Glen Perkins pitched a complete game two-hitter, and the Red Wings racked up 20 hits off of four different pitchers in a 10-0 beatdown of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs Saturday night. Randy Ruiz, Jose Morales, Jason Pridie and Chris Basak each had three hits, and Howie Clark homered and knocked in four runs for Rochester. Denard Span set the tone for Rochester in the first inning, in his first game back after being sent down from Minnesota. Span walked and stole second against former Red Wing J.D. Durbin, setting in motion a six-hit, five-run first that knocked Durbin out of the contest. Clarks three-run home run was the big hit in the inning. Every Rochester batter had at least one hit, with Pridie pushing his hitting streak to 14 games. Perkins (1-1) started the ninth having allowed just a third inning single to Shane Victorino, playing on a rehab assignment from Philadelphia. Casey Smith led off with a double in the ninth, but Perkins got the next three hitters to finish the job and end the game. Perkins walked just one and struck out seven, lowering his earned run average to 2.89. Game Notes: Morales has now hit in five straight games, going 7-for-13 against Lehigh Valley this week...Pridie’s hitting streak is the longest by a Red Wing since outfielder Jason Tyner had a 17-game hitting streak May 4-24, 2006.,, Former Wing Luis Maza had a 12-game hitting streak for Triple-A Las Vegas entering play Saturday....Kevin Slowey pitched five hitless innings, walking one and striking out five in a rehab start for Class A Ft. Myers Saturday night. In that game, Lakeland Flying Tigers starter Jonah Nickerson was perfect through seven innings before allowing a baserunner. Slowey is slated to start for the Wings in Toledo Thursday night.