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Tyler Phillips, Hans Crouse pitch well

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Texas got solid outings from two of its top righty starting pitching prospects tonight

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Tyler Phillips got the start for Frisco today, and continued his recent run of solid outings, going 6 innings, striking out 3, walking no one and allowing 4 hits, including a home run, with 2 runs allowed. Demarcus Evans threw a scoreless inning with a K and now has a 1.49 Frisco ERA. Isiah Kiner-Falefa was 2 for 4 with a walk, Leody Taveras had a hit and a walk, and Andretty Cordero had 3 hits.

Hans Crouse had a gritty outing for Hickory tonight, as he continues to pitch through bone spurs in his elbow. Crouse allowed 3 runs in 5 IP for the Crawdads, allowing 7 hits on 1 walk and 1 K. Tyreque Reed went 3 for 3 with a home run, and Miguel Aparicio had a homer. Josh Jung got the day off.

Tim Brennan allowed 2 runs in 6 IP for Down East, striking out 4 and waking 1. Bubba Thompson was 2 for 4 with a walk, Sam Huff had a single and 3 walks, Diosbel Arias had 3 hits, and Curtis Terry had a hit and a walk. Sherten Apostel was hitless in his second high-A game.

For Nashville, rehabbing Kyle Dowdy gave up 2 runs on 4 hits in 0.2 IP, and Joe Barlow threw a scoreless inning. Scott Heineman and Eli White each had a pair of hits, and Nick Solak had a hit.

For the AZL Rangers, Alexander Ovalles had a pair of hits, Osleivis Basabe had three hits, and Heriberto Hernandez had 3 hits, including a homer.