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Wednesday Pebble Report: Colorado Springs' Brandon Hynick throws perfect game

Colorado Springs, W 2-0
All hail Brandon Hynick! He threw a seven-inning perfect game. Twenty one up, twenty oe down. He needed only 88 pitches to twirl the gem, sixty of them for strikes. He struck out six. Mike McCoy and and Jonathan Herrera drove in the runs.

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Modesto, L 1-13
Ethan Hollingsworth made his first start for Modesto with poor results. He allowed six runs in 6 1/3 innings and struck out five. Two of those runs scored when Carlos Luna was on the mound, who allowed seven runs himself in 1 2/3 innings. Maikol Gonzalez walked three times, and Lars Davis and Jay Cox each hit a double.

Asheville, W 4-1
Scott Robinson ripped a three-run double in the seventh inning to break the 1-1 tie. Beau Seabury collected three hits, drove in a run, and stole his second base of the season. Dan Houston allowed that lone Savannah run in the first inning and saw six base hits over his six innings pitched. He also struck out six and walked three. Adam Jorgenson struck out two on his way to his 13th save.

Tri-City, W 6-5 in 10 innings
Down 0-3 in the sixth inning, the Dust Devils scored five runs to take the lead. Kent Matthes hit a two-run homer (1) and Mike Zuanich followed that homer with one of his own (5). Austin Rauch had a two-run single to put his team ahead 5-3. Joe Sanders went 4-for-4 with two doubles and drove in the game-winning RBI in the top of the 10th.

Sheng-An Kuo was charged with three unearned runs as a result of Matt Sanders' two-out error. A double and a single scored the three runs. Charlie Ruiz blew the save in the ninth, but picked up the win. Kyle Walker struck out three and walked one in the bottom of the 10th to record his first save.

Casper, L 9-12
A night of firsts for some in Casper: David DiNatale and Jeff Squier hit their first professional home runs, solo shots each; Squier and Hines each had their first doubles; and Dominic Altobelli stole his first base. Eliezer Mesa went 4-for-6 with three RBI and had an outfield assist on an out at third base.

Jonathan Vargas surrounded six runs on five hits and four walks in four innings. Chad Rose allowed two unearned runs and struck out four. One of those runs scored when Billy Volpinek was on the mound, which resulted in a blown save in the sixth inning. Trevor Gibson gave up the other four runs.