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Tuesday Pebble Report

Colorado Springs, L 2-5: Ten hits for the Sky Sox, but only two runs to show for it. Omar Quintanilla and Jayson Nix each had two hits. Marc Kaiser started the last game of the season and allowed four runs in six innings.

Tulsa, W 2-1 in 10 innings: Christian Colonel's homer in the ninth inning moved the game into extra innings, allowing Chris Frey's sac fly in the bottom of the 10th to give Tulsa the win. Darren Clarke, Matt Daley, and Judd Songster held Wichita to one hit through the first six innings.

Modesto, L 4-5: Justin Nelson (13) and EY Jr. (8) each had a homer, but things didn't go that well for Xavier Cedeno. He failed to make it out of the first after walking four and allowing four runs. Andrew Johnston then came in for 3 1/3 innings of scoreless baseball, which I believe is his longest relief appearance of the season.

Asheville, L 4-6: Jay Cox had three hits, drove in a run, and stole third base for his 14th swipe of the season. Matt Repec stole three to wind up with eight this season. Aneury Rodriguez lasted five innings after giving up four runs. He struck out seven. Simon Ferrer finished the game, walked four, and had two wild pitches. He also took the loss after allowing two runs.

Tri-City, L 3-5: Philip Cuadrado hit a homer, his fourth, in the top of the ninth. It was a night of firsts for Brian Rike and Jordan Pacheco. Rike had his first triple and Pacheco had his first extra base hit for Tri-City. Bruce Billings struck out six in six innings and allowed two runs. Matthew Reynolds allowed the other three runs on two homers.

Casper, L 2-5: After Zack Murry's first homer of the season, a two-run shot in the first inning, the bats were mainly silent. Leonardo Reyes had three of the team's five hits. Jhoulys Chacin went five innings, allowed three unearned runs, and struck out three. Ogden's starter, Wilfredo Diaz, struck out 10 Rockies.