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Colorado Rockies Prospects: Rock Cats extend winning streak to 10, Brothers loses for Isotopes

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David Dahl had a pair of hits as New Britain won its 10th straight game.

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Triple-A: Sacramento River Cats 5, Albuquerque Isotopes 4
Ryan Casteel (No. 16 PuRP) went 3-for-4, but the Albuquerque bullpen blew a lead in a 5-4 loss. Jose Rivera's two-run double in the top of the sixth was followed by a two-run home run for Angelys Nina that gave Albuquerque all of its runs and a 4-1 lead at the time. However, the game was 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth when Rex Brothers walked leadoff man Ehire Adrianza before giving up a walk-off double to Sacramento left fielder Juan Perez.

Double-A: New Britain Rock Cats 5, New Hampshire Fisher Cats 4
David Dahl (No. 2 PuRP) was the lone Rock Cats player with a multi-hit game, but they found enough offense for their 10th straight win, a 5-4 triumph in New Hampshire. Trevor Story (No. 8 PuRP) had an RBI double as part  of a four-run second inning as New Britain took a 4-0 lead. Story also grabbed another RBI in the fourth, drawing a bases-loaded walk. Austin House stranded the tying and winning runs on base for New Hampshire as he closed out the ninth.

A: Lakewood BlueClaws 8, Asheville Tourists 2
The Asheville defense let down starting pitcher Ryan Castellani (No. 19 PuRP), who failed to make it out of the third inning of the Tourists' 8-2 loss to Lakewood. Castellani pitched just 2⅔ innings, allowing five hits and four runs, none of them earned. Forrest Wall (No. 9 PuRP) had the lone extra-base hit for Asheville, a triple.

Tuesday Probables:

Triple A: David Hale

Double-A: TBD

High-A: Antonio Senzatela (No. 14 PuRP)

A: Carlos Polanco