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Sunday Pebble Report

The Springs, L 0-7: Four singles for the offense last night, coming off the bats of Q, Nix, Stewart, and JoKo. Kevin Walker had a performance in which he showed why he shouldn't be considered as a possible rotation candidate should someone currently in it falter or get injured: 5 IP, 5 R, 9 H.

Tulsa, L 2-4: Christian Colonel hit his 13th homer last night in a mostly silent night for the Drillers. Jon Asahina made his first start since the end of April (after a ball hit him on the side of his head) and allowed four runs, two earned. He lasted 3 1/3 innings before Matt Daley came in for the next 3 2/3 innings. He allowed two hits and struck out two over that span.

Modesto, W 11-1: Brandon Hynick continued his run through the Cal League by allowing one run in seven innings and striking out seven. James Burok, making his Cal League debut, pitched the ninth inning and struck out all three batters he faced. Both EY Jr. and Jeff Kindel hit a triple, with Kindel's being part of a 4-for-5 night with four RBI. Jr. drove in two, and Justin Nelson and Daniel Carte each had one.

Asheville, L 1-2: Mike Paulk had one of the two Tourists hits last night and drove in the only run for the Tourists. Keith Weiser pitched well over seven innings. He allowed both runs, but struck out five. Casey Weathers made another appearance and struck out two of three batters faced, both were of the swinging variety.

Tri-City, L 4-6: Maruis Loupadiere had two hits last night, drove in a run, walked, and stole a base. Nate Anderson, who played in 10 games for the Tourists last season, drove in two. Cory Riordan went five innings, allowed four runs, and walked three.

Casper, L 2-6, L 0-7: In the first game, David Christensen had a hit and walked twice. Bobby Paschal went four innings and allowed only one run.

The Baby Rockies offense followed that loss with twelve strikeouts and no runs scored. Warren Schaeffer was the only player not to record a strikeout. Jeff Fischer allowed all the runs (four on a grand slam), and Randall Taylor pitched a perfect seventh inning.