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Modesto: Franklin Morales lost a no-hitter in the ninth last night. After giving up a double to the first batter in that inning he was pulled for Matt Daley, who saved the game. Doc Brooks hit a triple and Chris Frey recorded his twenty-second double.

Colorado Springs: The Sky Sox scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth to come up one run short in Salt Lake's 10-9 victory. Baker, Iannetta and Quintanilla each had two RBI.

Tulsa: Alvin Colina hit a grand slam in in the eighth inning to secure the 5-3 victory and Jud Thigpen drew a bases-loaded walk right before that for the other RBI. Jon Asahina allowed three runs in six innings but gave up ten hits. Jim Miller now has seven saves.

Asheville: Three runs in the bottom of the ninth gave Savannah the 6-5 win. Chaz Roe did not factor in the decision after pitching six innings, but he walked five and struck out three. He also gave up three runs on six hits. David Patton blew the save and took the loss. Cole Garner hit a two-run home run for his sixteenth on the season. EY Jr. stole bases seventy-six and seventy-seven last night.

Tri-City: Josh Sullivan stuck out six in five and one-third innings to pick up his first pro victory. Jeff Kindel had three hits and an RBI, while Bret Berglund hit a three-run home run. Those four runs all came in the first inning and were the only ones needed.

Casper: Four runs in the bottom of the eighth doomed Casper to a loss. Helder Velazquez hit his second home run, a two-run shot. Austin Rauch hit his first pro home run, a solot shot. Brandon Hynick had another strong start as he went six innings, struck out seven and allowed no runs on four hits. Daniel Hanna and Chris Buechner combined to give up those four runs in the eighth inning.