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Colorado Rockies prospects: Kyle Parker stays hot, Isotopes lose again

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Albuquerque's first baseman had a pair of hits in a 2-1 loss to Omaha.

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Triple-A - Omaha Storm Chasers 2, Albuquerque Isotopes 1

Lannan Shines But Isotopes Fall 2-1 | Albuquerque Isotopes News
For the second game in a row, the Albuquerque Isotopes' (21-31) starting pitcher has turned in a stellar outing, but a ninth-inning rally has doomed their efforts.

The offensive highlight for the Isotopes came from first baseman Kyle Parker (No. 11 PuRP), who had two of the team's three hits. Parker is hitting .395 in his last 19 games with four home runs and 17 runs batted in during that stretch. He is now hitting .260 on the season after a very sluggish start.

High-A - Modesto Nuts 5, Visalia Rawhide 2

Wiest Dominant in 5-2 Win | Modesto Nuts News
Grahamm Wiest had his best start of the year for the Modesto Nuts to lead them to a 5-2 win against the Visalia Rawhide on Monday night at Recreation Park.

Third baseman Ryan McMahon (No. 7 PuRP) and right fielder Jordan Patterson (No. 27 PuRP) each had a pair of hits, who took advantage of three Visalia errors to score five runs despite having just one extra-base hit.

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

Castellani, Five Relievers Pitch Tourists To 5-3 Win | Asheville Tourists News
On a rainy Monday night at McCormick Field, the Asheville Tourists and Savannah Sand Gnats played a rather clean game. In the end, the Tourists outlasted the Sand Gnats to a tune of 5-3. Ryan Castellani went 4.2 innings for the home team and struck out a season-high six batters

Castellani (No. 19 PuRP) allowed just a run and three hits in his 4⅔ innings of work, dropping his ERA to 3.18 on the season. Left fielder Max White contributed a triple and a home run to Asheville's offensive effort in the win.

DSL - DSL Mets1 2, DSL Rockies 1 (12 innings)
An RBI double from first baseman Joel Diaz in the bottom of the first was all the offense the Rockies would get in a 12-inning loss to the Mets. The lack of offense wasted a strong effort on the mound from starter Alejandro Requena, who allowed just one unearned run on two hits in six innings of work.

Tuesday Probables:

Albuquerque: TBD

New Britain: Shane Carle

Modesto: Antonio Senzatela (No. 14 PuRP)

Asheville: Carlos Polanco

DSL Rockies: TBD