Triple-A Oklahoma City
It was a short night for Dodgers starter Tony Gonsolin, as he only lasted 2 2⁄3 innings in OKC’s 7-5 loss to the Sounds. In his short time on the mound, he allowed five runs, though only two of them were earned. He struck out two and allowed seven hits. His ERA on the season now is at 4.95. Daniel Corcino relieved him, throwing 5 1⁄3 innings and allowing only two runs.
Offensively, the Dodgers got contributions from nearly everyone. Gavin Lux had yet another two-hit night, and also drove in a run. Keibert Ruiz continued to impress at the plate, picking up two hits and driving in a run as well. In his short time in Oklahoma City, Ruiz is hitting .357.
The Drillers won a close battle with Frisco, defeating the RoughRiders 2-1. Edwin Uceta held them in check for five innings, allowing zero runs and striking out four.
Tulsa would be the first to put a run on the board in the fifth, as Drew Avans doubled in Omar Estevez to give his team the 1-0 edge. Estevez would hit a double in the following inning, bringing in Christian Santana to make it a 2-0 game.
Single-A Rancho Cucamonga
After scoring a run in the bottom of the second, the Quakes would be held scoreless the rest of the way, as they fell to the 66ers in extras. Rancho never really had any opportunities to capitalize, as they were only 1-for-4 with runners in scoring position for the game.
After allowing two runs in the 10th to the 66ers, the Quakes had a chance to tie the game or even win it in the bottom half of the inning. With the bases loaded and two outs, Dillon Paulson stepped to the plate. On the first pitch he saw, he flew out to left, ending the game.
High-A Great Lakes
The Loons came from behind in the ninth inning, scoring three runs to take the lead and defeat the Dragons, 6-4. After Jacob Amaya was hit by a pitch to lead off the ninth, the next to batters got out. Down to their final out, the Loons completed the comeback. Back-to-back singles from James Outman and Gersel Pitre tied the game at four a-piece. Dan Robinson followed with a two-run double, giving Great Lakes the 6-4 lead.
The Raptors came from behind 4-0 to defeat the Owlz 6-5. Trailing by four entering the fifth, five consecutive Raptors reached base. After Jimmy Titus walked, Jon Littell and Andrew Shaps both doubled, and Marco Hernandez followed with a single, bringing the Raptors to within one run.
Ogden added three more runs in the sixth to take the lead. After two walks, Marco Hernandez tied the game with a single. Brandon Wulff followed with a two-run double, giving the Raptors the 6-4 lead.
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth, the Owlz had runners on third and second, trailing only a run. Reza Aleaziz got the groundout, securing the victory.
- Los Angeles Dodgers optioned C Austin Barnes to Oklahoma City Dodgers
- Oklahoma City Dodgers sent SS Daniel Castro on a rehab assignment to AZL Dodgers Lasorda
- Tulsa Drillers activated RHP Logan Bawcom from the 7-day injured list
- RHP Sven Schueller assigned to Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
- Rancho Cucamonga Quakes placed C Tre Todd on the temporarily inactive list
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