Greg Reynolds allowed seven hits, walked one and struck out seven in seven shutout innings for Colorado Springs. The Sky Sox’s 2-1 win was Reynolds’ first start back at Triple-A after making a spot start Saturday for the Rockies.
Tulsa’s Christian Friedrich took the loss for the Texas League North All-Stars, allowing three hits and a run in the second inning. Scott Beerer had the only hit among Rockies prospects, going 1-for-1 after replacing Tim Wheeler, who was hitless along with teammates Wilin Rosario and Ben Paulsen.
Dexter Fowler and Ian Stewart endured a hitless night at Triple-A Colorado Springs, combining to go 0-for-7. Fowler is 0-for-14 in his past four games but has walked six times. Stewart is 1-for-21 in his past five.
Esmil Rogers allowed four runs in 3 2/3 innings in his second rehab start for the Triple-A Colorado Springs Sky Sox. Meanwhile, center fielder Dexter Fowler was 0-for-4 in his first rehab game.
Chad Bettis allowed just two hits, two walks and struck out eight in eight shutout innings for Modesto on Sunday while Christian Friedrich pitched 7 1/3 solid innings for Tulsa.
Rex Brothers’ nearly flawless start to the season came to a crashing halt in the eighth inning Friday when he allowed five earned runs in the eighth inning to blow a 4-1 lead for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
Double-A Tulsa shortstop Hector Gomez doubled, tripled and homered to drive in three runs, but fell short of a cycle by only a single in a 10-8 Drillers win.
In his second game at Colorado Springs, Ian Stewart contributed a first-inning grand slam to a big night for Sky Sox hitters, who combined to produce 18 hits and 13 runs.
Eric Young Jr. returned the lineup at Triple-A Colorado Springs after missing the past few days with a hamstring injury. Young drove in one of the Sky Sox’s two runs in a 15-2 loss while reliever Matt Daley continued his string of scoreless outings to start the season.
Double-A Tulsa scored 10 runs, driven in part by a pair of home runs from center fielder Tim Wheeler, but still fell 13 runs short in a slugfest with San Antonio that featured 11 home runs between the two teams.
Colorado Rockies pitching prospect, the 34th player taken overall in the 2009 draft, among handful of minor leaguers promoted.