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Bush Drives In 2; Kolkhorst Reaches in 30 Straight

Bush Drives In 2; Kolkhorst Reaches in 30 Straight

It's not supposed to happen, but Portland allowed seven home runs Tuesday night and still won; It's not supposed to happen but lefties are hitting .400 off Rusty Tucker; It's not supposed to happen; but Fernando Valenzuela Jr. leads his team in hits but is hitting just .235 with RISP; It's not supposed to happen but Mike Eckstrom allowed the leadoff hitter to reach base in six innings and still gave up only one run; All this and more in the minor league roundup.

Portland won 12-11 Chris Oxspring came into the game having not allowed a homer through five starts. He made up for it by serving up four long balls in four innings of work, tying a Portland record. He allowed seven runs on eight hits and three walks. The right-hander allowed three homers in a game on June 23, 2004. Up until Tuesday, that was the most homers he had allowed in a game...

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