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Alex Verdugo has fourth straight multi-hit game, Quakes win 8-1

Alex Verdugo
Alex Verdugo
Craig Minami - True Blue LA

Player Of The Day

2014 2nd Round pick outfielder Alex Verdugo had his fourth straight multi-hit game as a Quake; Verdugo is 9-for-19 with three doubles and a triple.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers and Rainiers (Mariners) had a pitchers' duel on Monday night and it took a walk-off single by Darnell Sweeney to beat the Rainers 2-1. Juan Gonzalez, who gave up the tying run in the ninth, was the winning pitcher.

Jose Tabata led off the ninth with a single and O'Koyea Dickson sacrificed Tabata to second. After Shawn Zarraga struck out, Darnell Sweeney singled to score Eliot Johnson (who had been put in to run for Tabata) with the winning run.

Eric Surkamp was the star of the game, pitching seven scoreless innings, allowing just a hit and a walk while striking out five. Adam Liberatore pitched a scoreless eighth inning.

The Dodgers manufactured the first run in the eighth, Jose Peraza singled and stole second. A ground out by Corey Seager moved Peraza to third. Andy Wilkins then singled home Peraza.

Seager went 3-for-4, Andy Wilkins and Tabata each had two hits.


Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes defeated the Mavericks (Rangers) 8-1 on Monday night behind a 12 hit attack and strong pitching. Scott Barlow pitched seven innings and got the win, Barlow allowed no runs, four hits, one walk and five strikeouts.

Five Quakes had two hits, Delvis Morales, Alex Verdugo, Kyle Garlick, Paul Hoenecke, and Tyler Ogle. Verdugo had a double and a triple; Garlick hit his second home run and Ogle hit his 19th home run of the season.

Cody Bellinger, who was hit on the right wrist on Saturday night, was not in the lineup for the second game in a row. No word on his condition at this time.

Rookie - Ogden

Falling behind 2-0, the Raptors were able to come back and beat the Brewers 7-2. The Raptors pounded 11 hits, including four doubles and a triple.

Chris Powell started for the Raptors and pitched three innings and gave up two runs. Hector Rodriguez, who got the win, then pitched three scoreless innings.

Relievers MJ Villegas and Wes Helsabeck finished up the game.

Gage Green, Matt Jones, Jake Henson and Jimy Perez each had two hits.


Rookie - Arizona Dodgers

The Dodgers lost to the Angels 7-3 on Monday night. Gregor Mora pitched well, in six innings, Mora gave up five runs but only two were earned. Mora also gave up seven hits and struck out eight.

Ibandel Isabel and Brendon Davis each had two hits.

Rookie - Dominican Summer League Dodgers

The Red Sox scored two runs in the tenth inning to comeback and beat the Dodgers 4-3. Leonardo Crawford started and pitched 3⅔ innings, Crawford allowed an unearned run, four hits and struck out three.

Crawford, an 18-year old left-hander, is pitching his first professional season and has pitched 60⅔ innings this season, allowing 52 hits, 10 walks and has struck out 67.

Daniel Padilla and Luis Asencio each had three hits; Romer Cuadrado and Cristian Santana had two hits apiece.


Class-A: Activated outfielder Devan Ahart from the 7-day disabled list and placed outfielder Johan Mieses on the 7-day disabled list.

Monday box scores.

Oklahoma City 2, Tacoma 1

Rancho Cucamonga 8, High Desert 1

Ogden 7, Helena 2

Arizona Angels 7, Arizona Dodgers 3

DSL Red Sox 4, DSL Dodgers 3

Tuesday schedule

4:00 p.m. PT: Great Lakes (TBD) at West Michigan (Tigers) (Ross Seaton)

5:05 p.m.: Oklahoma City (Zach Lee) vs. Tacoma (TBD)

5:05 pm.: Tulsa (Jose De Leon) vs. Frisco (Rangers) (Phil Irwin)

6:00 p.m.: Ogden (Ivan Vietez) vs. Helena (Nate Griep)

7:00 p.m.: Arizona Dodgers vs. Arizona Rangers

7:05 p.m.: Rancho Cucamonga (Pablo Fernandez) vs. High Desert (Richelson Pena)