Albuquerque lost 13-6

Joc Pederson – 3 for 4, 2B, HR (33), 2 RBI, 2 R, BB, E
Alex Guerrero – 2 for 5, 2 HR (13,14), 2 RBI, 2 R, K, E

Zach Lee – 3.1 IP, 8 Hits, 9 R (4 ER), 4 BB, 3 K’s
Yimi Garcia – 2.1 IP, 5 Hits, 2 ER, BB, 2 K’s

Chattanooga won 8-2

Darnell Sweeney – 1 for 4, K, SB, HBP
Scott Schebler – 0 for 3, R, BB
Corey Seager – 2 for 4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K, CS

Ralston Cash – 0.2 IP, 0 Hits, 0 R, 2 BB, 2 K’s
Blake Smith – 1 IP, 3 Hits, ER, 0 BB, K

Rancho Cucamonga lost 7-3

Adam Law – 1 for 4, 2B, RBI, R, BB, K, CS, E
Erisbel Arruebarrena – 2 for 4, 2B, RBI
Chris Jacobs – 2 for 3, 3B, RBI, 2 BB
Aaron Miller – 2 for 3, 2B, 2 BB

Chris Perez – 2 IP, Hit, 0 R, 0 BB, K
Victor Araujo – 0 IP, 2 Hits, 3 ER, BB, 0 K’s

Great Lakes won 2-1

Devan Ahart – 2 for 4, 2B, R, SB
Joey Curletta – 0 for 4
Alex Santana – 1 for 3, R, K

John Richy – 4.2 IP, 3 Hits, R (0 ER), 3 BB, 4 K’s
AJ Vanegas – 2 IP, Hit, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 K’s
Jacob Rhame – 1 IP, Hit, 0 R, 0 BB, K

Ogden forfeited

AZL Dodgers won 8-3

Alex Verdugo – 1 for 4, RBI, K, HBP
Jared Walker – 1 for 3, 2 R, BB, 2 K’s, SB, 2 E’s
Cristian Gomez – 3 for 3, 2B, 4 RBI, R, CS, E

Kevin Guzman – 5 IP, 4 Hits, 2 R (0 ER), BB, 5 K’s
Sven Schuller – 1 IP, 0 Hits, 0 R, BB, 0 K’s

Player of the Day – Alex Guerrero

First, a note on Ogden. The start of the game was delayed due to rain, causing Grant Holmes to be removed as starter (he is now scheduled to start Wednesday’s game). The rain eventually stopped and the game commenced.

However, over the course of the first six and half innings, the Raptors believed the field became unplayable and refused to take the field in the bottom of the seventh. After a delay, the umpires called the game due to a forfeit.

The Raptors have protested and the league office will make a determination soon. This could be the second time a Dodgers’ affiliate forfeits a game this season, as the Albuquerque Isotopes forfeited a game on July 15 after adding a player from the disabled list to its active roster without a corresponding move. They had won the game 7-6.

Now, onto Guerrero. What a strange season it’s been for the 27-year-old Cuban. After coming back from having part of his ear bitten off by Miguel Olivo, Guerrero struggled to get things going at the plate, and understandably so.

It now appears he’s back in the swing of things, batting .341 over his last 10 games. On Tuesday, he clubbed a pair of solo home runs, doubling his total since returning from injury. He’ll be up with the big club come September, though it’s unclear how much playing time he’ll get and what positions he’ll play.
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