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Colorado Rockies prospects Antonio Senzatela, Jeff Hoffman shine on busy Saturday

The key piece of July's Troy Tulowitzki trade impresses with six shutout innings in his Albuquerque debut.

Colorado Rockies prospect Antonio Senzatela.
Colorado Rockies prospect Antonio Senzatela.
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Triple A: Albuquerque Isotopes 2, Tacoma Rainiers 0

Isotopes Win First of 2016, Shut Out Rainers 2-0-Albuquerque Isotopes News

Jeff Hoffman (No. 3 PuRP) had six strikeouts and shut out the Rainiers over six innings for the Isotopes first win of the season. Hoffman scattered five hits and three walks over his start and only really encountered danger late in the sixth. Carlos Estevez (No. 24 PuRP) also pitched a scoreless inning for the 'Topes in the victory

Double A: Game One - Hartford Yard Goats 5, Richmond Flying Squirrels 1. Game Two - Richmond Flying Squirrels 4, Hartford Yard Goats 0

Yard Goats Win 3rd, Then Lose Nightcap-Hartford Courant

David Dahl (No. 2 PuRP) hit his second home run is as many days in the opener to give the Goats an early lead that they would not relinquish. No. 9 PuRP Antonio Senzatela struck out six Flying Squirrels only allowing a solo home run to Ricky Oropesa. In the nightcap, German Marquez was let down by his defense with three unearned runs in his Rockies organizational debut. Marquez struck out five in the loss.

High A: Modesto rained out

Low A: Greenville Drive 5, Asheville Tourists 2

Tourists Come Up Short in 5-2 Loss to the Drive-Asheville Tourists News

Despite a strong start from Jack Wynkoop and a home run from Yonathan Daza, the Tourists were let down by two critical errors in their 5-2 loss to Greenville. Brendan Rodgers (No. 4 PuRP) tabulated his first RBI in Asheville in the defeat.

Sunday Probables

Triple-A: Shane Carle

Double-A: OFF

High-A: Carlos Polanco (with some rehab innings from No.1 PuRP Jon Gray)

Low-A: Suspected Infant Peter Lambert