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Eugene Morgan

Triple-A Oklahoma City

After trailing 4-0, the Dodgers came from behind, defeating the Baby Cakes 8-5. Down four in the fourth, OKC put up four runs in the inning to tie the game. Edwin Rios hit a two-run homer, his 14th of the season, cutting the deficit in half. Shane Peterson would reach on catchers interference, and then came in to score on a double from Jake Peter. He would then score on a single from Blake Gailen, tying the game at four a piece.

OKC added two more runs in the fifth, and only needed one hit to do it. With the bases loaded, Rocky Gale was hit by a pitch, putting the Dodgers up a run. A wild pitch the next at bat would bring in another run, giving OKC the two-run edge. Back-to-back homers from Peterson and Peter in the seventh gave the Dodgers the 8-4 lead.

Aside from a rough third inning, J.D. Martin was able to give the Dodgers seven innings. He only allowed his four runs in the third inning, and was shutdown the rest of the way, allowing only one hit over his final four innings of work.

Double-A Tulsa

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Single-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the second inning, but would be held scoreless over the remaining 10 innings, losing to the Storm 4-3 in 12 innings.

After back-to-back singles to start the second, Jeren Kendall hit his sixth homer of the season to put the Quakes ahead 3-0. Lake Elsinore chipped away at the lead, tying the game in the fifth. Both teams wouldn’t score another run until the Storm’s game-winning run in the 12th. With one out in the bottom half of the frame, Max Gomboa threw a wild pitch, bringing in the winning run from third.

High-A Great Lakes

The Loons jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the fourth, but would be shutout the rest of the way, falling to Bowling Green, 5-2.

Jose Chacin took the loss for the Loons, as he allowed three runs in his five innings of work. No Loons player had more than one hit.

Advanced Rookie Ogden

The Raptors won a high-scoring affair, defeating the Vibes 11-10. There were 21 runs scored in the game, with... wait for it, FIFTEEN of them coming in the sixth. Ogden scored six runs, with Rocky Mountain scoring nine.

Andy Pages hit a two-run homer in the sixth for Ogden, his first of the season, putting the Raptors up 6-1. Two walks later, Zac Ching singled in another run. Tre Todd then doubled, making it 9-1 Ogden.

The Vibes would put nine on the board in the bottom of the inning to take a one-run lead. Their lead wouldn’t last long, as the Raptors put two on the board in the seventh to regain the lead. Sam McWilliams led of the inning with a home run, his second of the season. Later in the inning, Joe Vranesh singled in a run to give his team the lead, and ultimately the win.

Transactions

  • RHP J.D. Martin assigned to Oklahoma City Dodgers from Tulsa Drillers
  • Great Lakes Loons placed RHP Jose Martinez on the temporarily inactive list
  • Great Lakes Loons activated LHP Justin Bruihl from the 7-day injured list

Tuesday scores

Oklahoma City 8, New Orleans 5

Lake Elsinore 4, Rancho Cucamonga 3

Bowling Green 5, Great Lakes 2

Ogden 11, Rocky Mountain 10

DSL Dodgers Bautista 3 DSL Rays (1) 1

DSL Cubs (1) 6, DSL Dodgers Shoemaker 1

Wednesday schedule

11:00 a.m. PT: Rancho Cucamonga (Michael Grove) at Lake Elsinore (MacKenzie Gore)

11:30 a.m. PT: Ogden Raptors (Jeronimo Catsro) at Rocky Mountain Vibes (Michele Vassalotti)

4:35 p.m. PT: Great Lakes (TBA) at Bowling Green (TBA)

5:05 p.m. PT: New Orleans (Mike Kickham) at Oklahoma City (TBA)