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.
A pair of right-handers were outstanding for the Dodgers affiliates Wednesday, Rancho scored double digits for the second night in a row and another game was rained out.
Dodgers infielder Jorbit Vivas had six multi-hit games in a row for High-A Great Lakes and was named Midwest League player of the week.
After a promotion to Double-A, Gavin Stone continued dominating hitters for a spectacular debut as Tulsa cruised to victory.
It was a great day at the plate in the Dodgers minors for Eddys Leonard for High-A Great Lakes. But for Triple-A Oklahoma City, Andre Jackson had his third straight bad start in a row.
In a marquee matchup of first-round picks, Tulsa cruised to a big win behind strong efforts from Bobby Miller and Andy Pages. That and more on the Dodgers minors report.
Dodgers minor leaguer Nick Nastrini struck out seven for High-A Great Lakes, and Double-A Tulsa won thanks to seven consecutive walks.
In the Dodgers minor leagues, Michael Grove struck out six batters in three innings for Double-A Tulsa, Andy Burns and Kevin Pillar had three hits apiece for Triple-A Oklahoma City.