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Colorado Rockies prospects: David Dahl makes return in Boise

The Rockies No. 2 prospect was 1-for-3 in his first game since rupturing his spleen on May 28.

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Triple-A - Albuquerque Isotopes at Las Vegas 51s (ppd, rain)

Double-A - New Hampshire Fisher Cats 9, New Britain Rock Cats 1

Schimpf Homers With 5 RBI | New Hampshire Fisher Cats News
The Rock Cats (42-41) scored in the seventh. Noel Cuevas, who went 3-for-4, doubled home Pat Valaika, who had singled.

Cuevas and Will Swanner had five of the Rock Cats' seven hits in the loss, as New Britain starter Bryan Evans was roughed up, allowing eight runs, all earned, on 11 hits in 4⅓ innings of work.

High-A - High Desert Mavericks 6, Modesto Nuts 5

Patterson's Homer Gives Nuts Brief Lead in Wild 6-5 Loss | Modesto Nuts News
Jordan Patterson gave the Modesto Nuts the lead in the top of the ninth, but the High Desert Mavericks plated two in the bottom of the ninth to walk-off against the Nuts 6-5 at Heritage Field on Monday night.

The Mavs (41-39; 4-7) scored four runs in the first two innings. The Nuts (40-41; 7-4) came back with a solo home run from Raimel Tapia in the third, a run in the eighth and three in the ninth to take a short-lived lead.

Tapia (No. 5 PuRP) and Patterson (No. 27 PuRP) each had a pair of hits for the Nuts and starter Harrison Musgrave allowed four runs, three earned, on six hits in six innings as Modesto lost in walk-off fashion.

Low-A - Asheville Tourists 6, Lexington Legends 3 (11 innings)

Ramos' 11th Inning Blast The Difference In Tourists Win | Asheville Tourists News
Roberto Ramos was 0-for-4 entering his 11th inning at-bat on Monday night. The Asheville Tourists' first-baseman stepped to the plate with runners at first and second, two outs, and the score tied 3-3. After a quick mound visit, Ramos dug in and was ready for something over the plate on the first pitch. He was right. Ramos absolutely crushed the Lexington Legends offering over the centerfield wall for a three-run Home Run. Asheville retired the side in order in the bottom of the 11th to secure the 6-3 win.

Ramos hit his first home run of the year to seal the win for the Tourists, who got a strong start on the mound from Grahamm Wiest, who pitched seven innings, allowing just one run on seven hits with a walk and three strikeouts.

Short-Season A - Spokane Indians 8, Boise Hawks 2

Indians Put Halt on Hawks Hitters | Boise Hawks News
The Hawks put up one run in the second inning on an RBI fielder's choice from Scott Burcham. They added one more run in the fifth inning on an RBI single from David Dahl, making his first start as part of a rehab assignment with the Hawks.

Dahl (No. 2 PuRP) was 1-for-3 with that RBI single in his first game action since rupturing his spleen on May 28. He may also be a cyborg.

Rookie - Ogden Raptors 8, Grand Junction Rockies 7 (10 innings)

Raptors take series wtih walk-off win | Grand Junction Rockies News
Matt Jones singled home Willie Calhoun in the bottom of the 10th inning, giving the Ogden Raptors an 8-7 win over the Grand Junction Rockies Monday night at Lindquist Field.

No. 3 overall pick Brendan Rodgers had a rough night for Grand Junction, going 0-for-4 with three strikeouts and a throwing error in the loss. Fellow first-round pick Tyler Nevin fared better, going 1-for-4 with a double.

DSL - DSL Mariners1 1, DSL Rockies 0
Rockies starter Alejandro Requena allowed just one unearned run on two hits in seven innings of work, but it was not enough as the Mariners shut out the Rockies, 1-0. The run Requena allowed came in the third on a single, a pair of groundouts that advanced the runner to third, and a passed ball.

Tuesday Probables

Triple-A (Albuquerque): Jair Jurrjens, Jon Gray (No. 1 PuRP)

Double-A (New Britain): Brett Marshall

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

Low-A (Asheville): Carlos Polanco

Short-Season A (Boise): Dylan Thompson

Rookie (Grand Junction): Christian Talley