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Kevin Guzman and Loons sweep doubleheader; John Richy throws shutout

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Kevin Guzman had eight strikeouts in six innings
Kevin Guzman had eight strikeouts in six innings

Player of the day

Corey Seager had a quite a series in Salt Lake City and he topped it off with a 6-for-6 game. Eric Stephen recapped Seager's big game here.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers won their third game of their four game series against the Bees (Angels) 14-11.

Other Dodgers that had a nice offensive game besides Seager and Yasmani Grandal were Elliot Johnson who went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI, Andy Wilkins who homered and went 2-for-5, and Buck Britton who hit a grand slam in the Dodgers eight-run sixth inning.

Daniel Coulombe and David Aardsma threw zeros up for the final 2⅔ innings. Aardsma picked up his 15th save.

Double-A Tulsa

RockHounds (Athletics) shutout the Drillers 9-0 as Nick Long pitched a strong seven innings allowing just four hits and three walks. Long struck out eight Drillers. Johnathan Joseph pitched the final two innings.

Mickey Storey started for the Drillers and he pitched three innings and allowed two runs, three hits and walked four. After Jeremy Horst pitched two shutout innings, Chris Reed gave up four runs on two hits and three walks in 1⅓ innings. Mike Thomas came in and he gave up three runs in 1⅔ innings.

The Drillers had five hits, Luis Mateo had the only extra-base hit, a double.

Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes continued their winning way at home with a 7-0 win over the Nuts (Rockies). Johnathan Richy pitched the first complete game shutout in California League as his record went to 6-2.

Richy faced 30 batters in his complete game and he gave up four hits while striking out five. Richy continued his strong May, with a 3.02 ERA in 41⅔ innings and striking out 29 and walking 10.

Cody Bellinger also has had a hot May. Bellinger has a .962 OPS in 103 PA. Bellinger hit his ninth home run of the season and his seventh home run in May.

Joey Curletta, Brian Wolfe and Dillon Moyer each had two hits in the win.

Low Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons scored just three runs in their doubleheader against the TinCaps (Padres) but that was enough to get the sweep by 1-0 and 2-1 scores.

In the first game, Kevin Guzman struck out a season high 8 batters and only gave up two hits in his six innings of work. Kyle Hooper got the save.

The Loons scored the only run in the game when Jimmy Allen singled in Jacob Scavuzzo in the fifth inning.

The TinCaps scored first in the second game but further scoring was denied when Franmil Reyes was thrown out on a fielders choice.

But that run looked like it might hold up. The Loons had two outs and none on in the seventh inning when Jacob Scavuzzo singled and Spencer Navin walked. After a pinch-runner was brought in for Navin, Kelvin Ramos doubled in two runs.

Karch Kowalczyk pitched two innings to get the win

Transactions

Triple-A: Placed pitcher Ramon Troncoso on the 7-day disabled list.

Double-A: Placed pitcher Matt Shelton on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 26, 2015; placed pitcher Dustin Richardson on the 7-day disabled list. Pitcher Mickey Storey assigned to Tulsa.

Low Class-A: Pitcher Victor Gonzalez assigned to Ogden; pitcher Brandon Martinez assigned from Ogden.

Thursday box score

Oklahoma City 14, Salt Lake City 11

Midland 9, Tulsa 0

Rancho Cucamonga 7, Modesto 0

Game 1: Great Lakes 1, Fort Wayne 0

Game 2: Great Lakes 2, Fort Wayne 1

Friday schedule

5:05 p.m. PT: Great Lakes (TBD) at Bowling Green (Rays) (Brent Honeywell)

5:05 p.m.: Tulsa (Jose De Leon) at Frisco (Rangers) (Frank Lopez)

5:05 p.m.: Oklahoma City (Zach Lee) vs. Fresno (Astros) (Tommy Shirley)

7:05 p.m.: Rancho Cucamonga (Zack Bird) vs. Modesto (Konner Wade)