LOS ANGELES -- Welcome to minor league opening day, which for the Dodgers means three full-season teams starting their seasons on Thursday night, including two debuts with new affiliations in Oklahoma.
A fourth, the Class-A Great Lakes Loons, were rained out on Thursday, so the team will open its season with a doubleheader on Friday, with two seven-inning games beginning at 2:05 p.m. PT.
Here is a guide to following Dodgers minor leaguers, plus rosters for all four teams.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
Scott Baker starts the opener for Oklahoma City in what could be a tune up for starting for the Dodgers next Tuesday. Tommy Lasorda will throw out the first pitch. Anthony Ranaudo starts for Round Rock.
Oklahoma City lists its starting rotation after Baker as Carlos Frias on Friday, followed by Zach Lee on Saturday, Mike Bolsinger on Sunday, and Joe Wieland on Monday.
Chris Anderson gets the opening day call for the Drillers, facing Justin Hancock, the No. 19 prospect in the Padres system per MLB.com. Former Dodgers third baseman Ron Cey will be on hand for the opening ceremonies.
Class-A Rancho Cuamonga
Jose De Leon starts opening day for the Quakes, against Edwin Diaz.
Class-A Great Lakes
A pair of 2014 draft picks start the doubleheader on Friday for the Loons, with Brock Stewart (sixth round) going in Game 1, and Grant Holmes (first round) in Game 2.
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