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Colorado Rockies prospects: Offense abounds in Monday's minor league action

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There were a total of 54 runs scored in three games involving Rockies affiliates on Monday.

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Triple-A - Sacramento River Cats 12, Albuquerque Isotopes 5

River Cats Beat Topes 12-5 On Gusty Night | Albuquerque Isotopes News
Left fielder Kyle Parker picked up a single in the fourth inning to extend his hitting streak to seven games and finished Monday 1-for-4 with a run scored. During his streak, Parker is 10-for-28 with two doubles, two homers, and three RBI.

Right fielder Ben Paulsen was the only Albuquerque position player without a hit, but it was not enough as Sacramento roughed up Isotopes pitching to the tune of 12 runs, including three against the rehabbing Brooks Brown in ⅔ of an inning.

High-A - Stockton Ports 11, Modesto Nuts 6

Early Offense Not Enough in 11-6 Loss | Modesto Nuts News
Dillon Thomas (4) crushed a three-run shot in the second inning to give the Nuts (20-18) an early lead. Konner Wade (L, 2-3) started for Modesto and retired the first six batters he faced to give the Nuts a great start.

Designated hitter Jordan Patterson (No. 27 PuRP) went 3-for-4, but both Raimel Tapia (No. 5 PuRP) and Ryan McMahon (No. 7 PuRP) went hitless as the Nuts dropped an 11-6 decision in Stockton.

Low-A - Asheville Tourists 13, Kannapolis Intimidators 10

Offense Explodes Against Intimidators | Asheville Tourists News
Omar Carrizales, Wes Rogers, and Sean Dwyer all had three hit games for the Tourists while Carrizales and Drew Weeks both stole three bases.

Second baseman Forrest Wall (No. 9 PuRP) was 2-for-3 with a pair of runs driven in as the Tourists ran wild, stealing eight bases as a team and producing five extra-base hits in a 13-10 win over Kannapolis.

Tuesday Probables:

Albuquerque (Triple-A): Chris Rusin

New Britain (Double-A): Devin Burke

Modesto (High-A): Johendi Jiminian (No. 29 PuRP)

Asheville (Low-A): Sam Howard