San Antonio (7-11, 42-46) lost 9-0 to Tulsa (Rockies)
Mitch Canham, playing first base was the lone player to reach base twice, going 1-for-1 with a pair of walks on a day that saw the club manage just two hits. He came into the game hitless in his previous 12 at-bats and in a 2-for-24 slump. The left-handed hitting Canham is hitting .208 on the season with a 26-to-32 walk-to-strikeout ratio.
Wynn Pelzer suffered the loss, giving up three runs, two earned, on five hits and four walks across six innings. He struck out five in his 96-pitch outing while getting called for a balk – his second of the year. Pelzer has lost six straight decisions after winning five straight. He has issued a free pass to three or more seven times in 18 starts.
Evan Scribner stranded the bases loaded in recording his first out but would allow four hits and a walk, resulting in two runs over his next inning of work. The right-hander has stranded all five runners he has inherited on the year. Scribner has allowed four runs over his last three outings and has given up runs in nine of 33 overall for a 2.55 ERA.
Lake Elsinore (9-10, 55-34) had a scheduled day off
Fort Wayne (9-9, 45-43) had a scheduled day off
Eugene (11-14) won 4-3 over Tri-City (Rockies)
Chris Tremblay dropped three hits down, including his fifth and sixth doubles, while figuring into three of the four runs. He drove in a pair and added a run scored. The infielder, who has seen a pair of games at first base, has eight multi-hit games in 19 overall. Tremblay has scored a run in three straight and four of the last five. He is also 9-for-18 with runners in scoring position.
Robert Sabo earned his first save of the season, this one a two-inning closeout. He allowed a single and two walks while fanning three. The Emeralds had suffered five blown saves in their first seven opportunities. The right-hander has allowed two runs across his first 15.1 innings of work while striking out 17. This is the fifth time he has worked at least an inning and two-thirds without allowing a run.
Jedd Gyorko notched a pair of singles in four at-bats, driving in a run to push his RBI total to 18. The third baseman has a hit in eight straight games, going 14-for-34, a .412 average, with four walks. He has an RBI in three straight and six of his past seven. Gyorko has also scored a run in five of the last six. He leads the club with 10 multi-hit games.
AZL Padres (6-12) had a scheduled day off
DSL Padres (12-20) vs. DSL Rockies postponed due to rain
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