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Royals nab Dodgers' Oaks in three-way deal

Alexander, Peter head to Los Angeles; White Sox net Avilan, Soria
January 4, 2018

The first trade of 2018 was an intricate one.The Royals acquired Dodgers No. 14 prospectTrevor Oaks and infielder Erick Mejia in exchange for relievers Scott Alexander and Joakim Soria as part of a three-team deal Thursday. Los Angeles flipped Soria, lefty Luis Avilán and cash to the White Sox for

Ogden Clinches Second Half with Win, Orem Loss

Raptors hold off Idaho Falls as Grand Junction beats Owlz, guaranteeing Ogden will enter playoffs as champion, not wild card
September 9, 2017

The Ogden Raptors entered Friday night's game with a playoff spot in hand, but it was undecided whether they would be the second-half South division champion or the South wildcard.A 7-4 win over cellar-dwelling Idaho Falls, in addition to Grand Junction holding off the Orem Owlz, vaulted Ogden two games

Frisco's Mendez, Wiles snag weekly honors

Duo shares Texas League award after dominating doubleheader
June 5, 2017

They may play in the Lone Star State, but Frisco teammates Yohander Méndez and Collin Wiles will both be getting stars this week.Each hurler pitched a shutout during the RoughRiders' doubleheader Saturday, prompting the Double-A Texas League to give out co-Pitcher of the Week awards. Mendez and Wiles combined to

Fisher, Oaks take home weekly awards

Grizzlies' OF, Dodgers' RHP impress in dominant weeks
June 5, 2017

ROUND ROCK, Texas - The Pacific Coast League announced Monday that Fresno Grizzlies' outfielder Derek Fisher and Oklahoma City Dodgers' right-hander Trevor Oaks have been named the League's Player and Pitcher of the Week for the period of May 29-June 4. 

Dodgers' Oaks homers, puts up seven zeros

Club's No. 3 prospect Verdugo backs righty with dinger, five RBIs
May 29, 2017

Trevor Oaks' frustration this season on the mound was eased Monday, but his at-bat in the eighth inning had him actually grinning at his manager.After throwing 85 pitches, Triple-A Oklahoma City skipper Bill Haselman decided to leave the Dodgers' No. 17 prospect in to bat late in the game."He was