Mar 15, 2014; Port Charlotte, FL, USA; Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Sean Nolin (35) pitches during the first inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Charlotte Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap: Nolin dominant in first rehab start


Double A- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (44-52)

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats lost their 52nd game of the season Monday afternoon to the Portland Sea Dogs 6-2.

Casey Lawrence was unable to shut down the Sea Dogs offence who roughed Lawrence up early in the second inning when they parlayed a lead-off walk with a single and double to make it 2-0. Andy Fermin would answer back with his third home-run of the season but Portland retaliated once again in the bottom half of the third to make it 4-1.

The Fisher Cats added another run but were unable to quiet the Sea Dogs bats as they rallied for two more runs and won their 63rd game of the campaign.

John Berti- 1/4, K

Kevin Nolan- 1/4

Matt Newman- 2/4

Michael Crouse- 1/4

Andy Burns- 1/3, RBI

K.C Hobson- 0/3, 3 K, BB

Derrick Chung- 1/4

Jorge Flores- 1/4

Andy Fermin- 1/4, RBI, HR (3)

 

Casey Lawrence (L, 6-5) 5.0 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

Scott Gracey- 2.0 IP, 3 H, ER, K

Gregory Infante- 1.0 IP, H, Er, BB, K

Dunedin Blue Jays (57-37)

The D-Jays lost another game to the Fort Myers Miracle 8-2 Monday night, now their 37th loss of the season.

The Jays came out to a rough start as starting pitcher Ben White was roughed up for six runs in the first inning. White settled down to pitch six full frames but the Jays were unable to mount a come back in the later innings.

Nick Baligod- 2/3, K

a- Ian Parmley 0/1

Peter Mooney- 1/5

Dwight Smith Jr. – 2/4

Kevin Patterson- 0/3, BB

Emilio Guerrero- 1/4

L.B Dantzler- 1/4, K

Gustavo Pierre- 0/4, K

Jorge Saez- 2/4, RBI

Christian Lopes- 0/2, 2 BB

 

Ben White- (L, 4-6) 6.0 IP, 10 H, 7 ER, 2 BB, 4 K

Justin Jackson- 1.0 IP, 2 H, ER, K

Griffin Murphy- 1.0 IP, H

Lansing Lugnuts (44-49)

The Lansing Lugnuts defeated Bowling Green Monday night 11-6 to clinch their 44th win of the season.

In an all offence, little defence affair, the Lugnuts brought out their best bats as they surged for 10 runs from the third to the sixth inning. A lot of the offensive production can be attributed to a big day from Dawel Lugo who went 2/5 on the night, hitting his second home-run of the season but driving in a remarkable five RBI. David Harris and Derrick Loveless hit their own home-runs to help defeat the Hod Rods despite being outhit 14-13 in the game.

David Harris-2/4, HR (4), RBI, K

Derrick Loveless-1/4, HR (5), 2 RBI, 2 BB

Mitch Nay-1/5, BB, K

Matt Dean-1/4, BB, K

Dawel Lugo-2/5, HR (2), 5 RBI, 2 K

D.J Davis-0/5

Dickie Jon Thon- 1/3, K

Jason Leblebijian- 0/1, K

Justin Atkinson-3/5, RBI

Daniel Klein- 2/5, RBI, K

 

Jeremy Gabryszwski- 4.0 IP, 9 H, 5 ER, 2 K

Matt Dermody- (W, 4-4) 3.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 5 K

Jimmy Cordero- 1.0 IP, 3 H, ER, 2 BB

Scott Silverstein- 1.0 IP, 0 ER, K

Vancouver Canadians (19-12)

The Canadians defeated the Eugene Emeralds by a final score of 9-2 at home Monday evening.

The Canadians high powered offence was in full force Monday night, scoring seven runs in the bottom of the third inning thanks mostly to a two run triple by Franklin Barreto and three-run home-run by Michael De La Cruz.

