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Saturday Pebble Report: Jhoulys Chacin does that thing . . . again

Colorado Springs, L 2-7
Esmil Rogers is still adjusting to Triple A, allowing four runs on seven hits and four walks in five innings. That's pretty much it from this game.

Tulsa, W 9-0
Michael McKenry and Cole Garner each hit their ninth home run of the season, and Jeff Kindel his fifth. None of the three came in five-run seventh inning. In that inning, Kindel and Daniel Mayora had back-to-back RBI singles; Mike Paulk hit a two-run triple and then scored on a throwing error. McKenry then was thrown out at home on a Cole Garner single to left field.

Jhoulys Chacin twirled eight great innings, allowing no runs on three hits and three walks. He struck out six and had a GO-FO of 11-7.

Modesto, L 7-17
No Modesto pitcher came out of this game clean. Starter Kenny Durst allowed seven runs (three on a homer) in three innings. Ching-Lung Lo allowed only two in three innings, but Chris Malone allowed four in the seventh and Randall Taylor allowed as many in the eighth.

Scott Beerer went 2-for-4 with three runs scored, his first two homers for Modesto, and two RBI.

Asheville, W 2-1
Jimmy Cesario's homer in the seventh tied the game, and a throwing error and a wild pitch allowed Scott Robinson to score the go-ahead and winning runs. Jonnathan Aristil allowed a run in six innings before Kurt Yacko pitched two scoreless innings and Adam Jorgenson closed things out for his 19th save.

Tri-City, L 8-12
Matt Baugh didn't have his best stuff last night, allowing nine runs on eight hits (one a three-run homer) in two inning. After Baugh left the game, three relievers each pitched two innings to finish the game.

Bo Bowman (4) and Kevin Clark (2) each hit a two-run homer as part of their six total RBI. Tim Wheeler went 3-for-3 with three runs scored, an RBI, two walks, and his fourth stolen base. Joey Wong swiped his third base of the season to go along with his single and run scored.

Casper, W 8-5
Chris Balcom-Miller turned in a good start, lasting five innings, allowing two runs on three hits (one a solo homer), and striking out seven. Alejandro Barraza allowed a run over two innings but picked up a hold, along with Tyler Gagnon. Coty Woods recorded his first save.

Chad Jacobsen went 3-for-5 with a triple and three RBI. David DiNatale also hit a triple and a drove in a run. David Kandilas went 0-for-3 but drove in his second run.

The Casper Star-Tribune has a piece on Nathan Hines.