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Colorado Springs, L 0-2 - Christian Colonel, Edwin Bellorin, and Jeff Dragicevich each had two hits, and Cory Sullivan had a double for the lone extra-base hit for the Sky Sox. Valerio De Los Santos allowed one run on two hits over six innings and struck out seven.

Tulsa, W 12-3 - In his rehab start, Jeff Francis allowed one hit in 3 2/3 innings and struck out two. Jarrett Grube finished he fourth inning before Ching-Lung Lo went the final five innings.

Tulsa hitters combined for 15 hits, only three of them for extra bases. Matt Miller and Tony Blanco each had a double in their 3-for-4 and 3-for-5 nights. Both drove in two runs. Daniel Carte drove in two, Brian Esposito had a triple and an RBI, and EY Jr., Dexter Fowler, Jeff Kindel, Corey Wimberly, and Justin Nelson each drove in a run. Young stole his 30th base and Wimberly his 45th.

Modesto, W 4-3 - Matt Repec's homer in the eighth tied the game at three and Mike McKenry's hit into an RBI groundout in the ninth to give Modesto the lead. Mike Paulk had a two-run single in the second. Anthony Jackson had two hits and stole his 29th base.

Brandon Durden and Chris Malone each went four innings, the former allowing two runs. Andrew Johnston pitched in the ninth for his 22nd save.

Asheville, L 5-6 in 10 innings - Everth Cabrera and Mike Mitchell each drove in two runs. In the bottom of the ninth, Cabrera and Mitchell had back-to-back RBI singles to tie the game at five. Bo Bowman received a promotion from Tri-City to Asheville and went 2-for-5 in his debut.

Robinson Fabian struck out nine in six innings, but also allowed four runs. Matthew Reynolds took the loss after allowing the winning run on a single. He started the inning by retiring the first two batters. The third batter hit a double and advanced to third on a throwing error by Rike.

Tri-City, L 2-3 - Parker Frazier allowed an unearned run on four hits in six innings and struck out two. Carlos Luna allowed two runs in the bottom of the eighth to blow the save and lose the game.

Chad Lembeck tripled in Patrick Rose in the second inning and Charlie Blackmon scored on a throwing error in the following error. Blackmon singled and then stole second before moving to third on that play.

Casper, L 0-5 - Kane Simmons and Zack Murry each ahd two hits in this quiet contest for Casper. Jeff Fischer went six innings, allowed two runs, and struck out six. Ronny Lopez allowed another two and Kurt Yacko saw the other run score. Isaiah Froneberger struck out two in his scoreless inning of work.