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Sunday (yes, Sunday) Pebble Report: Sky Sox and Nuts have big days at the plate

These are Saturday's results...yes, I know I'm a little late. Look at it on the plus side, though - you get two Pebble Reports for the price of one today!

Colorado Springs: W 10-0 (10-6)
Jhoulys Chacin continued to shut down the opposition, this time doing so despite walking too many batters. He went 5.1 innings and allowed just three hits and struck out five, but allowed four free passes. The bullpen did not walk anybody, as the trio of Andrew Johnston, Matt Reynolds, and Juan Rincon kept Reno off the board. Offensively, the Sky Sox were paced by Eric Young Jr., who had three hits in his last game before being called up to the big club. Matt Miller, Travis Metcalf, and Jonathan Herrera each contributed two hits as well.

Tulsa: L 11-4 (5-10)
Keith Weiser got hit around pretty good in five innings of work, and Andrew Graham didn't fare much better in relief. Weiser allowed six runs (five earned) on nine hits, then Graham was unable to stop the bleeding, giving up four runs (and four walks) in an inning and a third. His ERA is now 12.27. On the bright side, Stuart Pomeranz got five outs and four of them were via strikeout. Scott Beerer and Radames Nazario each had two hits to lead the Drillers' offense.

Modesto: W 10-9 (9-5)
James Cesario and Scott Robinson each had three hits, while Ben Paulsen and Jordan Pacheco (who had also had four RBIs) contributed two apiece as the Nuts slugged their way to a victory over Stockton. Nothing real magnificent happened on the pitching side (as you would expect when a team allows nine runs), but of note: Rex Brothers pitched a scoreless/hitless seventh inning, tallying up a strikeout in the process.

Asheville - Postponed