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Wallace powers 51s to win over Sky Sox

Brett Wallace had a home run and three RBIs on Saturday night to lead the 51s to a 7-2 Pacific Coast League win over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Wallace finished 3-for-4 with a two-run homer in the first inning. He added a double and a sacrifice fly and scored twice.

Adam Calderone hit a solo homer in the second for Las Vegas (31-39), which had a 10-7 edge in hits.

Colorado Rockies closer Huston Street, on a rehabilitation assignment, gave up a two-run triple to Chris Lubanski and an RBI double to Chris Aguila on consecutive pitches in the eighth inning.

Sean Henn (2-0) pitched 4 2/3 shutout innings in relief of 51s starter Rommie Lewis, who worked the first four. Henn gave up two hits and struck out six.

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