The Isotopes (68-73) fell, 13-1, in the season finale Monday afternoon to the Reno Aces (80-62) at Greater Nevada Field. Albuquerque ends the year in third place in the PCL's Pacific Southern Division and 4.5 games back of division champion El Paso.
The Aces took control of the game in the bottom of the second when they crossed the plate 10 times. The 10 runs tied the Isotopes record for most runs allowed in a single-inning.
Albuquerque starter Zac Jemiola was charged with his fifth loss of the season, surrendering seven runs, four hits and four walks in 1.2 innings.
Rockies rehabber Tyler Anderson pitched 3.1 innings of relief, limiting Reno to one run and three hits during his appearance.
Albuquerque's offense collected nine hits Monday afternoon led by Rafael Ynoa with three knocks and Anthony Bemboom with a two-hit contest.
Noel Cuevas drove in the Isotopes only run of the game with an RBI double in the eighth inning. Cuevas finished the campaign with a career-high 79 RBI and the second-best batting average on the team at .312. The 2017 PCL All-Star compiled 17 doubles, 12 triples and 15 home runs, making him the only Isotope to produce double-digits in each of those categories this season.
The 16th season of Isotopes baseball will begin on Thursday, April 5, 2018 at Salt Lake. Albuquerque's 2018 home opener is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10 vs. Las Vegas.
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