Three of four Dodger affiliates won on Sunday. Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Great Lakes all had victories while Rancho Cucamonga was shutout.
Player of the day
Dustin May had another strong start in April. May struck out seven in five innings pitched.
He finished the month with 24 innings pitched with six runs (four earned). He allowed 16 hits and walked seven. May also struck out 27.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
The Dodgers won 4-1 over the Missions (Brewers) with strong pitching from Daniel Corcino and the OKC bullpen. Corcino pitched 5⅓ innings and gave up a run and three hits.
Four pitches followed Corcino and they combined for 3⅔ innings pitched with one hit and one walk allowed. JT Chargois picked up his first save. In April, he has pitched in seven games with one run allowed and six hits. He has struck out 14 and walked four.
Matt Beaty had the big hit, a three-run homer in the third inning.
The Drillers shutout the Hooks (Astros) 5-0 on Sunday. Dustin May got his second win of the year with five innings of scoreless work. Louis Head and Marshall Kasowski followed May and they combined to give up one hit and four walks in their four scoreless innings.
Zach McKinstry hit a solo home run and Angelo Mora scored three runs and he went 1-for-2 with two walks.
Single-A Rancho Cucamonga
The Quakes were shutout by the Nuts (Mariners), losing 7-0 at Modesto. They did win two-of-three but were denied their sweep.
Gerardo Carrillo took the loss, he gave up four runs in 3⅔ innings pitched. He gave up three hits and four walks. Carillo has had slow start in his California League debut, overall he has pitched 19 innings with 11 runs given up.
Marcus Chiu had two of the five hits the Quakes were able to produce on Sunday. The Quakes struck out 17 times and had three walks.
Class-A Great Lakes
The Loons put the game away by scoring eight runs in the sixth inning and they went on to defeat the Dragons (Reds) 14-4 at Dayton. The Loons had 19 hits and went 11-for-24 with runners in scoring position.
Three Loons had three hits, Miguel Vargas, Jacob Amaya and James Outman. Jair Camargo, Romer Cuadrado, Luke Heyer and Dan Robinson each had two hits.
Josiah Gray got the win as he pitched his longest outing of the season. Gray went six innings and gave up one run and three hits. Gray struck out six and walked one.
Oklahoma City 4, San Antonio 1
- Oklahoma City activated outfielder Ezequiel Carrera from the 7-day injured list
- Oklahoma City placed SS Drew Jackson on the 7-day injured list
4:15 pm PDT: Tulsa (TBD) at Corpus Christi (Brandon Bailey)
5:05 pm: Oklahoma City (TBD) vs. Round Rock (Akeem Bostick)
7:05 pm: Rancho Cucamonga (TBD) vs. Lake Elsinore [Padres] (TBD)