TULSA, OKLA. Logan Salow essentially gave the Dodgers no choice.
Salow moved up to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers within the organization on Friday as a result of his dominant pitching at the Advanced A level.
Opponents hit a measly .118 against the 24-year-old left-handed Ashland product during his time with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes this season. Salow compiled a 1.47 earned run average and racked up 71 strikeouts in 43 innings with the Quakes. He was 2-0 with five saves in 27 appearances.
Salow hasn’t allowed a run in his last 20 innings thrown. During that span, he’s surrendered six hits and tallied 34 punchouts.
The Dodgers selected Salow out of the University of Kentucky in the sixth round of the 2017 draft.
Salow is UK’s all-time saves leader. He helped guide Ashland to a pair of 16th Region championships. Years prior to suiting up for the Tomcats, he was a Dodger in Ashland National’s Major League.