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Tuesday Pebble Report: Modesto Nuts Go To the Postseason

Colorado Springs, W 7-3
Chaz Roe allowed two of three runs on a two-run homer in the sixth inning. He struck out seven in six innings of work. Jonnathan Aristil made his Triple-A debut and pitched to scoreless and hitless innings. On offense, Matt Miller went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI. Travis Metcalf and Mike Pailk each drove in two runs.

Tulsa, L 0-9
Greg Reynolds didn't quite have an outing similar to his previous ones in August. He allowed six runs on eight hits in five innings. He struck out one. Sean Jarrett and Craig Baker each pitched a scoreless innings. Baker walked one and struck out three.

Modesto, W 11-4
It took six straight wins and a bit of luck, but the Modesto Nuts are going to the playoffs for the fourth straight year. Jimmy Cesario went 3-for-5 with a double and five RBI; Dustin Garneau added three RBI, two on a homer. Ethan Hollingsworth allowed four runs (one earned) and struck out 10 in seven innings.

The Nuts will play the Stockton Ports on Wednesday. Rob Scahill is the expected started for Modesto.

Asheville, L 1-2
Anthony Aguilera hit a homer in the eighth inning to keep this one from being a shutout. Juan Gonzalez allowed a run in the second and third innings to give Savannah a 2-0 lead. He left after six innings when Chad Rose relieved him. Rose struck out two and allowed no base runners.

Casper, W 8-4
Alving Mejias was outstanding for seven innings, holding Idaho Falls scoreless on six hits. He struck out out. Trevor Gibson surrendered four runs over the last two innings of the game. Corey Dickerson and Jeffrey Squier each hit a two-run homer in the game, the former driving in three runs total. Rafael Ortega went 2-for-4 with a run scored, a walk, and his 22nd stolen base.