A 10th-inning loss by Tulsa would cost the minor-league affiliates from a clean eight-for-eight sweep on Thursday night.
Player of the day
Devin Mann of Great Lakes provided nearly half of the offense in their 9-6 victory. The second-baseman went 2-for-3, while hitting a three-run home run. He also scored two more times and drove in another run.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
Andrew Toles doubled in the bottom half of the first, and eventually would come in to score on a wild pitch.
Edwin Rios singled to leadoff the bottom of the second, and would advance to second on an error. After being advanced over to third, Rios would come in to score on a sacrifice fly from Will Smith.
Toles and Kyle Farmer would hit back-to-back singles in the third, putting two on with no outs. An RBI single from Rios would give OKC their third run of the game, and ultimately give them the win.
Logan Bawcom picked up his second win of the season, going six innings while striking out four.
Josh Fields threw a scoreless inning of relief. He has yet to allow a run in three appearances with OKC.
After tying the game in the ninth, the Drillers fell in the 10th to the Arkansas Travelers (Mariners) 2-1.
After eight innings of essentially no offense, the Drillers sparked a comeback in the ninth. Gavin Lux drew a leadoff walk, and was followed by a Drew Jackson single. A sacrifice fly from Keibert Ruiz would tie the game at one.
With the game going to extra innings, both teams began the inning with a runner on second base. The Drillers were unable to capitalize off of the opportunity.
The Travelers on the other hand, took advantage. A passed ball and back-to-back intentional walks would load the bases.
On a 1-2 pitch, Dario Pizzano singled, giving Arkansas the 2-1 win.
Single-A Rancho Cucamonga
The Quakes moved to 78-51 after a 5-4 win over the Lancaster JetHawks (Rockies).
Rancho would fall behind early, but four consecutive singles in the second would give them a 3-1 lead.
Lancaster would answer back with three of their own in the next inning, giving them a 4-3 edge. Their lead was short-lived, as the Quakes would answer back to tie the game.
Christian Santana and Carlos Rincon would hit back-to-back singles, putting runners on first and second. A fielding error by first baseman Tyler Nevin would bring in Santana, tying the game at four.
The game would remain tied until the bottom of the seventh, when a Cody Thomas RBI single would score Brandon Montgomery and give the Quakes a their fifth and deciding run of the game.
Class-A Great Lakes
After two, the Loons jumped out to a 7-2 lead. They wouldn’t look back the rest of the way, defeating the Fort Wayne TinCaps (Padres) 9-6.
The Loons would put up three in the first inning thanks to four singles. They would put up four runs in the second thanks to home runs from Eric Peterson (solo) and Devin Mann (three-run).
Short Season Ogden
A five-run fifth would help the Raptors edge out the Great Falls Voyagers (White Sox) 8-7.
Heading into the bottom half of the fifth, the Raptors trailed 7-3. A triple and a double would give Ogden a run. Three consecutive singles would then bring them within one.
With two outs, a fielding error would cost Great Falls two runs, and the game, as Ogden jumped ahead, 8-7.
The bullpen would shut things down the rest of the way, striking out seven in the last four innings while not allowing a run.
Rookie Level Arizona
Four hits from Aldo Espinoza would help the Dodgers defeat the Rangers 7-2.
Dominican Summer League
Deivi Luis and Vladimir Perez each had 3 RBI as the DSL Dodgers Guerrero defeated the DSL Pirates1 by a score of 9-5.
The DSL Dodgers Robinson defeated the DSL Astros 5-3. Harold Restituyo and Jimmie Feliz each scored two runs.
Eric Peterson assigned to Great Lakes Loons from Ogden Raptors.
7:30 a.m. DSL Dodgers Guerrero vs. DSL Red Sox 2
11:00 a.m. AZL Mariners (TBD) vs. AZL Dodgers (TBD)
4:05 p.m. West Michigan (Carson Lance) vs. Great Lakes (TBD)
5:05 p.m. Oklahoma City (Zach Neal) vs. Colorado Springs (TBD)
5:10 p.m. Arkansas (Ashton Goudeau) vs. Tulsa (Mitchell White)
5:35 p.m. Orem (TBD) vs. Ogden (Brett de Geus)
7:05 p.m. Inland Empire (TBD) vs. Rancho Cucamonga (Leo Crawford)