MiLB Dodger Report 6/27 - Lemmerman doesn't need late night to shine


AAA –Isotopes were crushed 15 - 3 with Claudio Vargas doing his best to make sure he never pitches a major league inning for the Dodgers in 2010. Vargas gave up 7 runs in 2 2/3, Schlichting gave up four runs his two innings. Schlichting seems to pitch better in the major leagues then the minor leagues.

AA – Lookouts win 9 -5 behind Brent Leach and Kenley Jansen. Leach won his 2nd game in a row, going six inning, giving up only five hits. Jansen finished the game off in style striking out the only two hitters he faced. Jerry Sands is making AA look a little to easy, he had two more extra base hits including his 3rd home run in four AA games. Dee Gordon had two hits including a triple, to drive in two runs. Kyle Russell walked twice in four plate appearances.

High A –Inland Empire won a laugh-er 14 - 2 behind Will Savage who made his first start in the Cal League a good one. The offense was led by Van Slyke who banged out three hits, including a home run. Austin Gallagher chipped in three singles.

A –Postponed

Rookie Ogden – The Raptors were crushed 15 - 9 as Carlos Frias made his debut in 2010 a less then memorable one. He gave up 10 hits, and six runs in 1 1/3 of an inning. The offense was led by Lemmerman with four hits, and Garcia with three hits. Garcia hit his first home run of the year and now has 10 hits in his last five games. As hot as Garcia has been, Lemmerman is even hotter with 11 hits in his last four games.

Rookie Arizona –Four pitchers combined on a 7 - 0 shutout. Y Garcia started the game and went the first five, followed by Lima, Rodriguez, and Tavarez. 22 year old catcher, Andrew Edge paced the offense with two home runs.


Albuquerque Isotopes Box Score

Chattanooga Lookouts Box Score

Inland Empire 66ers Box Score
Great Lakes Loons Box Score

Ogden Raptors Box Score

Arizona Dodgers Box Score

DSL Dodgers Box Score

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