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Tuesday Pebble Report: Rockies affiliates held scoreless

The Rockies' minor league teams were shutout on Monday, with the catch being that only two of them played.

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Short-Season A Tri-City: L 2-0 (7-11 2nd half, 4th, 1 GB)

Konner Wade fell to 0-7 on the season despite what was probably his best outing as a pro. Wade lasted a season-high six innings and allowed two runs -- one earned -- on two hits. He struck out three and did not walk a batter. Unfortunately, the Dust Devils went 0-for-7 at the plate with runners in scoring position.

Outfielder Michael Tauchman went 3-for-4 with a double to raise his average to .308. The 22-year-old 10th-round draft pick out of Bradley University (which also produced Rob Scahill) hasn't shown a whole lot of power, but does boast an impressive .395 on-base percentage in his first professional season.

Rookie DSL Rockies: L 6-0 (28-32, 6th, 17.5 GB)

Joel Diaz had two of the Rockies' eight singles, but that's all the offense was able to manage against the Angels' DSL affiliate.

Starting pitcher Carlos Polanco allowed three runs -- two earned -- on two hits and four walks in four innings of work. He struck out three.

Triple-A Colorado Springs: Postponed

Sky Sox reliever Cory Riordan had this to say/show regarding the condition of the field on Monday: