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

Raul Mondesi’s late homer not enough as Chasers’ bats get going too late in loss to Oklahoma City
World-Herald News Service

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.

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