Raul Mondesi’s late homer not enough as Chasers’ bats get going too late in loss to Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY — Raul Mondesi broke up a shutout with a solo home run in the ninth inning, but the Oklahoma City Dodgers already had plenty of breathing room thanks to a five-run sixth inning, and the Storm Chasers fell 10-3 at Bricktown Ballpark on Wednesday afternoon.

Oklahoma City, which has taken the first two games of the four-game series, scored two runs in the first inning off Luke Farrell (5-3) to take an early lead. After one run in the fifth, the Dodgers pulled away with a five-run sixth capped by Alex Verdugo’s three-run homer.

The Dodgers added two more runs in the seventh to take a 10-0 lead.

After Mondesi’s sixth home run ended the shutout, Ryan O’Hearn doubled home Bubba Starling and Cam Gallagher brought in O’Hearn with a single.

Four of the Chasers’ seven hits came in the ninth inning.