Farm Fresh: June 21 Dodger minors highlights

Cal League Hall of Famer Gary Sheffield gets inducted by president Charlie Blaney. (Ben Sandstrom/MiLB.com)

Former Dodger Gary Sheffield was inducted into the California League Hall of Fame. League president Charlie Blaney made the presentation. (Ben Sandstrom/MiLB.com)

By Miranda Perez

Highlights from the Dodger farm system for June 21

  • The Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers defeated Round Rock 2-1, as right-hander Logan Bawcom (four innings, no hits, three walks, one strikeout) and left-hander Grant Dayton (two innings, one hit, four strikeouts) combined to hold the Express hitless through the first five innings. Dayton recorded the win and lowered his ERA to 2.41 ERA on the season.
  • In the Single-A Midwest League All-Star Game, right-hander Dennis Santana (2.96 ERA) represented the Great Lakes Loons for the East, tossing one shutout inning. Santana allowed one hit and struck out one in the East’s 11-10 comeback victory.
  • The Single-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes had three players selected to the Carolina/California League All-Star Game, including outfielder Kyle Garlick (.306, 11 HR, 37 RBI), right-hander Andrew Sopko (7-1, 3.41 ERA) and righthander Joshua Sborz (7-3, 2.58 ERA). Sborz was the lone Quake used in the game (won by Carolina, 6-4), throwing one scoreless inning with one strikeout.
  • The Rookie League AZL Dodgers had no shortage of offense in their 14-6 win over the AZL White Sox, racking up 16 hits, including five doubles, one triple and three homers. First baseman Luke Raley and shortstop Jefrey Souffront each had three-hit games, as the Dodgers improved to 2-0 to open the season.

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