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Asche continues strong AFL campaign
Phils infield prospect plates two runs, scores twice for Peoria
11/06/2012 1:18 AM ET
Cody Asche hit .324 in 130 games between two levels this year.
Cody Asche hit .324 in 130 games between two levels this year. (Kevin Pataky/
Peoria 10, Salt River 7
Philadelphia's No. 18 prospect Cody Asche went 3-for-4, doubling twice and driving in two runs to lead the Javelinas. San Diego's Nate Freiman and Seattle's Nick Franklin also both supplied a pair of RBIs. No. 8 Padres prospect Robbie Erlin earned his first AFL victory, scattering three hits and a walk while fanning four over four scoreless frames. Sean Ochinko (Blue Jays) finished smacked a three-run homer and Chris Owings (D-backs) fell a triple short of a cycle and plated three runs. Recap | Gameday box score

Mesa 5, Scottsdale 4
No. 3 Orioles prospect Jonathan Schoop knocked a two-RBI single to key a four-run seventh that pushed the Solar Sox past the Scorpions. Top Houston prospect Jonathan Singleton reached safely four times, going 1-for-1 with three walks and an RBI. Top Angels prospect Kaleb Cowart went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in the loss and Kyle Kaminska (Pirates) surrendered a run on one hit and three walks over five innings without factoring into the decision for Scottsdale. Recap | Gameday box score

Phoenix 6, Surprise 5
The Desert Dogs rallied for five runs in the ninth with top Rays prospect Hak-Ju Lee providing the go-ahead RBI on a groundout. Max Stassi (A's) contributed two RBIs and No. 7 Brewers prospect Hunter Morris socked his first home run of the Fall League season. Fourth-ranked Red Sox prospect Bryce Brentz hit a two-run shot while Texas' Chris McGuiness went 2-for-3 with three RBIs for the Saguaros. St. Louis' Seth Blair allowed a run on three hits and a walk over four frames to bring his ERA to 1.04 in 17 1/3 innings. Recap | Gameday box score

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