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Andre Jackson goes scoreless, Miguel Vargas breaks Loons hitting streak record

A record hitting streak, a strong pitching performance, and two walk-offs, but only one in the Dodgers favor on Wednesday in the minor leagues. Andre Jackson, one of two Tulsa pitchers on the Dodgers’ 40-man roster, continued his solid start to Double-A, pitching four scoreless innings in the Drillers’ win over Wichita. Jackson has allowed more than two runs only once in his seven outings, and his five hits allowed on Wednesday — all singles — were a season high.
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Miguel Vargas Rewrites Record for Longest Hit Streak in Loons History

DAYTON, OH. – History was made in Dayton for the Great Lakes Loons Wednesday night with a Miguel Vargas leadoff single in the top of the first inning to extend the third baseman’s hit streak to 25 games. Vargas broke a franchise record of 24 games that was set by Brian Cavazos-Galvez in 2010 with a 2-for-5 night against the Dragons, making him the new record-holder. The Loons (16-16) lost their second straight game to Dayton (18-14) with a 6-5 outcome.

Dodgers Prospect Watch: Miguel Vargas Still Rising

While it seems like infielder Miguel Vargas has been contributing to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ farm system forever, he’s still just 21 years old, having recently begun his latest stint with the High-A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League. So far this year, Vargas has been one of the...
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Dodgers minors: AJ Pollock completes rehab, Miguel Vargas remains red hot

AJ Pollock completed his rehab assignment with Low-A Rancho Cucamonga on Wednesday, singling and scoring a run in his fourth game in five days. The original plan was for Pollock to play deeper into the game, but he was removed after just three innings in left field, and two at-bats.

2021 Dodgers Top 50 Prospects: No. 3, 3B Miguel Vargas

No. 10 – Andy Pages. I’ve included Future Value (FV) grades and risks for the Top 50 prospects. For example, if a guy gets a “50 low,” he has a really good chance to be an average player at his position. If a guy gets a “55/High,” there’s a good chance he won’t reach that ceiling, but the potential is there. The grades are 20-80 (50 is average), and the risks are as follows:

Dodgers Prospect Watch: A Closer Look at Miguel Vargas

Continuing along with the profiles of several of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 2021 non-roster invitees to spring training, we stick to the infield, this time looking at the organization’s 11th-best prospect in third baseman Miguel Vargas. In case you missed last Saturday’s column, we profiled the club’s No. 4 prospect...