, but struck out four. He has four walks and thirty strike outs on the season.

Casper: Unfortunately Casper could not make it four for four in the 'W' category last night as the team fell to Idaho Falls' six runs with only one of their own. Jay Cox struck out three times, while David Christensen struck out twice (but he also walked once). Robinson Fabian saw four runs cross home plate in five innings.