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Scott Schebler, Mike Bolsinger key Oklahoma City win

Scott Schebler
Scott Schebler
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Player of the day

Scott Schebler started in center field for the Dodgers and went 2-for-3 with his 12th home run and a walk. In 2015, Schebler has been a tale of home and road splits. At home, Schebler has an .859 OPS with a 20 walks/31 strikeouts breakdown. On the road, Schebler has an .655 OPS and 43 strikeouts to nine walks.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers took an early lead and with solid pitching, held off the Sky Sox (Brewers) and won 4-1. Eric Surkamp started and pitched five scoreless innings, allowing three hits and striking out three.

Mike Bolsinger made his first relief appearance of the season and retired all 11 batters he faced, striking out five. Chris Hatcher recorded the final out but not before giving up a run, two hits and a wild pitch.

The Dodgers scored first when Corey Seager drove in Jose Peraza. O'Koyea Dickson then hit a sacrifice fly to score Darwin Barney.

Scott Schebler homered in the fourth to make it 3-0. Kyle Jensen's sacrifice fly scored Andy Wilkins with the Dodgers final run.

Double-A Tulsa

The Drillers saw their five-game winning streak end with their 8-1 loss to the Naturals (Royals). Chris Anderson had his fourth straight sub-par start.

On Sunday, Anderson pitched 3⅓ innings, allowing four runs, six hits, three walks and striking out two. In Anderson's last four starts, he has pitched 18⅓ total innings and gave up 18 runs, 29 hits, 15 walks and 13 strikeouts.

Ronald Torreyes was the only offensive highlight for the Drillers going 2-for-3 with a double and a walk.


Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes were shutout by the Ports (Athletics) 4-0 to conclude their four game series. The Ports held the Quakes to just one hit and four walks.

John Richy started for the Quakes and in 3⅔ innings, gave up two runs, five hits, three walks and struck out three.

Paul Hoenecke had the one hit for the Quakes.

Low Class-A

The Loons scored three runs in the ninth, highlighted by Nick Dean's two-run walk-off single, leading to a 4-3 win over the Timber Rattlers (Brewers).

2015 Compensation Round (B) draft pick Josh Sborz started and pitched 3⅓ innings. An error on a force attempt led to two unearned runs. Sborz also allowed three hits, two walks and struck out four.

Trevor Oaks followed Sborz and pitched 3⅔ innings. Oaks allowed a run, one hit and struck out four. Scott Griggs and Matt Campbell pitched the eighth and ninth innings, with Griggs striking out the side and Campbell struck out two.

Nick Sell singled in a run in the second and for eight innings, that was the extent of the Loons' offense.

In the ninth, Federico Celli led off with a single, Willie Calhoun, who already had two hits, singled Celli to third.

Nick Sell drove in his second run with a force out. Justin Chigbogu doubled, putting runners at second and third. After a walk, Dean singled in two runs to win the game.


Rookie-level Pioneer

The Raptors and Mustangs (Reds) split their doubleheader, the Mustangs took the first game 3-2 with the Raptors shutting out the Mustangs 1-0 to win the second game.

Jairo Pacheco started for the Raptors and pitched 4⅔ innings. Pacheco gave up three runs, two hits, four walks and struck out six.

Two errors and a passed ball helped the Raptors score two runs to just fall short.

In the second game, Andrew Sopko and two other Raptor pitchers combined to strike out 12 Mustangs. Sopko struck out eight in his four innings.

Jordan Tarsovich singled in the sole run of the game. Offense was at a premium in the second game as each team only had three hits.



Triple-A: Activated infielder Elliot Johnson from the 7-day disabled list; placed infielder Buck Britton on 7-day disabled list.

Sunday box scores.

Oklahoma City 4, Colorado Springs 1

NW Arkansas 8, Tulsa 1

Stockton 4, Rancho Cucamonga 0

Great Lakes 4, Wisconsin 3

Billings 3, Ogden 2

Ogden 1, Billings 0

Monday schedule

6:05 p.m. PT: Ogden (Adam Bray) at Helena (Brewers) (Joshua Torres)

7:00 p.m: AZL Dodgers vs. AZL White Sox