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Great pitching on the farm continues, as Alex Balog throws 7 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball

Colorado Rockies affiliates scoreboard and recaps for August 15, 2015.

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Triple-A Albuquerque (52-69)

Albuquerque 8, Memphis 1 | MiLB.com Box

The Isotopes got eight runs on 12 hits, despite the fact that only two of those hits went for extra bases. In addition to an Angelys Nina home run, Trevor Story posted a double in his 1-4 day. He also added a walk.

Starting pitcher Aaron Laffey threw six innings of one run ball, though he gave up nine of the 11 Memphis hits. They didn't have any extra base hits.In relief, Rex Brothers pitched a scoreless inning, but he walked two batters while doing so. Simon Castro pitched a clean inning and struck out one.

Double-A New Britain (57-61)

New Britain 3, Binghamton 1 | MiLB.com Box

Chad Bettis started for the Rock Cats in a rehab start, and it went well in terms of results. He threw 3 1/3 innings of scoreless baseball, allowed two hits, walked two batters, and struck out four. PuRP Sam Moll struck out the side and allowed a hit in one frame of work.

Ryan Casteel had a 3-4 day at the plate, including a double. David Dahl and Jordan Patterson each went 1-4 and drove in one runner each.

High-A Modesto (62-56)

Modesto 1, Bakersfield 0 | MiLB.com Box

Big right-hander Alex Balog pitched 7 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball before being pulled due to his pitch count. He was at 105 pitches. Balog walked three and struck out seven. Balog got a late start this season, as he debuted in mid-June. Since then, he's posted an impressive 3.77 ERA in the California League. Bakersfield got two hits off of Matt Carasiti in the ninth inning, breaking up the staff no-hitter.

Ryan McMahon scored the Nuts' only run of the game, as Ashley Graeter drove him in after McMahon doubled in the fourth inning.

Single-A Asheville (60-57)

Augusta 3, Asheville 2 | MiLB.com Box

Helmis Rodriguez allowed three runs in 5 2/3 innings pitched. He gave up ten hits, walked two batters, and didn't strike anyone out. It was pretty quiet on offense. Middle infield prospect Forrest Wall went 1-4, and his fellow middle infield prospect Max George went 0-2 with a walk.

Short Season-A Boise (18-37)

Tri-City 11, Boise 4 | MiLB.com Box

Kevin Padlo hit a three run home run in a 1-4 day, and it was almost all of the offense Boise put up. Four of the seven pitchers for the Hawks allowed multiple runs in the loss.

Dominican Summer League (31-35)

DSL Rockies 7, DSL Giants 2 | MiLB.com Box

Pedro Gonzalez has cooled off considerably after his hot start. He went 1-3 in this one, giving him a season line of .251/.318/.418. Starting pitcher Antonio Santos pitched five innings and allowed a run off of three hits and a walk. He struck out one.

Rookie Grand Junction (24-29)

Grand Junction 10, Missoula 4 | MiLB.com Box

Six of the nine batters in the Grand Junction lineup accrued multiple hits in yesterday's win. Anthony Brito went 4-5 with three runs scored. Bobby Stahel and Chris Keck added home runs. Brendan Rodgers hit a couple of singles and scored a couple of runs in his 2-5 day. Peter Lambert faced 17 batters in his 3 2/3 innings. He allowed two hits, walked three, and struck out three.

Today's probables

Triple-A Albuquerque: Rudy Owens

Double-A New Britain: TBD

High-A Modesto: Johendi Jiminian

Single-A Asheville: Ryan Castellani

Short Season-A Boise: Colin Welmon

Rookie Grand Junction: Trey Killian