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Desguin would strike out Brallan Perez to strand the possible-tying run at third.
Kober came back to pitch the bottom of the ninth for Modesto and set the side down in order, notching his first California League save. Kevin Santa followed with an RBI single to shallow left that brought in a second run and made it a contest.
Collin Kober SV, 1 was summoned from the bullpen and struck out Marinez to end the inning and keep Modesto's lead intact. The run also ended a stretch for Stockton of 17 consecutive scoreless innings. : Stockton Ports.
Sheehan was charged with both runs that scored in the ninth while Duno went on to finish the inning without allowing a run of his own. Angel Duno was brought in from the bullpen and hit Jimenez to bring in a run. Ports starter Xavier Altamirano gave up three straight two-out singles in the first, the last one hit by Beau Branton that drove in a run and gave the Nuts a lead.
Altamirano gave up a two-out double to Manny Pazos in the second followed by an RBI single to Anthony Jimenez to make it a contest. Stockton mustered just one run in a loss to the Modesto Nuts, their fourth consecutive loss to Modesto dating back to last Tuesday at John.
Stockton's lone run was charged to Wells' ledger but Wells went on to pick up the win, going 6. Sam Sheehan came on to work the frame after three scoreless innings worked by Pat Krall and loaded the bases with nobody out on two walks and a double.
Modesto got off to a fast start as the Nuts scored a run with two outs in each of the first two frames. Stockton mustered just one run in a loss to the Modesto Nuts, their fourth consecutive loss to Modesto dating back to last Tuesday at John Thurman Field. Nuts starter Nick Wells allowed the leadoff man to reach in each of the first five innings but held the Ports scoreless through his first six frames.
First pitch is set for p. Modesto salted the game away with a pair of runs in the top of the ninth. The two runs over the first two innings were the only runs allowed by Altamirano as he would suffer the loss, going five innings and allowing two runs on eight hits while striking out seven.
Left-hander Evan Manarino4. Desguin pitched into the eighth and would leave the game after a two-out single by Greg Deichmann that put runners at the corners with two outs.
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