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Diamondbacks Minor-league Round-up, 6/24: Bradley's rehab begins

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Bases-loaded walks were the theme of the night. The D-backs tied things up on one. the Aces scored the go-ahead run on one, and the Hops got their first run on one. All this, and Archie Bradley's first rehab start.

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Snake Stars
3 stars: Zach Nehrir, Hillsboro - 4-for-4, three R, BB
2 stars: Stephen Dezzi, Hillsboro - 3-for-4, DBL, two R, two RBI, BB
1 star:Oscar Hernandez, Reno - 2-for-4, two DBL, R, RBI
0 stars: Cody Ransom, Reno - 0-for-5, three SO

Triple-A Reno 6 @ Tacoma 4. This was the first rehab start for Archie Bradley, and it went okay. Bradley threw four innings, scattering six hits and fanning three, but walked none, which is good to see. He was charged with three runs, all earned, and threw 40 strikes in 63 pitches. He left 3-0 down, but Reno tied it up in a three-run fifth, 3B Jamie Romak doubling home two. Entering the ninth tied at four, the Aces scored on bases-loaded walks to RF Peter O'Brien and DH Garrett Weber, then Matt Stites got the save. C Oscar Hernandez had a pair of doubles, but made an error; Romak and Weber each got two walks, and 2B Brandon Drury had two hits.

A short Hillsboro 7, Salem-Kaizer 2. LF Zach Nehrir had his second straight four-hit night, scoring three times as the Hops extinguised the Volcanoes. DH Stephen Dezzi had a double, two singles and a walk, driving in two, while 1B Josh Anderson singled and walked. Starter Jared Miller improved to 2-0 with six innings of one-run ball, for his second consecutive game, this time on five hits and two walks, with seven strikeouts. Brody Greer struck out four over two innings, allowing an unearned run. Hillsboro scored three in the first, on a bases-loaded walk and a pair of sacrifice flies, and never looked back.

Rookie Missoula 4, Helena 7 (10).  Cody Cook pitched a scoreless ninth to take us into extras,  but was roughed up in the tenth,. allowing three runs to take the loss for the Osprey against the Brewers. Anfernee Benitez gor the start for Missoula, and worked five innings, allowing four hits and two walks, leading to two runs, with four K's. The Osprey scored two in the fifth to tie things up, and the teams then exchanged further two-spots in the eighth, 1B Austin Byler, doubled and singled, as did C Matt Jones, Byler also driving in a pair of runs.