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The farm almost goes winless on Friday

Dodgers Minor League Report: Aug. 30, 2019

Kyle Garlick
Cody Roper / OKC Dodgers

After the Raptors were the only team to lose on Thursday, they became the only team to win on Friday.

Triple-A Oklahoma City

The Dodgers scored one run in the first inning and that’s all they got as they lost 6-1 to the New Orleans Baby Cakes.

Connor Joe and Austin Barnes led the team with two hits each. Joe was the only player on the night to score, coming from a Kyle Garlick sacrifice fly.

Starting pitcher J.D. Martin earned his third loss of the season on Friday. He allowed six hits and four walks over six innings of work. Jaime Schultz struggled in his relief outing, giving up four runs in just 23 of an inning.

Double-A Tulsa

Tulsa lost a close 7-6 game to the Corpus Christi Hooks on Friday.

Connor Wong went 3-for-4 with five RBIs to lead the Drillers on offense. His first hit of the night cleared the left field fence for his eighth home run with the Drillers and his 23rd home run of the 2019 season overall.

Omar Estevez followed Wong’s performance with two hits of his own.

Ryan Moseley earned his first loss of the season for his three inning performance out of the bullpen. He allowed the Hooks to get three hits and a walk to score four runs. This came behind Josiah Gray’s short start where he allowed three runs to score in 23 of an inning.

Class-A Rancho Cucamonga

The Quakes fell behind early and never got back in it, falling 6-3 to the 66ers.

Starting pitcher John Rooney took his second loss of the season. He pitched 4 23 innings and gave up nine hits to score four runs. This outing bumped his ERA over the 3.00 threshold for the first time this month.

Starling Heredia got two hits on the night to led the Quakes at the plate. Only three other Quakes got one hit on Friday.

Class-A Great Lakes

The Loons took a tough 4-3 loss to the Dragons for their 54th loss of the year.

Outfielder James Outman produced the only offense for the Loons with his two home run night. He brought his homer count up to 19 after hitting No. 17 on Thursday.

Justin Hagenman earned his second loss of the year after his three inning outing. He relieved starter Ryan Pepiot in the second inning and allowed six hits and two walks to score a total of three earned runs.

Advanced Rookie Ogden

The Raptors made a huge offensive comeback from the previous day, winning 13-3 over Grand Junction.

Starting pitcher Jeronimo Castro tossed five innings and allowed three runs on four hits and a walk. He earned his fourth win of the year for his appearance.

Ryan Ward went 3-for-4 and led the offense with six RBIs. His two hits included a three-run homer and an RBI double.


  • Oklahoma City Dodgers activated RHP Joe Broussard from the 7-day injured list
  • Oklahoma City Dodgers placed RHP Justin De Fratus on the 7-day injured list

Friday scores

New Orleans 6, Oklahoma City 1

Corpus Christi 7, Tulsa 6

Inland Empire 5, Rancho Cucamonga 3

Dayton 4, Great Lakes 3

Ogden 13, Grand Junction 3

Saturday schedule

4:00 p.m. PT: Great Lakes (Stephen Kolek) at Lake County (Alex Royalty)

5:05 p.m.: Oklahoma City (Mitchell White) vs. New Orleans (Mike Kickham)

5:15 p.m.: Tulsa (Leo Crawford) at Corpus Christi (Brett Conine)

5:35 p.m.: Ogden (Alfredo Tavarez) at Orem (William Holmes)

7:05 p.m.: Rancho Cucamonga (Austin Hamilton) at Inland Empire (Travis Herrin)