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Monday Pebble Report:

Colorado Springs: The Sky Sox were shut out by Omaha's Ben Hendrickson, nine to nothing. Only four hits were managed by the offense. Two of them came form Doug Bernier, and he also walked twice. Ian Stewart hit the Springs' lone extra base hit, a double, as he went one for four.

Tulsa: Franklin Morales won with a complete game six hitter. The one run allowed was unearned, although it came as a result of his own miscue. He finished with two K's, one walk, one balk and one throwing error. Cody Fuller hit the only extra base hits off of him with two doubles. On offense, Jordan Czarniecki and Matt Macri each hit their tenth homerun of the season to lead the offense, and Jonathan Herrera had two hits and two stolen bases.

Modesto: Chris Nelson, Jose Valdez and Jeff Kindel all homered for the Nuts, and Eric Young had four hits, including two triples to lead Modesto to an eleven to six victory. Nelson had two stolen bases and Young stole his 56th of the season in the game. Alan Johnson pitched well, going six innings, with only five hits, a walk and an HBP allowed. He also struck out five.

Asheville: No games were played in the South Atlantic League yesterday.

Tri-City: Cory Riordan shut down Yakima, allowing just four hits and an HBP over six innings to pick up his first minor league victory. Riordan also struck out four as the Dust Devils won three to one. Brian Rike had two hits and scored to help lead to offense in the low scoring game.

Casper: Robert Paschal walked six, hit one batter, threw three wild pitches and couldn't get out of the fourth inning in Casper's twelve to five loss. Jordan Pacheco had two hits and scored twice for the offense.