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Monday Pebble Report:

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Okay, I'll try to do this now after all, but it will be very brief.

Colorado Springs: Joe Koshansky hit his nineteenth homerun, but the Sky Sox still lost twelve to three.

Tulsa: An eight run fifth inning fueled Tulsa's nine to two victory. Jorge DePaula had been moved down to Tulsa in recent roster shuffling to make sure all the affiliates had starters, and he won for the Drillers.

Modesto: Another explosive performance from the top of Modesto's lineup led to ten runs for the Nuts. The top four hitters of Eric Young, Chris Nelson, Justin Nelson and Jeff Kindel combined to go eight for nineteen with seven RBI and five runs scored. Add in a two for three performance from Travis Becktel at the bottom of the order, and the Nuts rolled.

Asheville: The Tourists were down seven to two in the sixth inning, but came back with nine runs in the last four framse to pull out an eleven to seven win. Daniel Mayora went four for five with a homerun and the Mikes Paulk and McKenry each hit a pair of doubles in the win.

Tri-City: Brian Rike hit his second homerun of the season and the Dust Devils banged out eleven hits and eight runs, but still lost, nine to eight. Helder Velazquez had three of the hits and two of the runs for Tri-City.

Casper: Jhoulys Chacin had a great start, going into the eighth inning with only one run on seven hits and a walk allowed (plus seven K's) but Randall Taylor had a rare blown save and the opposing pitcher was even better against the Casper offense, as the Rockies lost two to one.