Jared Kollar pitched in his very first game in a San Antonio Missions uniform on Friday night at Wolff Stadium.
Outfielder Kervin Pichardo was a much more experienced member of the team, playing in his ninth game with the Missions.
The young twosome helped the Missions build an early 4-0 lead on the way to beating the Frisco RoughRiders 10-3.
Pichardo hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the second inning and the Missions led the rest of the way.
Kollar held Frisco scoreless the first four innings. He was one out away from being in a position to get a win before giving up two runs in the top of the fifth and being replaced.
Pichardo finished the game with three hits including a double and had six RBIs and one run.
Juan Fernandez had three hits including a double, one walk and scored twice. Michael De La Cruz and Brandon Valenzuela both had two hits. Valenzuela was in only his third game since being promoted to Double-A and those were his first two hits with the Missions.
Relief pitcher Justin Lopez took over for Kollar and went 2 1/3 innings. He earned the win and allowed one run, two hits and one walk with one strikeout. James Bourque pitched a scoreless eighth inning and Jason Blanchard a scoreless ninth to finish off the game.