OGDEN -- The Pioneer League's most dynamic slugging duo is being broken up just as another Ogden Raptor tried to make it a trio. Ogden outfielders Jerry Sands and Angelo Songco, hitting third and fourth in the lineup, have been tearing up the top of the charts in the Triple Crown categories, battling for the league lead in home runs, RBIs and batting average. As of Monday night, Songco held the edge over his teammate in home runs (7 to Sands' 6), RBIs (tied for first at 22 to Sands' 21) and slugging percentage (.767 to .718). Sands leads the league in batting average, hitting .410, while Songco checks in at sixth (.370). Each hit a grand slam in the past week. After a travel day Tuesday, the Raptors return to action tonight against Great Falls to begin a seven-game road trip. First pitch is set for 7 p.m. Songco, however, is on his way to a different Great -- the Los Angeles Dodgers' Class A affiliate in Great Lakes, Mich. -- promoted after just 19 games in rookie league ball. Meanwhile, another Raptors outfielder, Brian Cavazos-Galvez, enters tonight's game having homered in four consecutive games to rocket into a tie for second with Sands with six homers apiece. Cavazos-Galvez, a University of New Mexico product, is hitting .284 with 14 RBIs and is tied for second in the league in doubles (9). Ogden leads the league in team batting average (.294) and home runs (29). Songco, a fourth-round draft pick in June, has been replaced on the Raptors roster by outfielder Blake Smith, the Dodgers' second-round choice at No. 56 overall. The key to Songco's early success is "staying within myself, playing the way I know how to play," he said. Sunday night, Songco said consistency would be the key to earning a promotion. "I'm playing hard. That's all I'm trying to do and luckily it's working out," he said. Monday, he got word of his call-up from Ogden manager Damon Berryhill. "It's crazy how it all of a sudden happened, especially when we were talking about it (Sunday) night," Songco said. "I was obviously pretty excited when I found out." After a season in the Gulf Coast League, Sands came prepared to make an impact. He spent five games at Great Lakes before being assigned to Ogden. "I had a plan this year, what I wanted to do," Sands said. "My power numbers were up (last season), but I struggled with consistency. This year, I just wanted to work on that; get a solid approach at the plate and not miss the balls that I missed last year." Sands' average had dipped below .400, but three hits Monday, including a pair of doubles, took care of that. It's fun to hit in the order with someone else who's tearing it up as well, Sands said. "I think we kind of give each other a little bit of momentum, a little bit of spark, a little bit of competition," Sands said. "I always say when we go up one over each other (in home runs), we've got to catch each other," Sands said. Now, Sands will have share that friendly competition with Cavazos-Galvez, though he wouldn't mind joining Songco again. "You've definitely got to play every day like you want to be moved up," Sands said.