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Toles gets five hits in OKC doubleheader

Oklahoma City split their double-header as the end losing streak

MLB: Spring Training-Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

Very good day for Dodger minor league affiliates as every team won with the one loss being part of a split double-header.

Player of the day

With every team winning, there were several choices but the Player of the day honor goes to Andrew Toles. The Oklahoma City outfielder went 5-for-8 in the pair of games with a home run and two runs batted in.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers ended their losing streak as they split their doubleheader against the New Orleans Baby Cakes (Marlins). In the first game, the Dodgers won 6-4 while they lost the second game 11-5.

Scoring six runs in the fourth inning was how the Dodgers won that first game. In that inning, Kyle Garlick, Henry Ramos and Connor Joe each homered.

Tyler Pill, Pat Venditte and Brian Schlitter pitched in the first game, Schlitter got the win for pitching the final two innings. The win ended a season-high six-game losing streak.

In the second game, the Dodgers had a 5-0 lead but then they allowed 11 unanswered runs to lose 11-5. The Dodgers repeated their first game feat with three home runs, one apiece for Connor Joe, Angelo Mora and Andrew Toles.

But it was the pitching that let the Baby Cakes back into the game. Justin DeFratus allowed five runs and Ariel Hernandez gave up the lead with his two runs allowed.

Madison Younginer gave up three runs without recording an out.

Double-A Tulsa

The Drillers shutout the Midland RockHounds (Athletics) 4-0 on Saturday. Logan Bawcom pitched six innings to get the win. Bawcom allowed two hits and two walks. He did have eight strikeouts.

The Drillers scored when Drew Jackson and Errol Robinson had back-to-back doubles. Mike Ahmed homered and drove in three runs. Zach Reks also had two hits.

Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes won their fifth straight game. 5-3, by defeating the Inland Empire 66ers (Angels). Logan Salow got the win and Zach Pop got the save.

Tied 3-3, the Quakes took their final lead when Jared Walker singled home Connor Wong. An Omar Estevez sacrifice fly drove in the final run.

Rylan Bannon hit his 19th home run, Cody Thomas extended his hitting streak to 10 games.

Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons beat the Lansing Lugnuts (Blue Jays) 13-6 on Saturday. Leading by four runs, the Loons broke the game open with four runs in the fifth inning and three more run in the sixth inning.

Only Garrett Hope went hitless as the other eight hitters combined had 12 hits. Carlos Rincon and Brock Carpenter each homered.

Edwin Uceta got the win.

Rookie - Pioneer

The Raptors overwhelmed the Idaho Falls Chukars (Royals) with their 11-2 win. Getting 16 hits to go with the 11 runs makes an offense pretty busy. Jacob Amaya had three hits and three runs scored, five Raptors each had two hits.

Dillon Paulson, Ronny Brito, Kevin Aponte, Jair Camargo and Jeremy Arocho all had two hits in the game.

Rookie - Arizona League

The AZL Dodgers beat the AZL Reds 7-3, Geraldo Carillo got the win for his three innings pitched with one run and three hits allowed.

Drew Avens and Wes Darvill each a triple and two runs batted in. Rolando Lebron went 2-for-3 with two runs scored.


Triple-A: Los Angeles recalled right-handed pitcher JT Chargois from Oklahoma City.

Saturday’s scores

Oklahoma City 6, New Orleans 4

New Orleans 11, Oklahoma City 5

Tulsa 4, Midland 0

Rancho Cucamonga 5, Inland Empire 3

Great Lakes 13, Lansing 6

Ogden 11, Idaho Falls 2

AZL Dodgers 7, AZL Reds 3

DSL Dodgers Robinson 7, DSL Athletics 3

DSL Dodgers Guerrero 6, DSL Indians 5

Sunday’s schedule

11:00 a.m. PT: Oklahoma City (Brock Stewart) at New Orleans (Odrisamer Despaigne)

11:05 a.m.: Great Lakes (TBD) vs. Lansing (Matthew Gunter)

2:05 p.m.: Rancho Cucamonga (TBD) vs. Inland Empire (TBD)

3:00 p.m.: Ogden (TBD) vs. Idaho Falls (TBD)

5:05 p.m.: Tulsa (Mitchell White) at Frisco [Rangers] (Jonathan Hernandez)