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Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap: Delabar struggles in Bisons defeat

Buffalo Bisons (45-42)

The Bison loss 7-6. Steve Delabar came into the 9th with a 6-4 lead and gave up the lead by serving up a home run and 3 runs for the loss and the blown save.

Ryan Schimpf and Kevin Pillar provide the Bisons offensive attack with 2 hits a piece as the Bisons jumped out in front early with 2 runs in the 1st and 2nd innings. The Bisons collected five 2-out RBI in the game.

Ryan Goins-0/5, K

Cory Aldridge- 2/4, 2R, HR, 2-RBI, BB

Kevin Pillar- 2/5, 2B(23), K

Dan Johnson- 1/2, R, RBI(52), 2BB, K

Erik Kratz- 2/5, RBI(13), K

A.J. Jimenez- 0/3, 2BB, K

Jared Goedert- 0/5, 2K

Ryan Schimpf- 2/4, 2R, 2B(2), HR(3), RBI(6), K

Kenny Wilson- 1/4, 2B(3), 2K

 

Liam Hendriks-  6.0IP, 6H, 2R, BB, 8K

Ryan Tepera- 1.0IP, H, R

Rob Rasmussen- 0.2IP, H, R, K

Steve Delabar (BS, 1)(L, 0-1)- 1.0IP, 3H, 3R, 2K, HR

 

New Hampshire Fisher Cats (39-45)

Postponed due to Arthur

 

Dunedin Blue Jays (52-32)

The D-Jays win 5-1. The D-Jays used a 3-run 6th inning to break a 1-1 pitchers dual. Frank Viola got his first High-A Ball win going 6 strong and only allowing one run on 5 hits. Viola got 11 ground ball outs.

Dwight Smith Jr. must be loving life in the cleanup spot because he has been raking since being moved there. He collected 2 doubles on 4 hits.

Nick Baligod - 1/5,R,RBI(18)

Andy Fermin- 0/5, K

Dwight Smith Jr.- 2/4, 2-2B(16,17), RBI(34)

Marcus Knecht- 0/4, BB, K

L.B. Dantzler- 0/4

Emilio Guerrero- 1/4, R, 3K, SB(2)

Kevin Patterson- 1/3, R, BB

Jorge Saez- 0/1, R, 3BB

Christian Lopes- 1/1, R, 2BB

 

Frank Viola (W, 1-0)- 6.0IP, 1H, R, 4BB

Chad Girodo (S,2)- 3.0IP, H, BB, 3K

 

Lansing Lugnuts (41-43)

The Lugnuts won 2-1. The Great Lakes Loons scored in the top 14th to take a 1-0 lead, but the Lugnuts countered with 2 in the bottom of the 14 for the victory.

Anthony Alford is tearing up Single-A ball with a 4-hit game, he collected his first double and stole his 4th base in 3-games.

Anthony Alford- 4/6, 2B(1), K, SB(4)

D.J. Davis- 0/6, 3K

Matt Dean- 1/5, R, BB, K

Mitch Nay- 2/6, R, K, SB(3)

Derrick Loveless- 0/4, BB, 2K

Dickie Joe Thon- 0/5, BB, 2K

Jason Leblebijian- 1/6, RBI(34), K

Michael Reeves- 0/6, RBI(5)

Chaz Frank- 1/4, BB

 

Shane Dawson- 5.0IP, 3H, 3BB, 3K

Scott Silverstein- 2.2IP, H, BB, 2K

Phil Kish- 4.1IP, 3K

Adaric Kelly (W, 1-3)- 2.0IP, 3H, R, 2K

 

Vancouver C’s (13-9)

The C’s lose 10-3. The C’s allowed a 4-run 3rd, and a 3-run 5th and 6th inning. Going 1 for 8 with RISP doesn’t help a team erase 7-run deficit. Chris Carlson seems to be heating up, extending his hit streak to 5 games. Roemon Fields, Ryan McBroom, and Alexis Maldonado continue to hit well over their past 10 games.

