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Tuesday Pebble Report: Delta Cleary Gets 1st Hit Off Of Dylan Bundy In Asheville Loss

Delmarva 4, Asheville 1
The Tourists faced Dylan Bundy, wonder of the minor leagues so far this season, on Monday night. Bundy entered the game without allowing a base hit all season, but Delta Cleary ended all that with a leadoff single in the first inning. Cleary also worked a walk against Bundy in the fourth, but that was all the Tourists were able to do against the 19 year old (who struck out four in four innings).

Daniel Winkler opposed Bundy and allowed three runs on three hits and four walks in 5⅓ innings. He struck out five. Russell Brewer, though, relieved Winkler with the bases loaded and allowed two runs to score on a single. Brewer went on to allow one run of his own while striking out four in 1⅔ innings.

Asheville scored its only run of the game in the sixth inning. Will Swanner led off the inning with a double and scored on Jared Simon's double during the next at-bat.

Colorado Spring 5, Sacramento 2
The Sky Sox started out with a lively first inning. With D.J LeMahieu on second base after a walk and Charlie Blackmon's single, Jordan Pacheco unloaded for a three-run blast, his third homer of the season. The team went on to score the two other runs on a sacrifice fly and a fielding error while a runner was on second base.

Rob Scahill started the game and allowed two runs in six innings of work. He struck out six while walking four. Josh Outman made an appearance for one innings, allowed no runs and no hits, and struck out one.

Tulsa 3, Springfield 2
The Tulsa Drillers entered the bottom of the ninth down 2-0 to the Springfield Cardinals. Jorge Rondon came in to close out the game, starting off well enough with a Michael Mitchell swinging strikeout. He followed that with a Kiel Roling walk and a Kent Matthes hit-by-pitch before walking off the mound as a result of Mike Zuanich's walk-off three-run home run.

Lars Davis went 3-for-3 for the only other Drillers hits.

Parker Frazier allowed one run on five hits and two walks over five innings. He didn't strike out any batters, but 50 of his 79 pitches went for strikes.