Minor League Player of the Day: Matt Magill pitched six shutout innings, walking only three, striking out seven.
Double-A: The Lookouts put five runs on the board but still lost 6-5. Chris Reed started and got fifteen outs, giving up just one run. Onelki Garcia relieved him and gave away the game with three runs while getting just five outs. The offense was provided by Osvaldo Martinez who drove in three runs. Joc Pederson had a hit and walk in four at bats. Angelo Songco and Jonathan Garcia went 0-for-8 and are a combined 0-for-15 this week.
High Class-A: The Quakes lost 13-3. Nothing to see here.
Low Class-A: The Loons lost 2-1 with Corey Seager collecting one hit. Miguel Sulbaran started but went only three innings.
Rookie (Ogden): The Raptors had some fun winning a slugfest 13-11. Justin Chigbogu, and Jesmuel Valentin both hit their third home run. There were a lot of hitting stars so we will start at the top. Brandon Trinkwon had three hits, Chigbogu had two hits, Valentin had two hits, and Jacob Scavuzzo had three hits. Alex Santana had missed several games but came back with two hits. Santana has two hits in four straight games, and five out of six. Overall the 19-year-old 3rd baseman has a .919 OPS.
Rookie (Arizona): DNP
Transactions: Right-handed pitcher Carlos Frias, who was originally scheduled to start for the Quakes on Tuesday, was promoted to Double-A Chattanooga. Right-handed pitcher Arismendy Ozoria made the jump from low Class-A Great Lakes to high Class-A Rancho Cucamonga. Thomas Taylor, a right-handed pitcher and the 26th round pick by the Dodgers in the 2013 draft, was promoted from rookie level Ogden to the Loons in Class-A. Jackson Mateo, a 21-year-old right handed pitcher from the Dominican Republic, was promoted from the Arizona League to Ogden.
Coming up: Zach Lee is scheduled to start for the Lookouts on trade deadline day at 10 a.m. PT. Angel Castro starts for Albuquerque, Brandon Martinez starts for Great Lakes, and Victor Araujo starts for Ogden. Gustavo Gomez was originally penciled in to start Wednesday for Rancho Cucamonga but ended up starting Tuesday in place of the promoted Frias.