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Tuesday Pebble Report

With apologies to Matt Repec and Yull Silano, I have to say Monday wasn't the most interesting of nights to prospect watch in the Rockies system.

Colorado Springs: Denny Bautista's second start for the Sky Sox wasn't quite as pretty as his first, but outside of the two badly timed homeruns he surrendered, it wasn't as bad a as his box score line makes it look. Bautista lasted into the seventh giving up seven runs on nine hits and three walks, he also struck out seven. The Sky Sox lost seven to three, as theoffense couldn't muster much of a challenge. Jeff Baker went two for four with a double.

Tulsa: The Drillers were two hit in a masterful performance by Corpus Christi's Chance Douglass.

Modesto: No game scheduled.

Asheville: None here, either.

Tri-City: Repec went four for four, Bret Berglund went three for four and the Dust Devils scored six times in the last two innings to rally for a nine to four victory.

Casper: Yull Silano bounced back from a rough outing his last turn through the rotation with a nifty five inning, three hit, two run performance with five K's last night. He earned the victory after getting some support from a fairly balanced offensive attack that produced nine runs. Maruis Loupadiere, Jhaysson Agustin and Helder Velazquez each had a pair of hits, Kevin Clark and Radames Nazario both scored a pair, and David Christensen knocked two in.