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Redbirds Exit OKC with 9-6 Win Monday

June 25, 2019 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Oklahoma City Dodgers News Release

Oklahoma City - The Memphis Redbirds scored in five different innings in a 9-6 win against the Oklahoma City Dodgers Monday night in the series finale between the teams at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

The Dodgers (30-45) scored all of their runs via three homers, including two by Zack Reks and one by Edwin RÃ-os.

Oklahoma City cut Memphis' lead to one run in the eighth inning scoring four runs on two homers before the Redbirds tacked on two more runs in the top of the ninth inning in the win.

Oklahoma City suffered a fourth straight loss, as the Redbirds (33-44) won the five-game series between the teams, 4-1.

The Redbirds also took the game's first lead for the fourth consecutive time against the Dodgers Monday.

Edmundo Sosa led off the game with a triple, then scored on a RBI double by Adolis Garcia for a 1-0 Memphis lead in the first inning.

The Redbirds loaded the bases with none out in the second inning. Memphis pitcher Mike Hauschild hit a grounder to OKC pitcher Dennis Santana, who threw home to force out the lead runner. Catcher Rocky Gale then threw toward first base, but his throw was offline, allowing two runs to score on the throwing error for a 3-0 Memphis lead.

Dodgers pitcher Santana drew a walk with one out in the third inning. Reks followed and hit a two-run home run out to right field to cut Memphis' lead to 3-2.

Rangel Ravelo scored on a wild pitch in the fifth inning for a 4-2 Memphis lead. The Redbirds later loaded the bases and Lane Thomas drew a walk to bring in another run for a 5-2 lead.

The Dodgers loaded the bases in the bottom of the fifth inning on two singles and an error with one out, but Memphis pitcher Chris Ellis got Jake Peter to strike out and Gale to fly out to escape the jam and keep Memphis in a 5-2 lead.

Memphis tacked on two more runs in the seventh inning. Garcia walked, stole second base and scored when Tyler O'Neill singled on a line drive to left field for a 6-2 advantage. Memphis went on to load the bases and pinch-hitter Irving Lopez brought home a run when he hit into a fielder's choice for a 7-2 lead.

Ben Moore led off the bottom of the eighth inning for Oklahoma City and scored on a two-run homer by Reks out to right field to cut Memphis' lead to 7-4. Reks boosted his season home run total to 11 Monday night.

Cameron Perkins followed with a single before RÃ-os hit a two-run homer out to left-center field to cut Memphis' lead to one run, 7-6.

But the Redbirds gained some breathing room in the ninth inning. O'Neill led off with a solo homer and the Redbirds later tacked on a run on a fielding error by Dodgers shortstop Angelo Mora for a 9-6 lead.

Dodgers starting pitcher Santana (2-5) was charged with the loss, allowing five runs (three earned) and six hits. He recorded three strikeouts and issued a season-high six walks as Oklahoma City pitchers combined to allow a team season-high 11 walks in the defeat.

Memphis pitcher Chris Ellis (2-2) pitched 2.1 scoreless innings with one walk and four strikeouts in the win.

The Dodgers outhit Memphis, 14-11, Monday night, led by RÃ-os' three hits. Reks, Cameron Perkins and Rocky Gale all finished with multi-hit games as well and Reks recorded a game-high four RBI.

The Dodgers remain home and open a four-game series against the New Orleans Baby Cakes at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

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