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Colorado Springs, L 7-13:  In the fourth inning, Ryan Spilborghs (4) and Edwin Bellorin each had a homer and Sean Barker followed with his fourth of season in the fifth. Jayson Nix has also had at least a hit in each of the last three games the Sky Sox have played and he stole his fifth base of the season. Mike Esposito made his second appearance of the season and was knocked around for four runs in 2 2/3 IP. Tom Martin pitched one inning and allowed one run, while Denny Bautista put up a 1 in the innings category and zeros in all the other ones.

Tulsa, W 4-2: Joe Gaetti had three doubles last night in the victory and contributed with the first run of the night in the fourth inning. Aaron Rifkin and Tomas Duenas brought in the other RBI in the 8th inning. Duenas also had two errors, one on a pickoff. Franklin Morales went six innings, allowed two runs one two hits and struck out six. He's averaging slightly over 8 K/9 so far this season. Juan Morillo walked tow in his one inning of work and Steven Register struck out two on the way to his sixth save of the season.

Modesto, W 7-5:  Philip Cuadrado drove in three runs, two of them coming in the eight to give the Nuts the win. Daniel Carte also had two RBI, one on a ground out and the other on a sac fly. Nuts batters walked five times on Edinson Volquez, while only striking out four times. Eric Young stole his ninth base. Chaz Roe allowed only one hit in six innings and allowed 3/1 R/ER. On the downside, he only struck out three and walked four. Pedro Strop stuck out one in 2/3 IP.

Asheville, W 6-2: Keith Weiser enhanced his record to 3-0 last night after pitching six solid innings. The two runs he gave up were solo shots, one in the second and the other in the fourth. He scattered four hits and struck out six. Victor Ferrante and Geoff Strickland accounted for the three RBI in the 3rd inning. Ferrante drove in Logan Wiens who tripled to start the inning off and Strickland hit his first homer immediately after. Ferrante had three RBI total after he singled in Paulk and Mayora in the 4th. Hector Gomez followed in the 5th inning with his second homer of the season when he led the frame off. Anthony Jackson (8) and Daniel Mayora (6) each stole a base.

Update [2007-4-24 13:50:52 by Russ]: Jack Etkin has a piece on Simon Ferrer.