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Colorado Rockies prospects: Raimel Tapia homers in Nuts win

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It was a good day all around for pitchers in the Rockies' farm system.

Charlie Drysdale

Triple-A - Albuquerque Isotopes at New Orleans Zephyrs (PPD, rain)
Albuquerque and New Orleans were rained out yesterday and will play a doubleheader today.

Double-A - Harrisburg Senators 3, New Britain Rock Cats 2

The Rock Cats could not produce enough offense to make a strong start from pitcher Matt Flemer stand up in a 3-2 loss to Harrisburg. Flemer allowed just one unearned run on five hits in his six innings of work, and drove in a run of his own in the fifth to tie the game at 1-1. Tommy Murphy's (No. 12 PuRP) RBI double in the sixth gave the Rock Cats the lead, but Harrisburg scored two in the seventh to secure the win,

High-A - Modesto Nuts 2, Visalia Rawhide 0

Musgrave Whips Rawhide in 2-0 Win | Modesto Nuts News
Harrison Musgrave was dominant in the Modesto Nuts 2-0 victory over the Visalia Rawhide at John Thurman Field on Monday afternoon.

Musgrave allowed just a hit and a walk in seven shutout innings with 10 strikeouts. Left fielder Raimel Tapia (No. 5 PuRP) provided all the offense the Nuts would need with a solo home run, his fifth of the season, in the third and shortstop Zach Osborne provided insurance with an RBI single in the seventh.

Low-A - Asheville Tourists 5, Savannah Sand Gnats 3

Asheville Outlasts Savannah 5-3 | Asheville Tourists News
Runs are not easy to come by at Historic Grayson Stadium in Savannah, but the Asheville Tourists pounded out 13 hits and scored five times en route to a 5-3 win over the Savannah Sand Gnats

A trio of Tourists, designated hitter Omar Carrizales, third baseman Josh Fuentes and shortstop Emerson Jimenez, each had three hits and right fielder Drew Weeks had a pair of doubles as Asheville grabbed a 5-3 win.

Tuesday Probables:

Triple-A: TBD/Jon Gray (No. 1 PuRP)

Double-A: Ryan Carpenter

Low-A: Helmis Rodriguez (No. 23 PuRP)