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A lot of eyes are on the OKC team

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The offensive firepower continued for the Triple-A Dodgers, as many of LA’s top prospects had huge games.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

It was an offensive outburst in OKC as the Dodgers scored 11 runs on 11 hits in their victory over the Missions.

D.J. Peters led the way, as he recorded three hits on the night, two of which were home runs. In his short time with OKC, Peters has already smashed eight long balls.

Kyle Garlick added three hits as well, including his 16th homer of the season. Gavin Lux had an “off-day” at the plate, going 1-for-4 at the plate and seeing his average drop down to only .515.

Daniel Corcino gave the Dodgers nearly seven strong innings of work. He struck out six and allowed three runs.

Double-A Tulsa

Keibert Ruiz and Christian Sanatana led the way for the Drillers in their 5-3 win over the RockHounds. Ruiz had a three-hit night while scoring a run, and Santana drove in two runs on two hits.

It was a scoreless outing for Edwin Uceta. In six innings he allowed only four hits while striking out five. The pitching from the Drillers was able to keep the RockHounds in check all night, as they held them to 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position.

Single-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes fell in extras to the Giants, as a walk-off in the 10th gave them the 4-3 loss. After falling behind 3-0 early on, a three-run inning from the Quakes in the seventh tied the game up. With two outs in the 10th, Courtney Hawkins singled for San Jose, giving them the win.

It was a quiet night offensively for the Quakes, as they went 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position. Donovan Casey had three of the team’s five hits.

High-A Great Lakes

The Loons jumped on the board first with a 2-0 lead, but the LumberKings slowly chipped away, eventually finishing with the 3-2 victory. Seven different Loons recorded a base hit, but they couldn’t get them when they were needed. They only had four opportunities with runners in scoring position, and stranded nine runners on base.

Short-season Ogden

The Raptors improved to 26-6 as they defeated the Vibes, 9-5. After loading the bases in the first, Brandon Lewis doubled to make it 2-0 Ogden. A fielders choice a few batters later would bring in two more runs, pushing the lead to four.

Sam McWilliams homered in the second, his ninth of the season, making it 5-0 Raptors. The Vibes would tie the game at five in the fourth, but would fail to score over the remainder of the game. Ogden reclaimed the lead in the sixth, after a triple, single and double to begin the inning gave them the 7-5 lead. They would score two more runs in the eighth.


  • Los Angeles Dodgers recalled RHP Casey Sadler from Oklahoma City Dodgers
  • 3B Justin Yurchak assigned to Great Lakes Loons from Ogden Raptors

Friday scores

Oklahoma City 11, San Antonio 3

Tulsa 5, Midland 3

San Jose 4, Rancho Cucamonga 3

Clinton 3, Great Lakes 2

Ogden 9, Rocky Mountain 5

AZL Indians Blue 15, AZL Dodgers Lasorda 6

AZL Dodgers Mota 3, AZL Brewers Blue 2

DSL Rangers1 3, DSL Dodgers Shoemaker 2

Saturday schedule

7:00 a.m. PT: DSL Rangers 1 at DSL Dodgers Shoemaker

7:00 a.m. PT: DSL Dodgers Bautista at DSL Red Sox1

4:05 p.m. PT: San Antonio Missions (Bubba Derby) at Oklahoma City Dodgers (Tony Gonsolin)

5:05 p.m. PT: Midland RockHounds (Matt Milburn) at Tulsa Drillers (Parker Curry)

5:05 p.m. PT: Burlington Bees (TBA) at Great Lake Loons (Stephen Kolek)

6:00 p.m. PT: Rocky Mountain Vibes (TBA) at Ogden Raptors (Elio Serrano)

6:00 p.m. PT: AZL Dodgers Lasorda at AZL Giants Orange

6:00 p.m. PT: AZL Mariners at AZL Dodgers Mota

7:10 p.m. PT: Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (TBA) at Stockton Ports (TBA)