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Harrison Musgrave fans nine and doesn't walk anybody in impressive outing

Colorado Rockies affiliates scoreboard and recaps for August 22, 2015.

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Triple-A Albuquerque (55-73)

Nashville 3, Albuquerque 2 | Box

PuRP No. 7 Trevor Story got on base three times in five plate appearances, as he singled twice and walked once. He also knocked in one of the two Isotopes run. Rafael Ynoa (remember him?) drove in the other run in a two hit day. Aaron Laffey gave up one run in 5 1/3 innings on eight hits and three walks. He struck out six.

Double-A New Britain (59-65)

New Britain 8, Reading 2 | Box

Harrison Musgrave, PuRP No. 30, threw 5 2/3 excellent innings. He gave up three hits, didn't walk a batter, and struck out nine. Musgrave has a 2.87 ERA in eight starts and 37 2/3 innings since joining New Britain. His ERA matches the 2.88 number he posted for the Modesto Nuts before getting promoted. Musgrave is setting himself up to see some big league paychecks within the next couple of years as a depth option.

Jordan Patterson drove in a run with a single on a 1-5 day, though he also struck out four times.

High-A Modesto (62-63)

Stockton 2, Modesto 1 | Box

Starting pitcher Konner Wade tossed a complete came. he allowed two runs on seven hits while striking out four and walking zero. Wilfredo Rodriguez had the Nuts' only extra base hit of the day, a double. PuRP No. 6 Raimel Tapia went 1-3 with a single.

Single-A Asheville (64-60)

Rome 7, Asheville 4 | Box

Tourists starting pitcher Carlos Polango allowed two runs on four hits in six innings. Asheville had the lead heading into the seventh inning, but relief pitcher Blake Shouse gave up four runs on three hits in that frame. The offensive star for the Tourists was Cesar Galvez, who went 3-4 with two doubles and a run scored. Forrest Wall didn't reach base in four tries at the plate.

Short Season-A Boise (32-39)

Boise 6, Hillsboro 4 | Box

Kevin Padlo had three hits, two of which were doubles, in five plate appearances in Boise's win. The 19 year-old struggled for Asheville to start the minor league season. He went on the shelf in mid-May, but Padlo's hitting .310/.406/.526 since returning to action in mid-June for the Hawks.

DSL (33-39)

DSL Yankees1 3, DSL Rockies 0 | Box

The DSL Rockies were held to just two hits while getting shutout yesterday. Hidekel Gonzalez and Javier Guevara each singled. Pitchers Richard Cespedes and Yohander Quintana combined to allow three runs in 3 2/3 innings pitched. Alejandro Requena, Jefry Valdez, and Hector Moreta each had scoreless outings.

Rookie Grand Junction (25-34)

Idaho Falls 6, Grand Junction 4 | Box

Peter Lambert had an outing where his hits and runs allowed were unimpressive, but his peripherals (which should really be called "centrals") were good. In four innings, Lambert allowed three runs on four hits; however, he struck out six and walked just one. On offense, Jonathan Piron hit two home runs, Tyler Nevil added a single, and Wes Rogers, who is coming back from injury, had a hit and a run in four plate appearances.

Today's probables

Triple-A Albuquerque: Rudy Owens

Double-A New Britain: Matt Flemer

High-A Modesto: Kyle Freeland

Single-A Asheville: Jesus Tinoco

Short Season-A Boise: TBA

Rookie Grand Junction: Trey Killian