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Tuesday Pebble Report: Huston Street Strikes Out Three, Blows Save for Sky Sox

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Colorado Springs, L 6-9
Huston Street made another rehab appearance and allowed two runs (one on a homer) to. He did record all three outs via the K, but at the same time he took a blown save. Brad Eldred hit his 15th homer, and Dexter Fowler went 0-for-5 with 3 strikeouts.

Tulsa had its game canceled due to rain. It will not be made up.

Modesto, W 12-6
Kenny Durst allowed 10 hits in his start and three of them went for solo homers. Those were the only runs Durst allowed. Rex Brothers pitched a clean ninth with a strikeout and two groundball outs.

The Nuts offense took off tonight with three players driving in multiple runs: Thomas Field (2), Tim Wheeler (4), Erik Wetzel (3). Wheeler hit a two-run homer in the eighth. Ben Paulsen had his fourth homer, a solo shot in the third. David Christensen had a good night with three hits, three runs scored, and an RBI.

Asheville, L 4-12
Well, Nicholas Schnaitmann didn't throw a perfect game, so Silverblood, Squeaky, and the other attendees were not able to split $1 million dollars. Schnaitmann allowed three runs on two homers, but it was Rhett Ballard who had a poor night. He allowed eight runs on five hits and four walks in 1 2/3 innings.

Jose Gonzalez and Joey Wong were the only two starters not to record a hit. Joe Sanders and Helder Velazquez each had two hits, but the former had one go for a double and drove in a run. Nolan Arenado hit his ninth double.