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Sunday Pebble Report - Hawaiian Winter League Players Named

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Check out OhNo's Off-season Breakdown (promoted from the diary) right below this post.

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Fowler, EY Jr., Wimberly, Nelson and Garner will all be heading to Hawaii to play some winter ball.

The DP writes about Iannetta's rise to the Majors. Clint Hurdle also makes a comment you want to hear, and also not want to hear:

We know we're challenged the rest of the season, but we're naive enough to think we're not out of it," Hurdle said. "That's why we are making the move now."

Maybe he should just say they're naive.
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Colorado Springs: Sunny Kim went six inning for the Springs as Salt Lake won 6-5. Omar Quintanilla drove in two runs and Vinny Castilla his fourth since joining the team.

Tulsa: A run in the top of the ninth by Alvin Colina gave the Drillers the 4-3 victory. Seth Smith wrapped in his 44th double. Steven Register went seven innings, allowed three runs on four hits, walked two and struck out three. Jim Miller recorded his twelfth save.

Modesto: Modesto scored one run in the sixth, two in the seventh and three in the eighth in the 6-1 victory. Greg Reynolds was the pitcher of record  and now has his second victory. He allowed five runs, walked one and struck out one. Doc Brooks and Kyle Wilson hits homers, while Justin Nelson wrapped two doubles.

Asheville: Brandon Durden recorded his 10th win after pitching five innings. He allowedtwo runs on nine hits and struck out four. Simon Ferrer made his Asheville debut and struck out two in two innings. Kyle Blumenthal hit two home runs and drove in three runs. Daniel Carte also knocked in three runs. Folwer (27), Nelson (37) and Garner (36) each recorded doubles.

Tri-City: Will Harris blew the save in the ninth inning as Spokane won 4-3. Keith Weiser struck out nine in six innings and Hector Gomez picked up a hit and an RBI.

Casper: Casper was pounded in the 11-0 defeat and held to three hits. Yull Silano struck out five in four and two-thirds innings, but also gave up six runs.