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Brock Stewart strikes out 9 in Tulsa 2-0 loss

Brock Stewart (in 2015) pitched well for Tulsa on Friday
Brock Stewart (in 2015) pitched well for Tulsa on Friday
Craig Minami True Blue LA

Good pitching performances were seen at all the Dodger affiliates.  Oklahoma City won by the slimmest of margins, Tulsa and Rancho Cucamonga each lost by two while Great Lakes split their double header.

Player of the day

Julio Urias notched five more scoreless innings to his streak, you can read about it here in this article by Eric Stephen.

For the non-Urias candidates for today's award, I picked Brock Stewart, who continues to put up solid games for Tulsa, last night, Stewart pitched six innings, gave up a run, five hits walked one and struck out nine.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers shutout the Bees (Angels) 1-0 behind Julio Urias and Rob Segedin continued strong performances.  Urias pitched five shutout innings to continue his scoreless inning streak.  Matt West and Casey Fien each pitched two scoreless innings, Fien picked up the save.

Rob Segedin went 3-for-4 and he scored the only run of the game.  Segedin led off the fourth inning with a triple and Jose Tabata singled him home.

Double-A Tulsa

The Drillers pitched well but still lost 2-0 to the Naturals (Royals).  Brock Stewart pitched six strong innings and Ralston Cash and Micheal Johnson followed.  Stewart and Cash each allowed a run.

Alex Verdugo went 2-for-4 and Brandon Trinkwon went 2-for-3.  Continuing his rehab, Alex Guerrero was 0-for-4.

Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Giants defeated the Quakes 4-2 on Friday night at LoanMart Field in Rancho Cucamonga.  I wrote about Hyun-jin Ryu's rehab appearance and the game here.

Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons and the Lugnuts (Blue Jays) split their doubleheader, the Loons took the first game 6-3 and the Lugouts won the second game 3-1.

Loons first game starter, Isaac Anderson gave up three runs (two earned), six hits, a walk and struck out four, Ivan Vietez got his first save of the season.

Six different Loons scored a run, Nick Dean was 2-for-3.

In the second game, Dennis Santana gave up three runs in six innings, Santana struck out seven.  Jake Henson was 2-for-3 but the Loons were only 2-for-9 with runners in scoring position.


Triple-A: Right-handed pitcher Carlos Frias assigned to Oklahoma City;  Double-A: Oklahoma City assigned right-handed pitcher Jeremy Kehrt to Tulsa; Rookie: Right-handed pitcher Sebastian Martinez placed on restricted list.

Friday Scores

Oklahoma City 1, Salt Lake City 0

NW Arkansas 2, Tulsa 0

San Jose 4, Rancho Cucamonga 2

Great Lakes 6, Lansing 3 - Game 1

Lansing 3, Great Lakes 1 - Game 2

Saturday Schedule

4:05 p.m. - Lansing (Sean Reid-Foley) at Great Lakes (Micheal Boyle)

4:05 p.m. - Tulsa (Jeremy Kehrt) at NW Arkansas (Eric Skoglund)

5:05 p.m. - Salt Lake City (Kyle Kendrick) at Oklahoma City (Jeremy Kehrt)

7:05 p.m. -  San Jose (Mark Reyes) at Rancho Cucamonga (Yaisel Sierra)