Dodgers Weekly Minor league Report: Two Teams Left Standing

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OKLAHOMA CITY DODGERS (Pacific Coast League-AAA): Although it was an exciting down-to-the-wire regular season finish for manager Bill Haselman‘s OKC club to kick-off the previous week, their luck eventually ran out at the hands of the Memphis Redbirds (St. Louis Cardinals affiliate) as they were dusted off in four games of the PCL American Conference Championship series. Still, it was a a largely successful 2018 campaign for the team as they posted a very good 75-65 regular season record which culminated in them clinching the PCL American Northern Division title. Key players of note who were getting it done this past week are 26-year old OF/former 2010 5th round pick of the Boston Red Sox Henry Ramos (.765/.778/1.118 in the month of September, also batted a white-hot .500 avg with 3 HR and 7 RBI in the OKC/Memphis division series), 26-year old INF/OF Connor Joe (.545/.737/.909 with a HR and 5 RBI during the same stretch; .299/.408/.527 with a career-high 17 HR and 55 RBI combined between AA Tulsa and AAA OKC this season), and 24-year old corner player Edwin Rios (.467/.529/.800 this month with a HR and 5 RBI; .304/.355/.482 with 35 XBH and 55 RBI in 88 games for OKC this season).

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Report: Urías, Lux, Roster Expansion, Playoff Berths & More

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It was certainly an exciting sight to see the big-league Dodgers briefly retake first place in the NL West this past weekend; but now, it’s that time of the week to see how their minor-league affiliates fared as their respective seasons are quickly drawing to a close.

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Report: Affiliates Making Their Playoff Pushes

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With the big-league Dodgers doing their best to climb back into the NL West division race, it’s time once again to check out what happened with their minor-league affiliates within the past week.

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Report: Santana, Ruiz, Gonsolin, Crawford & More

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With the big league Dodgers currently battling to stay in the NL West divisional race, it’s time to take another quick look at what’s been happening on the farm.

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Report: Verdugo, Lux, Alvarez, Rincon & More

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While the big league Dodgers are busy trying to hammer out their latest bullpen issues, let’s take a look at what went down on the farm last week.

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Report: New Faces on the Rise & Rehab Starts Galore

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Plenty has been happening with the minor league affiliates of the Dodgers, and we’re here each week to bring you all the developments.

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Update: Stewart, Gonsolin, May, Uceta & More

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Before the airwaves become overloaded with trade deadline news, let’s take a quick look at last week’s highlights from the Dodgers farm system.

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Dodgers Weekly Minor League Update: Scavuzzo, Lux, May, Kasowski & More

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While many fans of the Dodgers are immersed in what the big-league ballclub is up to these days, this weekly installment will focus on what the Blue Crew currently have cookin’ down in their minor-league system. From the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers all the way down to their Arizona League affiliate at the instructional level, this will be the first official installment of hopefully many more to come which will provide as much in-depth coverage as possible regarding the Dodgers’ more notable prospects as well as some not so easily well-known—at least not yet, anyway. So let’s get this properly started off, shall we?

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Yusniel Diaz, Keibert Ruiz Represent Dodgers in 2018 Futures Game

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As a prelude to the 2018 MLB All-Star Game, many devout fans and knowledgeable baseball pundits managed to catch a glimpse of several potential All-Star players in this year’s Futures Game this past Sunday. The Los Angeles Dodgers sent two of their top prospects in outfielder Yusniel Diaz (ranked 4th in their system) and catcher Keibert Ruiz (ranked 2nd) to represent the club this year, both playing for the World Team due to their international backgrounds.

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Dodgers Trade Rumors: Why the Front Office Should Be Pursuing J.T. Realmuto

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Nothing like the July non-waiver trade deadline to get baseball-minded folks excited in terms of what their favorite team’s main priorities should be. For the past few weeks, many analysts and experts have stated that perennial All-Star shortstop and current franchise-face of the Baltimore Orioles Manny Machado is the player the Dodgers currently have their sights set on to upgrade their roster. However, it’s probably not close to the best available move.

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