Reggie Harris pitched five effective innings and the Calgary Cannons beat the Colorado Springs Sky Sox 8-3 Sunday in the first game of a Pacific Coast League doubleheader at Colorado Springs, Colo.
Harris (6-8) allowed one earned run in six hits. He struck out five and walked one.Harris pitched briefly for Oakland in 1990 and 1991. He is in his second minor league season in Seattle's system.
The Cannons had 16 hits, including two doubles by Quinn Mack and one each by Brian Turang, Tommy Hinzo and Greg Pirkl.
Jay Gainer homered for the Sky Sox, the Triple-A team of the Colorado Rockies.
Marcus Moore (2-3) pitched 4 2-3 innings, allowing nine hits and eight runs.
Calgary scored four unearned runs in the first inning. Mack doubled and scored on Turang's single in the third, and the Cannons added three more in the fifth when Mack, Turang and Hinzo scored.
The Sky Sox scored in the third when Chris Jones walked, stole second and Jim Tatum doubled.
Albuquerque 16, Vancouver 8
At Albuquerque, Albuquerque's Todd Hollandsworth hit two home runs, including a grand slam, in a 10-run second inning for the Dukes as they cruised to a 16-8 victory Sunday over Vancouver in the Pacific Coast League.
The Dukes sent 13 batters to the plate in the second, getting eight hits off Canadian starter Keith Morrison (3-5).
The second-inning onslaught erased a 3-1 Canadian lead.
Hollandsworth, who increased his home run tally to 16 this season, also had a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning, when the Dukes scored four more runs.
Albuquerque had additional home runs from Don Barbara, who hit his 11th homer of the season in the second inning, and from Billy Ashley, who hit his PCL-leading 32nd homer of the season in the fifth.
The Dukes had 17 hits, including a 4-for-5 effort by Roger Cedeno.
Ashley, Barbara and Matt Howard each had two RBIs.
The victory went to Jose Parra (9-10). Albert Bustillos allowed two runs during the final three innings to pick up his first save of the season.
Canadian third baseman Ernie Riles had three hits, two RBIs and pitched a perfect eighth inning for the Vancouver, which finished with 12 hits.