OKLAHOMA CITY — Edwin Rios had four hits and drove home six runs as the Oklahoma City Dodgers defeated New Orleans 11-4 on Wednesday evening.

The game was tied at 2-2 in the third inning when Oklahoma City took advantage of three walks. OKC got an infield hit from Trayce Thompson to drive in the go ahead run. Rios followed up with a grand slam and the Dodgers scored five runs in the inning.

Justin Marks pitched five innings in earning the win. New Orleans starter William Cuevas took the defeat, working five innings.

Jake Elmore led New Orleans (54-79) with two RBIs. The Dodgers (71-65) had multi-hit nights from four hitters in the line-up.


New Orleans added Kyle Lobstein from inactive list and placed pitcher Mike Kickham on bereavement. ... The Cakes have one error in their last 131 innings played, a span of 14 games. The Cakes surrendered double digit runs for the 14 times this season, allowed it eight times last season. ... The club set a franchise record with 46 road losses, the team has dropped 44 in three other seasons.