Colorado Springs: Jayson Nix, Clint Barmes, and Omar Quintanilla seem to be playing this season as if it's an open audition for an MLB job next year, which certainly beats how they each played the last season and a half or so. Nix collected three hits including a double in the DH slot, while Quintanilla homered playing second. Barmes had an ofer, but he's had his hot moments this year already. Seth Smith and Joe Koshansky each added two more hits to their piles, and Joe Gaetti addechipped in his second AAA homerun in the Sky Sox' six to five victory over the Bees.
Tulsa: The Drillers game with San Antonio was canceled due to inclement weather.
Modesto: Chaz Roe had another rough start, giving up six runs to San Jose in just three innings. The Giants would get more later, but six was all they needed in a twelve to five victory. Eric Young had two doubles and Chris Nelson two hits and two runs to highlight the Nuts' offensive output.
Asheville: Esmil Rogers had probably his worst start of the season in an eight to two loss. He gave up ten hits and seven runs and couldn't make it through the fifth at West Virginia. Anthony Jackson was the lone Tourist to get more than one hit.
Tri-City: Everth Cabrera continues to be multi-talented in his ability to get on base, the three hits he added last night give him twenty of those on the season, and add in his fifteen walks and the thirty-five times he's reached base safely would rank second in the NWL. Add in his speed, and he's making it clear this year why the Rockies are excited about his lead-off capabilities. Helder Velezquez and Maruis Loupadiere also had three hits apiece, althought thus far they've been much more one dimensional at the plate. The Dust Devils wound up losing to Salem Kaizer eleven to seven yesterday.
Casper: Casper continues to be overmatched more times than not, they lost thirteen to three yesterday in another blowout loss. Two late signs from the 2006 draft, Shane Lowe and Zack Murry, continue to put up impressive numbers, though. Both had multi-hit games yesterday.