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Colorado Rockies prospects: Christian Bergman pitches three shutout innings in Isotopes win

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Three Albuquerque pitchers combined to hold El Paso to just three hits in a shutout victory.

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Triple-A - Albuquerque Isotopes 3, El Paso Chihuahuas 0

Bergman, Jurrjens Shutout El Paso 3-0 | Albuquerque Isotopes News
Right-handers Christian Bergman and Jair Jurrjens both turned in stellar performances as the Albuquerque Isotopes (29-36) shutout the El Paso Chihuahuas (31-33) 3-0 in the opening game of a seven-game homestand.

Shortstop Cristhian Adames (No. 15 PuRP) and first baseman Kyle Parker (No. 11 PuRP) both went 2-for-4 in the win as three Isotopes pitchers combined to hold El Paso to just three hits.

High-A - San Jose Giants 2, Modesto Nuts 1

Late Rally Falls Shy in 2-1 Loss | Modesto Nuts News
Jemiola (L, 0-2) tossed seven innings for the Nuts (30-33) and allowed just two runs. The righty allowed a solo home run to Ty Ross before Ross blooped a two-out RBI single to right to give the Giants an early lead. Jemiola only gave up four hits while walking none and striking out five.

Designated hitter Raimel Tapia (No. 5 PuRP) was 2-for-5 with a double in the loss, while left fielder Dillon Thomas had the Nuts' only other extra-base hit, also a two-bagger.

Low-A - Charleston RiverDogs 15, Asheville Tourists 6

Bash Brothers Breen and Aune Slug R'Dogs to 15-6 Win | Charleston RiverDogs News
Chris Breen's grand slam, two doubles, and career-high seven runs batted in along with Austin Aune's three-run homer, double, and four RBIs led the surge in the Charleston RiverDogs' 15-6 victory over the Asheville Tourists Monday night at McCormick Field.

Left fielder Max White was the only Tourists starter without a hit, but Sam Howard gave up seven runs, five earned, in three innings on the mound for Asheville.

DSL - DSL Mariners 9, DSL Rockies 8
Rockies reliever Jan Carlos Lopez gave up three runs in the bottom of the ninth without recording an out as the Rockies dropped a 9-8 decision to the Mariners. First baseman Joel Diaz was 3-for-5 with a home run and shortstop Pedro Gonzalez added a pair of doubles in the losing effort for the Rockies.

Tuesday Probables:

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

Double-A: Shane Carle

High-A: Konner Wade

Low-A: TBD

DSL: TBD