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Tuesday Pebble Report

Colorado Springs, L 1-2 - Cory Sullivan had two hits and the RBI, but that's pretty much it for the offense. Valerio De Los Santos allowed one run on two hits and a walk in five innings. De Los Santos struck out six. In between Juan Morillo's and Steven Register's innings of relief, Josh Towers allowed a run over his two innings of relief.

Tulsa, L 2-4 & L 3-7 in 13 innings - Tulsa scored two runs in the first inning of the first game and didn't score in the remaining eight. Tony Blanco had an RBI single and Jeff Kindel hit into an RBI ground out to put the Drillers on board. The six hits the Drillers had came in two-hit nights for Blanco, Corey Wimberly, and Matt Miller. Wimberly also stole his 39th base. Xavier Cedeno allowed three runs in 4 2/3 innings.

Game 2: Springfield's catcher Matt Pagnozzi and Tulsa's catcher Brian Esposito wound up pitching multiple innings at the end of the game. Pagnozzi recorded the victory. Esposito pitched four innings and allowed four runs on two doubles in the 13th (the second one plating three). Corey Wimberly had two more hits and stole his 40th base, and Dexter Fowler recorded a hit an walked three times. Jeff Dragicevich, Justin Nelson, and Eduardo Cornejo each had multi-hit nights.

Modesto,  L 4-6 - Jay Cox hit his sixth homer, a two-run shot in the second, and Mike McKenry had an RBI double in the sixth. Daniel Mayora had three hits, all singles, but nothing else to show for them. Anthony Jackson stole two bases to increase his total to 25. Keith Weiser allowed four runs on six hits in seven innings. Weiser allowed only one extra-base hit, an RBI triple.

Asheville, W 6-1 - Cory Riordan delivered one of his best starts of the season by going the distance for his seventh win. He allowed one run on six hits and three walks and struck out eight.

Everth Cabrera went 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored, two RBI, and three stolen bases (57). Lars Davis had two hits and an RBI, while Brian Rike drove in a run. Actually, all six runs scored in the seventh inning.

Tri-City, L 5-8 - Tri-City had a four-run third inning after Charlie Blackmon's RBI single and Josh Banda's three-run homer. Ryan Peisel drove in a run in the sixth to tie the game at five, but Boise scored three runs over the seventh and eighth innings. Juan Nicasio allowed five runs in four innings, which was followed by a scoreless inning by David Parker. Brandon Miller and Tyler trice allowed two and one runs in their appearances.

Casper, L 0-6 - Kane Simmons and Orlando Sandoval each had a double, which were two of Casper's three hits. Dan Houston allowed two runs on one hit and four walks in four innings. Kurt Yacko allowed three runs (one earned) in the eighth