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Wednesday Pebble Report: It Wasn't A Pretty Night Down On The Farm

Colorado Springs, L 1-7
Eric Young Jr. had two singles, Edgmer Escalona pitched an inning and struck out one, and Matt Reynolds struck out two in the eighth inning.

Tulsa, W 7-6
Rex Brothers recorded one out, allowed three runs to score (one being an inherited run), walked three, gave up two hits, and one of those hits was a three-run homer. Brandon Durden started and allowed four runs in 7 1/3 innings.

Jason Van Kooten hit his 13th homer last night, and Charlie Blackmon hit his seventh. Warren Schaeffer had two doubles and an RBI. Wilin Rosario drove in the tying run in the bottom of the ninth, and Bronson Sardinha drew a bases-loaded walk for the walkoff win.

Modesto, L 3-10
Juan Nicasio stayed in the game for seven innings, surrendering 10 runs over innings two through five. He gave up two homers, a three-run shot and a two-runner. Ben Paulsen hit his eighth homer, and Jordan Pacheco hit his 24th double of the season.

Asheville, L 2-12
Nolan Arenado hit his fifth homer of the season, and Jonathan Vargas and Dan Perkins both allowed six runs. Vargas allowed three two-run home runs.

Tri-City and the NWL had the night off.

Casper, L 0-9 (5 innings, completed early)
Alejandro Barraza allowed seven runs in the fourth inning and left with one out in the inning.

DSL Rockies, W 4-2
The Rockies mounted a comeback in the top of the ninth yesterday as DSL Orioles Juan Guzman and Victor Alba couldn't shut the the opposing offense down. The DSL Rockies did it on a bunch of singles and sac bunts.