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Tuesday Pebble Report: Jhoulys Chacin Rebounds In 2nd Tulsa Start

Tulsa 10, Springfield 6 (10 innings)
Tulsa used two big innings to pick up the victory on Monday night. In the fifth inning, Corey Dickerson hit a two-run homer (10) and Ben Paulsen doubled in two runs to score the first four runs of the frame. Paulsen eventually made his way to third base and scored on a balk while Angelys Nina scored on the following Chris Pettit single.

But the game went into extra innings, tied at six. In the top of the 10th, the Drillers loaded the bases and Jimmy Cesario unloaded them on a triple. Nolan Arenado, who went 4-for-4 with two doubles, singled in Cesario in the next at-bat.

Jhoulys Chacin made his second rehab start for Tulsa, allowing just two runs on four hits. He struck out five and walked none.

Colorado Springs 10, Omaha 7
A five-run eighth inning by the Sky Sox broke a 5-5 tie. Brandon Wood and Tim Wheeler accounted for three RBI on doubles, the latter with two of them. Andrew Brown hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning, his second since moving back down to the minors.

Guillermo Moscoso allowed five runs in 5.1 innings on eight hits and three walks. However, he wasn't on the mound when Omaha tied at 5-5 the game in the sixth inning. After walking Mitch Maier to start that inning, Moscoso got a strike out on a foul bunt and left the game. Zach Putnam entered, gave up a couple of singles, and saw Andrew Brown commit a fielding error on the single that scored the game-tying run.

Asheville 3, Savannah 2
After playing to a 2-2 tie into the bottom of the ninth inning, center fielder Brian Humphries came through with a sacrifice fly to plate Jared Simon and win the game for the Tourists. Taylor Featherston drove in the other two runs on a sixth-inning two-run home run. Samuel Mende scored on that homer and had two doubles in the game.

Daniel Winkler surrendered two runs on six hits and struck out five in seven innings. He put up an 8-4 GO-FO. Geoff Parker held Savannah to one run in two innings, striking out four during his time on the mound.

Vancouver 5, Tri-City 1
One of the Dust Devils' five hits was a triple by shortstop Rosell Herrera, but he came around to score in the fourth -- on a Derek Jones single -- after starting the inning with a single.

Dust Devils pitching allowed just four hits, but Roberto Padilla saw three runs score in the second inning on a couple of errors (fielding by Herrera, throwing by Miguel De Leon) and a triple. His night was over after 1.2 innings. Matt Flemer allowed a two-run homer to Kellen Sweeney in the fourth inning.

Grand Junction 6, Orem 5
All nine batters for Grand Junction had at least one hit, though third baseman Steven Graeter was the only one to have a multi-hit night. He went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI. First baseman Ben Waldrip drove in two runs on a home run (9) in the fifth inning.

Ryan Warner allowed four runs in three innings, giving up a solo shot in the process. He struck out two and walked one. Alving Mejias relieved Warner and allowed a run over 3.2 innings, striking out three and posting a 7-1 GO-FO.

DSL Rockies 6, DSL Orioles 4 (13 innings)
Designated hitter Luis Jean doubled in a run and shortstop Emerson Jimenez singled in a run during back-to-back at-bats in the top of the 13th to put the Rockies on the way to victory. Manuel Montilla allowed a single in the bottom of the frame, but it was of no worry. A Kelvin Mena fly out followed, ending the game.

Lefty Helmis Rodriguez allowed three runs in seven innings and struck out two. Carlos Yan held the Orioles to one run in 4.1 innings.