All four Dodger Rookie league teams drop games on Tuesday while three of the four full-season teams win with Great Lakes scoring 10 runs in loss.
Player of the day
A year ago, outfielder Kyle Garlick was already playing on his third Dodger affiliate, Great Lakes, after being drafted in the 28th round of the 2015 draft.
Now playing on his fifth Dodger minor league team, Garlick went 4-for-6 on Tuesday, including his third home run for the Drillers. While not as heralded as his Tulsa teammates, Garlick is hitting .284/.340/.466 in the Texas League doing what he's done at every stop, hit very well.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
The Dodgers won 6-5 and that extended their winning streak to six games. Brock Stewart made his first start for Oklahoma City since his major league debut last Wednesday. Stewart went six innings and gave up three runs, five hits, a walk and struck out six.
Matt West lost the lead when he gave up two runs in two innings. Jacob Rhame would get the win as he struck out the side in the top of the ninth.
James Ramsey, who had two hits, was the only other position player with multiple hits in the game.
Also, the Pacific Coast League announced that Rob Segedin will be one of six Triple-A players to participate in the Triple-A Home Run Derby on Monday July 11, 2016 at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Drillers defeated the Hooks (Astros) 14-6 which included the Drillers scoring ten runs in the last four innings of the game. Tim Shibuya won his first game of the season.
The Drillers had 16 hits. Kyle Garlick had four hits including a home run. Jordan Tarsovich and Clay Bellinger also homered.
Bellinger had three hits. Jacob Scavuzzo and Shawn Zarraga had two hits.
Class-A Rancho Cucamonga
The Quakes scored three runs in the 11th inning to beat the 66ers (Angels) 7-4. Matt Beaty hit a two-run double to score Tim Locastro and Edwin Rios and then Beaty scored on a Ariel Sandoval single.
Yaisel Sierra started and pitched six innings. Sierra gave up two runs, seven hits, two walks and striking out four.
Beaty had three hits including a home run. Devan Ahart singled twice.
Class-A Great Lakes
The Loons trailed 9-4 after two innings only to take a one-run lead over the Whitecaps (Tigers). But then the Whitecaps scored six runs in the last few innings to win 15-10 over the Loons.
Michael Boyle gave up nine runs (three earned) in a 1⅔ innings. Alexander Hemmeling gave up the final six runs.
Erick Meza had three hits. Darien Tubbs, Luke Raley, Omar Estevez and Christian Gomez each had two hits.
Rookie - Ogden
The Raptors once trailed the Chukars (Royals) 12-2 after four innings before mounting their comeback. The Raptors made it 12-10 and had runners on first and second with one out before a double play ended that comeback and the Chukars won the game by two runs.
Jairo Pacheco gave up ten runs (eight earned) in 2⅓ innings.
Saige Jenco went 4-for-4, Mitchell Hansen and Moises Perez had three hits. DJ Peters and Jordan Paroubeck had two hits.
Rookie - Arizona
The AZL Dodgers lost to the AZL White Sox 4-2. Mitchell White made his professional debut, the second round pick pitched two scoreless innings and gave up a hit and also struck out four.
Shakir Albert led the Dodgers with two hits.
Dominican Summer League - Dodgers1 and Dodgers2
Triple-A: Los Angeles recalls left-handed pitcher Luis Avilan; Los Angeles options left-handed pitcher Julio Urias. Double-A: Tulsa sent right-handed pitcher Seth Frankoff on a rehab assignment to AZL Dodgers. Rookie: Outfielder Michael Medina assigned to AZL Dodgers from Ogden; right-handed pitcher Dustin May assigned to AZL Dodgers; right-handed pitcher Jose Santos, outfielder Cody Thomas, and left-handed pitcher Caleb Ferguson assigned to Ogden from AZL Dodgers.
11:00 a.m. PT - Rancho Cucamonga (Tommy Bergjans) at Inland Empire (Justin Anderson)
4:00 p.m. - Great Lakes (Victor Gozalez) at West Michigan (Eudis Idrogo)
5:05 p.m. - Colorado Springs (Hiram Burgos) at Oklahoma City (Jose De Leon)
5:05 p.m. - San Antonio (Padres) (Seth Simmons) at Tulsa (Lisalverto Bonilla)
6:00 p.m. - Idaho Falls (Alex Luna) at Ogden (Gregor Mora)
7:00 p.m. - AZL Dodgers at AZL Indians