Three Dodger affiliates win on Tuesday. Only Great Lakes lose while Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Rancho Cucamonga all win at home.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
Tony Gonsolin made the start, it was his third appearance after returning from the injured list on May 26th. Gonsolin pitched 2⅓ innings and he gave up two unearned runs and three hits. Gonsolin also struck two and had one walk. Justin Grimm would earn the win when he followed with 1⅔ scoreless innings of work.
Caleb Ferguson made his fourth appearance with OKC and he pitched 1⅔ scoreless innings. Ferguson gave up one hit, he also had one strikeout and a walk.
Shane Peterson hit a two-run homer that gave the Dodgers their lead. Kyle Garlick went 1-for-2 with a double. Drew Jackson also had two hits.
The Drillers overcame a one-run deficit when they scored three times in the eighth inning and they defeated the Cardinals 7-5 to win their second straight game.
Cody Thomas tied the game with a run-scoring single. Keibert Ruiz’s sacrifice fly gave the Drillers the lead and DJ Peters increased the lead with a double to score Chris Parmalee.
Carlos Rincon went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer. Cristian Santana had three hits.
Edwin Uceta made his Texas League debut and pitched five innings. Uceta allowed three runs and four hits. He also walked four and struck out three.
Marshall Kasowski pitched the final 1⅓ innings to get the win.
Class-A Rancho Cucamonga
The Quakes broke a 2-2 tie with three runs in the third inning and they went on to beat Lancaster (Rockies) 7-3 at LoanMart Field on Tuesday. Austin Barnes singled home the tie-breaking run to start the scoring.
Jeter Downs, who had hit a solo home run in the first inning, doubled home the second run of the inning and Downs would score on a single from Devin Mann.
Downs would finish with three hits and two RBI. Donovan Casey, Mann, Jeren Kendall and Drew Avans each had two hits.
Josiah Gray pitched five innings and gave up two runs and three hits. Gray had six strikeout and one walk.
The win made it three straight for the Quakes and they extended their division lead to six games.
Class-A Great Lakes
The Loons lost 8-0 to the Lansing (Blue Jays) at home on Tuesday. Robinson Ortiz gave up four home runs in his three-inning start. He allowed seven runs (six earned) and six hits.
Justin Hagenman followed Ortiz with four scoreless innings and Drew Finley pitched the final two innings where he gave up a run and two hits.
The Loons did not produce much offense, managing three singles and three walks.
The Loons maintained their two-game division lead as they continue to fight for clinching a first-half playoff spot.
- Tulsa placed right-handed pitcher Parker Curry on the 7-day injured list
- Right-handed pitcher Edwin Uceta assigned to Tulsa from Rancho Cucamonga
- Los Angeles sent catcher Austin Barnes on a rehab assignment to Rancho Cucamonga
- Right-handed pitcher Andre Jackson assigned to Rancho Cucamonga from Great Lakes
- Outfielder Matt Cogen assigned to Great Lakes from AZL Dodgers
- Great Lakes placed outfielder Romer Cuadrado on the 7-day injured list
7:35 am: PDT Great Lakes (TBD) vs. Lansing (Josh Hiatt)
9:05 am: Oklahoma City (Daniel Corcino) vs. Sacramento (Andrew Suárez)
10:05 am: Tulsa (Victor Gonzalez) vs. Springfield (Austin Warner)
7:05 pm: Rancho Cucamonga (TBD) vs. Lancaster (Garrett Schilling)