Roemon Fields- 1/3, RBI, K

Brendan Kalfus- 0/1

Tim Locastro-1/4, RBI, K

Franklin Barreto-1/4, 2 RBI

Ryan McBroom-1/3, RBI

Seth Conner- 0/1

Chris Carlson-1/3, BB, K

Michael De La Cruz-1/4, HR (1), 3 RBI, K

Alexis Maldonado-1/3, BB, K

Boomer Collins-02, BB, K

Christian Vazquez-1/2, BB

 

Jairo Labourt- 4.2 IP, 6 H, 2 BB, 6 K

Francisco Gracequi- (W, 2-0) 1.1 IP, 2 K, 0 ER

Alberto Tirado- 1.0 IP, H, ER, BB, K

Kamakani Usui- 2.0 IP, H, ER, BB, 2 K

 

DSL Blue Jays (17-21)

The DSL Blue Jays defeated the Pirates 5-4 in Monday morning’s game.

Rodrigo Orocozo- 1/5, K

Jesus Severino- 1/5, 2 K

Enmanuel Moreta-  2/4, BB, K

Javier Hernandez- 0/2, 2 RBI, K

Bryan Lizardo- 0/3, BB, K

Ronniel Demorizi- 1/4, RBI

Francisco Rodriguez- 0/2, 2 BB

Miguel Almonte- 2/4

Edward Olivares- 1/4

 

Juliandry Higuera- (W, 1-3) 5.1 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

Guillermo De La Cruz- 0.2 IP, H, 2 BB, K

Jairo Rosario- 1.2 IP, H, 2 ER, 2 BB

Luis Gomez- 1.1 IP, 2 H, BB

GSL Blue Jays (6-14) 

Monday afternoon’s game featured a strong first rehab start by Sean Nolin who went 2.1 IP, allowing one hit and striking out five. However, the Jays lost by a final score of 8-7.

Lane Thomas- 1/4, RBI, BB, 2 K

Shane Ortiz- 0/3

Deiferson Barreto- 1/2

Juan Kelly- 1/5, K

Juan Tejada- 2/5, 2 K

Freddy Rodriguez- 0/3

-Edwin Fuentes- 1/1, RBI

Yeltsin Gudino- 0/4, RBI, BB

Matt Morgan- 2/3, RBI, BB, K

Dave Pepe- 0/3, RBI, BB, K

Trey Pascazi- 0/4

 

Sean Nolin- 2.1 IP, H, 5 K

Sean Ratcliffe- (L, 0-1), 2 H, 3R/2 ER, 4 BB

Patrick Murphy- 1.2 IP, 3 H, 2 R/ER, BB, SO

Brandon Hinkle- 1.1 IP, H, ER, K

Nick Wells- 3.0 IP, H, 2R/0 ER, 2 BB, 2 K

Bluefield Blue Jays (13-12)

In a well fought match, Bluefield lost by a final score of 4-2 to the Princeton Rays. Matt Smoral struggled on the night, hurling three innings, allowing two earned runs on six hits, walking two and striking out five.

Richard Urena- 1/5

Austin Davis- 1/4, K

Josh Almonte- 2/4, 2 K

Trent Miller- 1/4

Rowdy Tellez- 1/4

Gabriel Cenas- 1/4, RBI, K

Dan Jansen- 1/3, BB

Rolando Segorvia- 1/3, HR (2), RBI, BB

Jesus Gonzalez- 1/4, 2 K

 

Matthew Smoral- (L, 1-2) 3.0 IP, 6 H, 3 R/ 2 ER, 2 BB, 5 K

Chase Wellbrock- 1.0 IP, BB, K

Alberto Guzman- 2.0 IP, H, BB, K

Carlos Ramirez- 2.0 IP, 2 H, ER

 

 

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  • RyanMueller

    Fun fact: fields had two steals for the C’s to set a new club record for most steals in a season. We can expect that total to grow unless he gets the call to Lansing, which wouldn’t be a bad idea considering how much older he is compared to his competition.

    • Andrew van Laar

      Loving Fields! Dare we hope for our own Billy Hamilton? *drools*

      • RyanMueller

        If we can’t dream than want can we do? Billy Hamilton is quit the talent. Fields needs to be moved to Lansing so we can start seeing what we have here. Just like one of my favorites this year Chaz Frank needs to get more playing time.

        • Andrew van Laar

          How come you are so high on Frank? Other than his ability to REALLY take a walk, there isn’t anything else that stands out to me stat wise. Enlighten me please :D

          • RyanMueller

            That’s about it really. I like any player who can draw the same amount of walk (more would be nice) than strike outs. Frank plays good in the field, runs the bases well and can use his speed (average-ish) to steal a base. Seems like a smart player and in a day when all we look at is skills we forget to look at brains and IQ