Adron Chambers during practice the day before game one of the 2013 World Series. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap: Buffalo Bisons take two


Buffalo Bisons (34-36)

Game 1

The Bisons finished Wednesday’s game which was postponed due to severe thunderstorms, with Kyle Drabek picking up where Esmil Rogers left off. The Bisons hit 2 home runs and got 6 solid innings of shutout ball from Drabek and Booby Korecky in a 5-3 win.

 

Darin Mastroianni and Brad Glenn had 3-hits  in the game. Mastroianni and Jared Goedert went deep. Adron Chambers and Kevin Pillar had 2-hit days. In all the Bisons collected 13 hits and were 2-11 with RISP. Goedert supplied the Bisons with a big 3-run HR in the sixth to put them up out in front for good.

Darin Mastroianni- 3/5, R, HR(4), RBI(17)

Adron Chambers- 2/4, BB

Kevin Pillar- 2/5, 2B(18)

Dan Johnson- 0/3, R, 2BB, K

Brad Glenn- 3/5, 2R, K

A.J. Jimenez- 1/4, BB, K

Jared Goedert- 1/5, R, HR(9), 3RBI(34), 2K

Ryan Schimpf- 1/4, RBI(3), K

Ryan Goins- 0/3, BB, K  

 

Esmil Rogers- 3.0IP, 5H, 3R, 2BB, 2K

Kyle Drabek (W, 5-6)- 5.0IP, H, 2BB, K

Bobby Korecky (S,7)- 1.0IP, 2K  

Game 2

The Bisons won 7-4 in the second game of the double header. Brad Glenn continued his hot day by adding 2 more hits to the three he collected in Game 1. Brad hit his 3rd HR and collected RBI 15 and 16. Glenn was struggling a little since returning to the line up two weeks ago, but a day like today could be the start of another hot streak. Andy LaRoche went 3-3 with a HR and 2-RBI. 

Darin Mastroianni- 1/4

Ryan Goins- 0/4, K

Kevin Pillar- 2/3, R, 2B(19), BB

Dan Johnson- 0/4, 2K

Brad Glenn- 2/4, 2R, HR(3), 2-RBI(16), K

Jared Goedert- 0/2, R, BB

Andy LaRoche- 3/3, 3R, 2B(6), HR(1), 2-RBI(7)

Hector Gimenez- 0/2, RBI(5)

Jonathan Diaz- 1/3, 2-RBI(4)    

 

Austin Bibens-Dirkx (W, 2-1)- 5.0IP, 7H, 4R, 2BB, 3K, HR

Rob Rasmussen- 1.0IP, H, BB

Bobby Korecky (S, 8)- 1.0IP, K  

New Hampshire Fisher Cats (30-41)

The Fisher Cats won this extra innings affair 7-6. Down 6-3 entering the ninth inning, the Fisher Cats plated 3 to send the game into extra frames. Andy Burns smacked a single in the bottom of the 11th to score Kevin Nolan for win.

Kenny Wilson had a nice game, going 4-6 and collected his 15th stolen base. Jon Berti has been swinging a hot bat over the past week and he continued to do so with a 2-4 night. Berti is hitting .333 over the past 10 games. Another Fisher Cats that has quietly been hitting the ball well is Andy Burns. Burns has been struggling to find consistency at the plate all season long, is currently riding a 10-game hit streak. Burns is hitting .313/.429/.625 over the last 7 day and .259/.326/.435 over the last 28 days.

Kenny Wilson- 4/6, 2R, K, SB(15)

Jon Berti- 2/4, R, 2BB

Andy Burns- 1/4, 2-RBI(27), BB, K

Mike McDade- 2/5, 3-RBI(15), 2K

K.C. Hobson- 0/5, 3K Mike Crouse- 2/4, R, BB, K

Matt Newman- 1/4, R, 2B(7), RBI(11)

Jack Murphy- 1/5, RBI(4), K

Kevin Nolan- 1/4, 2R, 2B(8), BB    

 

Richard Bleier- 5.0IP, 7H, 4R, 4K, HR

Blake McFarland- 1.0IP, H, 2K

Tyler Ybarra- 1.0IP, H, R, 2BB

Dustin Antolin- 1.0IP, 3K

Arik Sikula- 1.0IP, 3H, R, BB, 3K

John Anderson (W,1-0)- 1.1IP, 2H, K  

Dunedin Blue Jays (47-23)

D-Jays continue to roll with a 5-4 win. They needed a big 4-run inning in the 7th to overcome a 3-0 deficit. The Clearwater Threshers tied the game in the top of 8th, before Marcus Knecht hit a run scoring walkoff single.

Dwight Smith Jr. 0/4, BB

Dalton Pompey- 2/4, R, 3B(5), RBI(34), BB, K

L.B. Dantzler- 2/5, RBI(2)

Marcus Knecht- 1/5, RBI(31)

Nick Baligod- 0/3, R, BB

Santiago Nessy- 1/3, R, 2B(2), RBI(2), BB, K

Emilio Guerrero- 1/2, R, BB, CS

Gustavo Pierre- 1/4, R, K

Peter Mooney- 0/3    

 

Matt Boyd- 5.0IP, 7H, 3R, 2BB, 6K

Efrain Nieves- 3.0IP, 6H, R, 2K

Wil Browning (W, 2-1)- 1.0IP, K  

Lansing Lugnuts (32-38)

Matt Dermody(3-4) got roughed up for 7 runs (5 ER) as the Lugnuts lost 10-4. It the Lugnuts 4th loss in 5 games.

The Lugnuts offence left 8 runner on base and were 4-12 with RISP. They had five players with multi-hit games, which included Dawel Lugo. Lugo went 3/4 and is now hitting .286 in June. Chaz Frank had a 2-hit game and has been tearing the cover off the ball over his last 10-games (.378/.452/.667). During this stretch, Frank has 5 SB, 5 multi-hit games, and 5/5 (BB/K). Another Lugnut who has been racking is Dickie Joe Thon. Thon has been hitting .329/.381/.411 over his past 20 games. Keep up the good work.  

 

D.J. Davis- 0/4, K

Derrick Loveless- 2/4, 2R, 3B(4), BB, 2K

Matt Dean- 0/3, 2-R, 2-BB, 2K

Mitch Nay- 2/4, RBI(35), 2K

Dawel Lugo- 3/4, 2-E(9,10)

Chaz Frank- 2/3, 2-RBI(11), BB, CS(3)

Justin Atkinson- 0/4

Micheal Reeves- 0/4, K

Dickie Joe Thon- 2/4, K

 

Matt Dermody (L,3-4)- 4.1IP, 9H, 7R, BB, 5K, HR

Adaric Kelly- 2.2IP, 5H, 3R, 2BB

Brady Dragmire- 1.0IP, H, 2K

Phil Kish- 1.0IP

Vancouver Canadians

Rained out

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  • Andrew van Laar

    Man Dwight smith jr had really cooled off… there goes my hope of him and pompey heading our lineup in the near future!

    • RyanMueller

      Hey Andrew,
      He was on fire in April, but May he only .250 and in June he is hitting sub-.200. Here is hoping that he make some adjustments and have a great July. Don’t be greed, you’ll have pompey soon enough. If Pompey moves to NH than that will open up a spot for my Chaz Frank with the D-Jays.