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Tuesday Pebble Report: Tyler Matzek Wins Third Game Of Season

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Colorado Springs, L 1-6
Cole Garner led the offense with three hits, one going for a triple (7). Chris Nelson had two hits, and Eric Young Jr. drove in the only Sky Sox run on a sac fly. Garner and Nelson were both picked off first base. Franklin Morales threw an inning, allowed a hit, and struck out two.

Tulsa, L 2-9
Greg Reynolds got tagged for seven runs in six innings, four of the seven coming on two homers. Jonnathan Aristil threw a clean ninth inning. Nothing too interesting from the offense last night. Lars Davis had two hits and an RBI, while Mike Mitchell hit a triple.

Modesto and the Cal League had the night off.

Asheville, W 8-6
Tyler Matzek picked up his third win of the season, allowing two runs in five innings. He walked five and struck out seven. Coty Woods allowed three runs, and Sheng-An Kuo allowed an inherited runner from Woods to score as well as one of his own. Kuo walked three.

Dallas Tarleton had three hits and drove in three runs; Delta Cleary Jr. went 3-for-6 with a double, a run scored, and an RBI; Orlando Sandoval hit a solo homer; Angelys Nina hit his second triple of the season; and Helder Velazquez had two hits and three runs scored.

Tri-City, L 1-5
Josh Hungerman struck out eight and allowed a run in four innings. Ricky Testa, unfortunately, couldn't provide effective relief after Brad McAtee's two shutout innings. Testa allowed four runs over the seventh and eighth innings. Bryce Massanari collected two hits and scored the Dust Devils' only run.

Casper, L 6-7
Christian Bergman gave up seven runs, three earned, on nine hits in 3 1/3 innings. Two errors, one by Bergman, contributed to a five-run fourth inning. Kenneth Roberts, Ricardo Ferrer, and Bruce Kern held Billings to one hit over the last four innings.

Corey Dickerson and David Kandilas each had two hits and a triple, the former driving in one and the latter two.