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Tuesday Pebble Report

Colorado Springs, W 9-4: Matt Miller went 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI. Cory Sullivan and Humberto Cota each hit a two-run homer, and Jonathan Herrera had a solo homer. Ryan Spilborghs had a hit, an RBI, and walked twice.

Sean Smith allowed three runs in 6 2/3 innings, walked four, and struck out seven. Juan Morillo alowed two run in 1 2/3 innings on two hits and three walks before Matt Daley recorded the last two outs.

Tulsa, L 1-14: Corey Wimberly had two hits, one went for his 16th double. Alan Johnson was blasted for 11 runs (eight earned) in 4 2/3 innings. Six of the runs scored on two three-run home runs. Tomas Santiago allowed the other three runs.

Dexter Fowler and Casey Weathers were at the last home game of the season, but they'll be activated tonight. You can see the two of them with their bronze medals and find out about some of the non-baseball Olympic-related stuff they did in this Tulsa World article.

Modesto, W 10-3: Lino Garcia started the scoring with a sac fly in the top of the 1st. Then from the fourth through seventh the Nuts scored at least two runs in each inning. In the fourth, Mike McKenry stroked his 17th homer and Nelson Robledo had an RBI single. Garcia knocked in two on a double in the fifth while Anthony Jackson plated two on a triple in the sixth. Kane Simmons second Modesto homer was a three-run shot in the seventh.

Brandon Durden allowed three runs on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings. Lancaster mananged only two more hits after Durden left the game. Chris Malone, James Burok, and David Patton threw the last 3 1/3 innings.

Asheville: Cancelled due to rain. It will not be made up.

Tri-City, L 1-8: Ryan Peisel went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Kenny Durst allowed two runs (onea earned) on four hits in six innings. He struck out six. Things got out of hand one Sean Jarrett entered the game in the eighth. He saw three runs score on a double, a fielding error, and a double. Brandon Walker pitched the ninth and allowed three unearned runs. The inning started with a fielding error by Peisel but was followed by two outs. A triple, a wild pitch, and a single scored the final three runs.

Casper, W 8-7: Eliezer Mesa's RBI single in the fifth combined with Jose Gonzalez's two-run double and Carlos Martinez's RBI double in the sixth tied the game at four. Orem took a two-run lead the next inning, but Casper stormed back. Wilin Rosario had an RBI single, Orlando Sandoval doubled in a run, Carlos Martinez sac bunted in a run, and Zack Murry had an RBI single before Jose Gonzalez was thrown out at the plate on that play for the final out of the inning.

Jeff Fischer surrounded four runs in five innings, and Ronny Lopez was charged with the other three. Adam Jorgenson picked up the win, pitching 1 2/3 innings and striking out four. Kurt Yacko picked up his 10th save.