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All the Dodger affiliates won except Oklahoma City who lost 10-0.

Player of the day

Johan Mieses had a great game on Friday night at Lake Elsinore, Mieses went 3-for-5 with his tenth home run of the season.  The 20-year old outfielder has a .803 OPS this season.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers were soundly beaten 10-0 by the Sounds (Athletics) at Oklahoma City.  Zach Lee had his fifth straight sub-par performance, this night he allowed six runs in 4⅔ innings.  Lee also gave up ten hits and struck out four.

Compounding the pitching performance, the offense was held down by Nashville.  The Dodgers had just five singles and four walks with a 0-for-3 with runners in scoring position night.

Double-A Tulsa

The Drillers finished up their series on Friday against the Naturals (Royals) with a tidy 3-1 win.  Chase De Jong pitched 6⅔ scoreless innings, giving up two hits and a walk while striking out four.

Joe Broussard and Caleb Dirks closed out the game for the Drillers.  Dirks picked up his fourth save.

Andrew Toles and Jacob Scavuzzo each had solo home runs.  Toles also drove in the third run with a ground out.

The Drillers start a big series at Springfield on Saturday, that series could determine the first-half division winner.

Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes took a 7-0 lead and then went on to defeat the Storm (Padres) 7-3 at Lake Elsinore.  Yaisel Sierra went five innings and he got the win to win his fourth game this season.  Sierra gave up two hits and no runs with four strikeouts.

Mieses and Mike Ahmed had three-hit games, Matt Beaty and Edwin Rios each had two hits.

Right-handed pitcher Brandon McCarthy is scheduled to make his first rehab appearance in Lake Elsinore on Saturday while Yasiel Puig is scheduled to begin his rehab at Rancho Cucamonga on Monday.

Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons scored four times with two outs in ninth inning to come back and defeat the Captains (Indians) 7-4.  It looked like the Loons might blow a bases loaded and no outs chance in the ninth when Jimy Perez and Jake Henson were retired without a run scoring.

But then Brent Whiting walked to bring in the tying run.  That was followed by a Christian Gomez double that drove in two runs.  Delvy Castillo would follow that with a single to bring in the fourth run of the inning.

Gavin Pittore pitched the last two innings and got the win, Isaac Anderson had started and he pitched well, allowing two runs in six innings pitched.

Dominican Summer League - Dodgers 1 and 2

Both Dominican League teams won on Friday.  Playing for the Dodgers1 team. Juan Zabala, a 16-year old catcher from Colombia was 3-for-4 with a triple.  Zabala was signed this past winter during the current international signing period.

Juan Herrera is a 20-year old Dominican pitcher who was released by the Twins just before the Dominican Summer League started.  Herrera is on the older side of the players in this league, nevertheless Herrera, pitching for Dodgers2 team, pitched four scoreless innings on Friday and struck out seven.

Transactions

Triple-A: Right-handed pitcher Brock Stewart assigned to Oklahoma City from Tulsa.  Double-A: Right-handed pitcher Daniel Corcino assigned to Tulsa from Rancho Cucamonga; right-handed pitcher Jeremy Kehrt assigned to Tulsa from Oklahoma City.  Class-A: Activated right-handed pitcher David Reid-Foley from the 7-day disabled list.  Rookie: Right-handed pitcher Juan Herrera assigned to DSL Dodgers2; right-handed pitcher Raul Ascanio assigned to DSL Dodgers1 from DSL Dodgers2.

Friday Scores

Nashville 10, Oklahoma City 0

Tulsa 3, NW Arkansas 1

Rancho Cucamonga 7, Lake Elisinore 4

Great Lakes 7, Lake County 4

Dodgers1 6, Orioles2 5

Dodgers2 5, Rays1 3

Saturday Schedule

4:00 p.m. - Great Lakes (Victor Gonzalez) at Lake County (Indians) (Thomas Pannone)

4:10 p.m. - Tulsa (Jeremy Kehrt) at Springfield (Cardinals) (Luke Weaver)

5:05 p.m. - Oklahoma City (Nick Tepesch) at Nashville (Daniel Mengden)

6:00 p.m. - Rancho Cucamonga (Brandon McCarthy, Grant Holmes) at Lake Elsinore (Enyel De Los Santos)