The Oklahoma City Dodgers were the only affiliate who played on Monday, as they picked up the victory.
Triple-A Oklahoma City
The Dodgers picked up their fourth straight victory, their longest winning streak of the season. OKC picked up a run in the first inning, as Luke Raley and Rangel Ravelo each recorded hits. Steven Souza Jr. brought in the first run of the game with a flyout.
The game was knotted at one a piece until the eighth inning when OKC put up two runs. Sheldon Neuse doubled to lead off the inning and then later came in to score on a wild pitch. After a walk from Ravelo, a double from Souza Jr. brought in another run to put the Dodgers up two.
They added two more runs in the ninth, as Andy Burns hit a two-run home run to give OKC the 5-1 lead.
Dennis Santana started for OKC. In two innings he allowed a run on three hits and struck out three. Brusdar Graterol also pitched for OKC, the first part of his rehab assignment. He retired all three batters he faced in the third inning. He had two groundouts and a flyout, throwing 11 total pitches.
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