Roemon Fields- 1/4, RBI, K

Tim Locastro- 1/4, SB(10)

Franklin Barreto- 0/3, R, BB, K

Ryan McBroom- 2/4, 2B(6), RBI(10), K

Chris Carlson- 1/4, K

Michael De La Cruz- 0/3, K

Boomer Collins- 0/4, 2K

Alexis Maldonado- 2/3, 2R, 2B(2), K

Christian Vazquez- 0/3

 

Justin Shafer (L, 0-2)- 3.0IP,45H, 4R, 2BB, 3K, HR

Mark Biggs- 2.0IP, 4H, 3R, 2BB, 3K

Alberto Tirado- 2.0IP, 3H, 3R, BB, K, HR

Joe Lovecchio- 1.0IP, 3K

 

DSL Blue Jays (13-17)

DSL Blue Jays won 7-2. Both teams played sloppy D, committing 3 errors each. Luis Sanchez started the season as a RP but after perfect 3IP in May and  a very good June, he has secured himself a starting role moving forward.

Rodrigo Orozco- 20/3, R, RBI(11), 2BB, K, SB(11)

Jesus Severino- 1/5, R, 2-RBI(14), K, 2E(22)

Ronniel Demorizi- 2/4, 2R, 2B(4), BB

Javier Hernandez- 3/4, R, 2B(9), 3-RBI(10), CS

Enmanuel Moreta- 1/4, 2K

Francisco Rodriguez- 0/4, R, K, SB(3), E(2)

Luis Dominguez- 0/5, K

Junior Vasquez- 1/3, BB, K

Leudy Garcia- 1/3, R, BB

 

Luis Sanchez (W, 2-0)- 5.0IP, 2H, R, 2BB, 3K

Jairo Rosario- 2.0IP, H, R, 2BB, 3K

Manuel Cordova- 2.0IP, H, R, 2BB, 3K

 

GCL Blue Jays (3-9)

The GCL BLue Jays lose big 13-4. The Blue Jays allowed 4 in the 1st and were able to claw they way back to 5-4 in the 5th but 2 in the 6th, one in the 8th and 5 in 9th crushed them.

Lane Thomas- 0/3, R, 2BB, K, CS

Yeltsin Gudino- 2/5, R, RBI, 2K

Juan Kelly- 1/4, K

Edwin Fuentes- 3/4, R, 2-2B, 2RBI, 3-E

Angel Gomez- 0/3, BB

Matt Morgan- 0/4, 2K, E

Freddy Rodriguez- 1/4, E

Deiferson Barreto- 2/4, R, 2K

Dave Pepe- 0/4

 

Patrick Murphy (L, 0-1)- 0.1IP, 5H, 4R, BB, K

Daniel Rodriguez- 4.2IP, 4H, R, 5K

Joe Claver- 1.0IP, 2H, 2R

Francisco Diaz- 2.2IP, 5H, 5R, 2BB, K

Jonathan Torres- 0.1IP, R, 2BB, K

 

Bluefield (6-9)

Bluefield were shutout 5-0. They could only muster 2 hits and struck out 14 times and weren’t able to work a single walk.

 

Richard Urena- 1/4, K

Angel Rojas- 0/4, 3K

Josh Almonte- 0/4, 3K

Rowdy Tellez- 0/3, K

Dan Jansen- 1/3

Gabriel Cenas- 0/2, K, SB

James Lynch- 0/3, 2K

Trent Miller- 0/3, K

Austin Davis- 1/2, R, K

 

Matthew Smoral (L, 0-1)- 4.0IP, 7H, 5R, 2BB, 5K

Chase Wellbrock- 2.0IP, 4K

Carlos Ramirez- 1.0IP, H, K

Jordan Romano- 1.0IP, H, K

All stats and scores are provided by Milb.com

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