Troy Tulowitzki singled once in three at-bats at Triple-A and is now hitting .444 with three homers in six games between Double-A Tulsa and Colorado Springs. His bat appears close to ready for the majors again as he comes back from injury.
The Sky Sox used five pitchers, none going more than three innings. The result? At least for one game? Three runs allowed.
Josh Outman had one of those amazing lines of the year. The Double-A pitcher went eight innings and allowed only one run on one hit, striking out nine, while also walking five. How one walks five, lasts eight frames and allows only one run, well only Outman knows.
Double-A third baseman Nolan Arenado had two hits and drove in two runs. Arenado is hot. He is hitting .350 over his last 10 games.
High-A outfielder Kyle Parker (no. pick, 2010) hit his 23rd homer of the season for Modesto. Parker has now nine homers in August and 18 since the All-Star break.
Low-A pitcher Tyler Anderson (no. 1 pick, 2011) threw 6 /3 innings of two-...