Aces top River Cats 6-5The Aces went out on a hot note during the final de la Diversion game of the season. Los Corazones de Reno took game one of the crucial division series with timely hits and solid pitching down the stretch. The Aces are now six games behind Sacramento in the Pacific Coast League Pacific Northern Division. Reno had six hits. Jamie Westbrook was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. Ildemaro Vargas was 2-for-4 with one RBI. Alberto Rosario had two hits. Aces starting pitcher struggled on the mound, giving up four earned runs on six hits in four innings. The bullpen locked the game down from there, as the trio of Joey Krehbiel, Damien Magnifico and Ben Taylor surrendered one run five innings. The Aces jumped out to a 4-1 lead after two innings. Sacramento scored two runs in the third inning and one run apiece in the fourth and sixth to take the lead. Westbrook’s two-run double in the seventh gave the Aces the lead and the bullpen locked it down from there. Chris Cron was ejected for the fourth time this season after Ben DeLuzio was called out in the sixth inning Duplantier, Crichton recalled to Dbacks: The Arizona Diamondbacks recalled pitchers Jon Duplantier and Stefan Crichton from Triple-A Reno on Thursday. Outfielder Tim Locastro was optioned to Triple-A Reno in a corresponding move. Notes: The Aces had five double plays Tuesday night against the Oklahoma City Dodgers, tying a franchise record. … Kevin Ginkel earned his first MLB victory on Aug. 13, throwing two scoreless innings against the Colorado Rockies. On Deck: Reno, 58-64, faces Sacramento for the second game of the four-game series at 7:05 p.m. at Greater Nevada Field. Taylor Clarke is expected to take the hill for the Aces. Conner Menez is the probable starting pitcher for the River Cats.