Dodgers Minor League Report
An extensive overview of the entire minor league system of the Los Angeles Dodgers, including news and notes from the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers, the Double-A Tulsa Drillers, the High-A Great Lakes Loons, the Low-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, plus the rookie league teams in Arizona and the Dominican Republic.
Highlights in the Dodgers minor leagues included Kody Hoese homering in his second game back from the injured list, Jason Martin hitting two homers for Oklahoma City, Miguel Vargas doubling twice again, and Luis Diaz stealing four bases.
Gavin Stone struck out 11 for Double-A Tulsa in the Dodgers’ minors, on the same night Miguel Vargas doubled twice in Triple-A and Diego Cartaya homered for the third straight game in High-A.
Tuesday in the Dodgers minors saw a pair of top prospects go deep, a top pitching prospect continue some struggles and half of the affiliates pick up wins.
Landon Knack had his first career double digit strikeout game and a pair of top prospects went deep Sunday for the Dodgers in a mixed bag of results for their affiliates.
Today’s trip around the Dodgers minor league affiliates consists of two shutouts, a comeback win and an absolute blowout.
Andrew Heaney looked good in his third rehab start Tuesday, striking out nine batters in five scoreless innings. It looks like he is ready for a return. That and more in the minors wrap from Tuesday.
Mitch White pitched into the sixth inning without allowing a hit in his first game back in Triple-A, and Low-A Rancho Cucamonga got another switch-hitting catcher with power, with Nelson Quiroz hitting three home runs and a double.
Three of the four affiliates came away with a win Saturday night in the minor leagues for the Dodgers. One team won on they final at-bat and another won a game that was rain-shortened.
Friday saw two games go to extra innings and two games where the winning team scored double digits. Dodgers affiliates won one of each of those scenarios.
Andrew Heaney took another step towards joining the big club with a solid rehab start. Four of the six games went the way of the Dodgers affiliates Thursday.
Two of the four games for Dodgers affiliates were rained out Wednesday. But there was still plenty of action with the other two coming down the extra innings.
Max Muncy hit a walk-off home run in his minor league rehab assignment in Triple-A, and Gavin Stone struck out 13 for Double-A Tulsa.
Dodgers minor league pitcher Kyle Hurt pitched five innings and did not allow a hit for High-A Great Lakes, winners of a rain-shortened no-hitter on Sunday.
James Outman homered for a second straight game for Double-A Tulsa. Plus, Great Lakes turned a triple play, and a Dodgers minor league outfielder in the Dominican Summer League was suspended 60 games for a performance-enhancing drug.
Gavin Stone has been on an absolute tear over his last six starts and he finished off his month with only two runs allowed. Also, OKC provided the only win for Dodgers’ affiliates with a shutout.