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Brock Stewart has a nice game at the plate and on the mound

Brock Stewart
Brock Stewart
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Oklahoma City Dodgers were the only full-season affiliate to win on Tuesday, the only other team to win was one of  the Dodger Dominican Summer League teams.

Player of the day

Brock Stewart started and pitched three scoreless innings.  But his good game included a bases clearing double that drove in three runs and gave the Dodgers a big lead that they never gave up.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers defeat the Cubs 6-0 as four Oklahoma City pitchers tossed the combined shutout.  Brock Stewart had a nice game as he started and went three innings, he was followed by Ralston Cash, Randy Choate, and Jacob Rhame.

Leading 1-0 behind a Yasiel Puig home run in the first, the Dodgers loaded the bases with no out and Brock Stewart came up in the second inning.  Stewart drilled a double that scored all three runners and that gave the Dodgers a 4-0 lead which proved to be more than enough.

Puig went 2-for-4 with that home run and he had two RBI.  Austin Barnes also had two hits including a double.

Double-A Tulsa

The Drillers lost 7-6 in ten innings to the Rockhounds (Athletics).  With two out in the top of the tenth, Beau Taylor singled in the run that proved to be the game winner for the Rockhounds.

The Drillers had to rally as Seth Frankoff gave up six runs in the first five innings.  Frankoff would pitch six innings and along with the six runs, he gave up seven hits and two walks, he also struck out four.  Jordan Schafer and Jeff Malm pitched one scoreless inning each.  Joe Broussard gave up the winning run in the tenth.

Cody Bellinger and Jacob Scavuzzo had back-to-back solo home runs in the seventh.

Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes and Storm (Padres) were tied 2-2 in the ninth but then an error by Erick Mejia allowed two runs to score and the Storm beat the Quakes 4-2.

The Storm had runners on second and third with two out in the ninth when a Erick Mejia made a throwing error that ended up giving the Storm two big runs.

Felipe Gonzalez pitched the first five innings for the Quakes and he allowed two runs (one earned) and struck out two.  Kevin Brown followed wth three scoreless innings.  Rob Rogers was on the mound when the Storm scored in the ninth.

The star of this game was Storm starting pitcher Jerry Keel, he pitched eight strong innings, allowing two runs (one earned), three hits, no walks and seven strikeouts.

The Quakes were limited to those three hits, one of the hits was Will Smith's second home run.

Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons were defeated by the Cubs 4-1 on Tuesday.  The Cubs scored three runs in the first off starter Imani Abdullah.  Abdullah would give up four runs in his five innings of work.  Andrew Isler followed with a scoreless inning.

Mitchell White pitched two scoreless innings and struck out two.  This was his seventh two-inning appearance and White has allowed no runs, five hits, walked four and struck out 19 in those outings.

Luke Raley was 3-for-3 and Brendon Davis had two hits including a double.  The Loons went 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position.

Pioneer - Ogden

The Raptors and Voyagers (White Sox) were rained out on Tuesday, they have scheduled a double-header for today.

Arizona League - AZL Dodgers

AZL Dodgers were off on Tuesday

Dominican Summer League - Dodgers One & Dodgers Two

Dodgers One had a big day at the plate and beat the Twins 15-4.  The Dodgers Two were held to no runs by the Athletics, who shutout the Dodgers Two 4-0.


Triple-A: Los Angeles Dodgers recalled infielder Chris Taylor from Oklahoma City.

Tuesday Scores

Oklahoma City 6, Iowa 0

Midland 7, Tulsa 6 (10)

Lake Elsinore 4, Rancho Cucamonga 2

South Bend 4, Great Lakes 1

Dodgers One 15, Twins 4

Athletics 4, Dodgers Two 0

Wednesday Schedule

10:08 a.m. PT - Oklahoma City (Trevor Oaks) at Iowa (TBD)

5:00 p.m. - Ogden (Dean Kremer & TBD) at Great Falls (TBD & TBD)

5:05 p.m. - Midland (Joel Seddon) at Tulsa (Andrew Sopko)

7:00 p.m. - AZL White Sox at AZL Dodgers

7:05 p.m.  -  Lake Elisinore (Chris Huffman) at Rancho Cucamonga (Wes Helsabeck)