Modesto’s Chad Bettis extended a string of starts in which he has pitched at least seven innings to seven while Asheville’s Tyler Matzek walked eight, but took a no-hitter into the fifth inning before hitting a wall.
Three pitchers and three other players from the Colorado Rockies Double-A affiliate were named all-stars.
Ty Wigginton played both ends of a double-header on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Colorado Springs was 2-for-7 with a pair of walks and an RBI.
Catcher Wilin Rosario had three hits for Double-A Tulsa and in his past two games is 7-for-10 with three doubles.
Alan Johnson, who made his major-league debut with the Colorado Rockies earlier this season and was designated for assignment last week, cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Colorado Springs, where he started Wednesday.
Starting pitcher Tyler Matzek followed up his worst start of the season with his longest at high Class Modesto, allowing three earned runs in five innings and striking out seven.
The Double-A Tulsa Drillers collected 20 hits and nine runs against Corpus Christi, including good days from Tim Wheeler, Wilin Rosario, James Cesario and Darin Holcomb.
Three Colorado Springs outfielders — Charlie Blackmon, Willy Taveras and Cole Garner — continued good starts to their Triple-A seasons while a couple top prospects homered for Tulsa.