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Saturday Pebble Report: Sky Sox Knock Around Former Rockie Jason Jennings, But Still Lose

Colorado Springs, L 8-12
Jason Jennings faced the Sky Sox last night and gave up six runs in five innings. His Sky Sox counterpart fared somewhat better, having allowed five runs in six innings. Matt Daley allowed two runs and picked up a blown save. 1B Mike Paulk went 3-for-5 with a homer and four RBI. Brad Eldred, playing third, fell a single short of the cycle. DH Cole Garner hit his 31st double of the season.

Tulsa, W 4-2
A Bronso Sardinha two-run triple and a Jeff Kindel sac fly in the eighth inning put the Drillers on the part to victory. Charlie Blacmon fell a double short of the cycle, putting his fourth triple and 11th homer on the board. Lefty Brandon Durden allowed two runs in six inning. Rex Brothers struck out three in the seventh inning.

Modesto, W 4-0
3B Joe Sanders hit a solo homer in the second inning, and Ben Paulsen and Jimmy Cesario followed with RBI in the next inning. Paulsen did it on a two-run double and Cesario on an RBI ground out. Juan Nicasio struck out 11 in seven innings and struck out five. Casey Weathers walked two in the ninth inning but saw no harm from them.

Asheville, L 4-5 (12 innings)
Eliezer Mesa and Avery Barnes each had three hits, while Tyler Massey had a triple and drove in a run. Jonathan Vargas allowed two runs in 4 2/3 innings and struck out eight. Paul Bargas and Sheng-An Kuo were credited with a blown save each.

Tri-City, W 4-2
Mark Tracy went 2-for-4 with a run scored, a triple, and three RBI. Josh Hungerman starred on the mound last night by throwing eight innings of two-hit ball and striking out 10.

Casper, L 6-8
Tyler Gagnon pitched three innings and allowed seven runs (three earned) before the bullpen took over. SS Jeffrey Squier hit his fourth homer of the season; Corey Dickerson hit a triple and scored twice; and Rafael Ortega collected two hits and two runs. Will Swanner went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts.