Three of the four Dodgers minor-league affiliated played on Monday, going 3-for-3.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
The Oklahoma City Dodgers closed out their five-game set against the Omaha Storm Chasers on Monday with a win. The victory gave the Dodgers the series win.
Oklahoma City bats saw tons of success opposite of Omaha’s left-handed pitcher Jake Kalish. Kalish allowed seven runs to score off of 11 hits, including three home runs. Connor Joe smashed two homers, marking his second and third of the year. Cameron Perkins hit the final home run of the afternoon, also for his third of the season.
Rob Zastryzny, the left-handed starting pitcher for OKC, allowed all five runs the Storm Chasers would score. In his six innings pitched, he allowed a three-run home run, an RBI-double and an RBI-groundout. Though he allowed many runs to score, the offense behind him was his saving grace. He snagged his first win of the season on Monday, making his record 1-2.
The Dodgers relievers were perfect, allowing no runs, hits or walks. Tony Cingrani, Josh Sborz and J.T. Chargois each threw a scoreless inning to end the game.
The Tulsa Drillers had a come-from-behind win on Monday, scoring four runs in one inning to overcome a 2-1 deficit. A bases-loaded walk followed by a single and a double contributed to the huge inning the Drillers had.
Drillers pitching was great. Michael Bowden, the game’s starter, tossed four innings, allowing two runs to score from five hits and no walks. The relievers combined for five scoreless innings to give Tulsa the chance at victory.
Leading the team in runs batted in for the night were Cody Thomas and Chris Parmalee, who each drove in two runners.
Class-A Rancho Cucamonga
The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes had an off-day on Monday. They welcome the Visalia Rawhide to LoanMart Field for a three-game set beginning on Tuesday.
Class-A Great Lakes
The Great Lakes Loons and the Lansing Lugnuts took their contest into extra innings on Monday, with the Loons prevailing in the end.
It was a back-and-forth game, ending in a 7-7 draw at the end of nine innings. The Loons took advantage of the runner placed on second base, driving the winning run in with a base hit in the 10th.
Right fielder Niko Hulsizer had the most RBIs on Monday, hitting a two-run homer after driving in an RBI groundout. Brett de Geus was the lone Loons pitcher who held the Lugnuts scoreless - tossing the last two innings of the contest.
No transactions to report from Monday.
7:35 a.m. PDT: Great Lakes (TBD) at Lansing (Troy Miller)
4:30 p.m. PDT: Oklahoma City (Daniel Corcino) at New Orleans (Hector Noesi)
4:30 p.m. PDT: Tulsa (Dustin May) at Springfield (Johan Oviedo)
7:05 p.m. PDT: Rancho Cucamonga (Michael Grove) vs. Visalia (TBD)