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The road has been plenty bumpy for the Albuquerque Isotopes.
The Isotopes dropped their sixth straight contest in seven outings on their California road trip Monday. The Isotopes were shut out by the Fresno Grizzlies 2-0 in Fresno.
This disastrous trip for Albuquerque will come to an end tonight when it finishes off the series against Fresno.
Albuquerque returns home to the friendly confines of Isotopes Park Thursday for the start of an eight-game homestand.
The six-game skid dropped Albuquerque (63-54) four games off the pace for the PCL American Southern division lead. Oklahoma City (67-50) is on top of the standings and Round Rock (62-55) is just a game behind the Isotopes.
On this trip, the Isotopes have not scored more than two runs in any game, including Monday night’s shutout and a 2-1 loss Sunday night to the Grizzlies. Red Patterson was the hard-luck loser Monday, giving up just one earned run and three hits in 5-2/3 innings.
Patterson (6-4) didn’t get much offensive support, save lead-off batter Matt Angle.
Angle went 3-for-3 with a double, but the next four spots in the Albuquerque batting order went a combined 1-for-14 in the game.
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