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Sheldon Neuse records two hits in OKC’s loss

There wasn’t much offense for the OKC Dodgers on Sunday

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Triple-A Oklahoma City

It was a quiet night at the plate for OKC, as they fell to the Las Vegas Aviators (Athletics) 8-2. For the game, the Dodgers recorded only six hits and went 0-for-3 with runners in scoring position while stranding five runners on base.

Per the postgame notes from OKC, the Dodgers were held to two runs for only the third time in the month of September. It was also the sixth time they have recorded fewer than seven hits. It was the first time OKC has scored fewer than four runs and recorded fewer than eight hits in a road game since August 24. The offense hasn’t had many duds recently, so it was overdue.

Sheldon Neuse led the team with two hits. Christian Santana drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and Elliot Soto brought in a run with a groundout.

Andre Jackson got the start and went 4 23 innings. He allowed three runs on three hits but also issued four walks.


  • Los Angeles Dodgers recalled LHP Andrew Vasquez from Oklahoma City Dodgers
  • Los Angeles Dodgers optioned LF Luke Raley to Oklahoma City Dodgers.

Sunday scores

Monday schedule

  • 7:05 p.m. PT: Oklahoma City (TBA) at Las Vegas (Parker Dunshee)