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Tuesday Pebble Report

Colorado Springs, W 7-4: Ian Stewart returned to the lineup last night and had a two-run triple and an RBI single to highlight the night. Joe Koshansky, Edwin Bellorin, and Clint Barmes all drove in a run. Kevin Walker struck out five in five innings and allowed three runs to pick up the win. Josh Newman struck out two in two innings and allowed one hit.

Tulsa: All-Star break. The Tulsa World has a recap of the first half of the season for the Drillers.

Modesto, L 2-9: Justin Nelson and Neil Wilson each had two doubles, but that was it for the offense. Neither drove in any of the runs as Nelson Robledo had a sac fly and Travis Becktel had an RBI single in the second inning. Xavier Cedeno went four innings and allowed four runs on seven hits. The Mod Bee will tell you about the relief performances.

Asheville, W 13-1: The Asheville offense exploded last night, capped off with homers by Paulk (two-run), Jhyasson Agustin (three-run), and Gomez (solo). Paulk and Agustin each had an additional RBI aside from the homers. Victor Ferrante was the only starter to not record a hit, but he did walk and score twice.

Simon Ferrer had his finest start of the season with a complete game victory. He struck out seven and allowed one run on five hits.

Tri-City, L 3-6: Everth Cabrera had two more hits and drove in a run, while Logan Wiens drove in the other two runs on a single in the eighth. The Tri-City Herald can tell you more about Robinson Fabian's 3 2/3 innings pitched and four earned runs.

Casper, L 6-7 in 10: Shane Lowe committed an error in back-to-back-to-back innings to start the game. Wilin Rosario drove in a run, but had his fifth passed ball. Scott Robinson had three hits, though no runs driven in. Juan Nicasio repeated part of his first outing last night, just not the correct one. He allowed five earned on nine hits over five innings. He walked and struck out none, but had a 10-5 GO-FO.