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Gage Green goes 4-for-5 with a home run, Raptors win sixth straight

Gage Green
Gage Green
Oklahoma State Athletics

Player Of The Day

Gage Green was drafted in the 35th round of the 2015 draft, Green caught at Oklahoma State but in professional career, Green has played in the outfield much more than he has caught.

Green is hitting .349/.418/.521 for Ogden with 13 doubles and four home runs, Green hit his fourth on Sunday.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Chihuahuas (Padres) scored four runs in the fourth inning and that stood up in their 4-2 win over the Dodgers at El Paso. The Dodgers lost their final regular season road game and will now head home for their final nine games with a four-game lead over the Cubs.

The Dodgers scored their two runs in the first inning, Ronald Torreyes tripled and Corey Seager singled Torreyes home. A wild pitch moved Seager to second. With two out, Seager scored on a single by Kyle Jensen.

David Huff took his 2-0 lead to the fourth inning but then five hits, including two doubles by the Chihuahuas scored four runs. Huff pitched 3⅔ innings, gave up those four runs, seven hits, one walk and struck out five.

Jharel Cotton relieved Huff and pitched 2⅓ innings. Cotton gave two hits, one walk and struck out one. Adam Liberatore and Yimi Garcia each pitched a scoreless inning.

Ronald Torreyes had two hits, including his first triple of the season. Seager was 1-for-4.


Double-A Tulsa

The Drillers lost 4-2 to the Cardinals at Tulsa. The Cardinals scored two runs in the fourth and fifth inning and the Drillers could not mount a comeback despite their ten hits.

Jeremy Khert started for the Drillers and pitched three scoreless innings. Jairo Heredia gave up the tying runs in the fourth inning, along with the two runs, Heredia gave two hits and three walks in his one inning.

Grant Dayton took the loss, Dayton gave up two runs, two hits and a walk in the fifth inning.

Joel Peralta pitched one scoreless inning in his rehab assignment.

Erisbel Arruebarrena, Daniel Mayora and Jeremy Rathjen each had two hits.


Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes avoided a sweep by beating the Giants 8-3 at Rancho Cucamonga. A five run fourth inning gave the lead to the Quakes and a three run seventh inning sealed the Quakes' win.

Six pitchers including infielder Dillon Moyer (son of former MLB pitcher Jamie Moyer) pitched for the Quakes on Sunday. Moyer pitched a scoreless eighth inning and struck out two.

Five Quakes had two hits, Nate Samson, Jacob Scavuzzo, Cody Bellinger, Josmar Cordero and Joey Curletta. Willie Calhoun went 1-for-3 with a walk and an RBI.

Low Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons lost 6-3 to the Whitecaps (Tigers), Tommy Bergjans pitched 3⅓ innings allowing three runs and eight hits. Cameron Palmer gave up two runs in his two innings of work and James Campbell gave up the final run to the Whitecaps.

Matt Beaty and Nick Dean each had two hits. Brian Wolfe singled to push his hitting streak to 18 games.


Rookie - Pioneer League - Ogden

The Raptors won their sixth straight game, on Sunday the Raptors defeated the Owlz (Angels) 10-5. Player of the day Gage Green had 4-for-5 game, scoring four runs and hitting his fourth home run of the season.

Jordan Paroubeck opened the scoring with a two-run home run in the first inning. After scoring singles runs in the third and fifth innings, the Raptors found themselves leading only by a run in the bottom of the sixth.

With one out, hits by Kelvin Ramos, Deion Ulmer and Green loaded the bases. Paroubeck doubled, Ramos, Ulmer and Green scored with Paroubeck going to third on an error. Paroubeck scored as Michael Medina got on base via error.

A Scott De Jong single scored two runs in the eighth inning.

Jose Santos started for the Raptors and pitched four scoreless innings. Wes Helsabeck picked up the win, Helsabeck gave up a run in his one inning of work.


Rookie - Arizona

The Dodgers and White Sox played in the quarterfinals of the Arizona League playoffs on Sunday night and the White Sox won 1-0 in 11 innings. These playoffs are single-elimination so the White Sox move on to Monday and the season is now over for the Arizona Dodgers.

Gregor Mora, who just turned 20 this past Friday, started for the Dodgers and pitched eight scoreless innings, Mora gave up three hits, a walk and struck out three.

Brian Bass took the loss. The Dodgers only managed four hits, Mitch Hansen got one of them. Hansen finished his Arizona League season with a .201/.281/.282 batting line. Hansen also struck out 51 times in 149 at bats.


Double-A: Placed pitcher Mike Thomas on the 7-day disabled list; activated pitcher Jeremy Kehrt from the 7-day disabled list.

Class-A: Placed outfielder Travis Witherspoon on the 7-day disabled list; activated infielder Josmar Cordero from the 7-day disabled list.

Low Class-A: Placed pitcher Bubby Rossman on the 7-day disabled list; activated pitcher J.D. Underwood from the 7-day disabled list.

Sunday box scores

El Paso 4, Oklahoma City 2

Springfield 4, Tulsa 2

Rancho Cucamonga 8, San Jose 3

West Michigan 6, Great Lakes 3

Ogden 10, Orem 5

AZL White Sox 1, AZL Dodgers 0 (11)

Monday schedule

4:05 p.m. PT: Great Lakes (Andrew Sopko) vs. West Michigan (Artie Lewicki)

5:05 p.m.: Tulsa (Ross Stripling) vs. Springfield (Corey Baker)

5:05 p.m.: Oklahoma City (Joe Wieland) vs. Iowa (Cubs) (Felipe Paulino)

5:30 p.m.: Ogden (Jairo Pacheco) vs. Orem (Jose Rodriguez)