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Blue Jays Minor League Recap: Wild Pitches & Extra Innings

Welcome to the Blue Jays Minor League Recap. All teams in the Blue Jays minor league system were in action Wednesday. Let’s take a look at how they did.

 

 

 

Buffalo Bisons (66-58)

 

The Bisons blew a late 2-0 lead in the ninth and ended up losing the match 3-2 to the Norfolk Tides. The Herd’s starter, Mr Sean Nolin pitched 6 beautiful innings. He shut out the Tides on 3 hits and 7 strikeouts. The bullpen did a good job taking the shutout through to the ninth.

On paper, it looks like Bobby Korecky let this one get away. He came on in the final inning and recorded just one out while giving up 3 hits. Steve Delabar came in the hopes of finishing off the night. And, he did. Just not the way Gary Allenson had hoped. With one run already in, Delabar was tasked with intentionally walking Jimmy Paredes.
“What is up with Steve Delabar this year?”
The first pitch of the INTENTIONAL WALK sequence sailed above Sean Ochinko‘s glove for a wild pitch that allowed the tying run to score. With Paredes still at the plate, Delabar threw ANOTHER wild pitch to allow the go ahead run to score. These runs were credited to Korecky. What is up with Delabar this year?

 

The offense, who managed just 2 runs all game could not stage a dramatic bottom of the ninth come back. Their two runs came off the bat of Cole Gillespie who hit a solo home run. Edwin Encarnacion went 1/4 in the leadoff spot.

 

Edwin Encarnacion- 1B 1/4
Darin Mastroianni- CF 1/4, R, K
Kevin Pillar- LF 1/4, K
Brad Glenn- RF 0/3, K
Cole Gillespie- DH 1/4, R, 2RBI
Ryan Goins- SS 0/3, BB, K
Jared Goedert- 3B 0/3, BB
Ryan Schimpf- 2B 1/3
Sean Ochinko- C 0/3, K

 

Sean Nolin 6IP, 3H, 0ER, 7K
Ryan Tepara (H) 1IP, H, 2K
Rob Rasmussen (H) 1IP, K
Bobby Korecky (H)(L) 0.1IP, 3H, 3ER, K
Steve Delabar (BS) 0.2IP, BB, 2K

 

 

New Hampshire FisherCats (59-63)

 

The FisherCats had their game postponed and will play a doubleheader Thursday against the Richmond Flying Squirrels.

 

Dunedin Blue Jays (71-50)

 

The Blue Jays exploded in the 10th inning for 4 runs and to beat the Clearwater Threshers 9-5. Dwight Smith Jr and Marcus Knecht led off the 10 with hits. Gustavo Pierre drove them in with a 2RBI hit.

Then L.B. Dantzler drove Pierre and himself in with a 2 run home run. By the time this back and forth matchup was complete, Dantzler had 4 RBI and Pierre had 3.

 

Christian Lopes- 2B 0/5, 2K
Nick Baligod- LF 0/4, BB, K
Dwight Smith Jr- CF 2/2, 3R, 3BB
Marcus Knecht- RF 3/5, 3R
Kevin Patterson- DH 2/5, R, 2RBI, 2K
Gustavo Pierre- 3B 1/5, R, 3RBI, K
L.B. Dantzler- 1B 2/5, R, 4RBI, K
Jorge Saez- C 0/5, 2K
Peter Mooney- SS 2/5, K

 

Jesse Hernandez- 5IP, 7H, 3ER, BB, K, HR
Hunter Carnivale- (H) 1IP
Danny Barnes- (H) 1IP, 2K
Chad Girodo- (BS)(W) 3IP, 2H, 2ER, 3K, HR

 

Lansing Lugnuts (54-66)

 

The Lugnuts were involved in some wild pitches, like the Bisons. Except, they were on the receiving end. they scored the go ahead run in the 7th off of two Fort Wayne TinCaps wild pitches. The Lugnuts went on to win the game 3-2. At least the wild pitches did not come whilst attempting the INTENTIONAL WALK. Yeesh.

 

Ian Parmley- LF 0/0, 3BB
Chaz Frank- DH 0/4, 3K
Mitch Nay- 3B 0/4
Matt Dean- 1B 2/4, R
Dawel Lugo- SS 1/4, R
D.J. Davis- CF 1/4, RBI
Derrick Loveless- RF 2/3, BB
David Harris- 2B 2/4, RBI, K
Daniel Klein- C 1/3, R, K

 

Brent Powers- 5IP, H, 4BB, 7K
Jimmy Cordero- (BS) 1.2, 3H, 2R, ER, BB, K
Scott Silverstein- (W) 0.2IP, BB
Roberto Espinosa- (H) 0.2IP, K
Brady Dragmire- (S) 1IP, K

 

Vancouver Canadians (34-24)

 

Like Dunedin, the Canadians played extra baseball. They pulled off a crazy, dramatic ending to 14 inning affair against the Everett Aquasox. With the bases loaded in the 14th and a 6-6 tie, the wild pitch struck again! Everett pitcher, Sam Lindquist uncorked a wild one and Canadians outfielder Brendan Kalfus broke from third. He slid in with the winning run. A sold out crowd at Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium were treated to a pretty entertaining finish.

 

Tim Locastro- DH 1/8, R
Franklin Barreto-SS 3/6, 2R, RBI, 2BB, K
Chris Carlson-LF 1/4, 2RBI, K
Roemon Fields-PR-CF 0/2, R
Ryan McBroom-1B 1/5, K
Alexis Maldonado-PR
Seth Conner-1B 1/2, RBI, K
Gunnar Heidt-2B 1/6, R, RBI, BB
Boomer Collins-RF 1/6, BB
Mike Reeves-C 1/6, BB
Ryan Metzler-3B 1/4, R, K
Trent Miller-PH 0/1
Christian Vazquez-3B 0/2
Brenden Kalfus- CF-LF 1/4, R, 3BB, 2K

 

Chase Mallard 5IP, 5H, 6K
Jonathon Wandling (BS) 1IP, 2H, ER, 2K
Brett Barber 1IP, 4H, 4ER, K
Jose Fernandez 2IP, BB, 2K
Phil Kish 2IP, H, 2K
Michael Kraft 2IP, 3H, ER, BB, 4K
Adaric Kelly (W) 1IP, K

 

Bluefield Blue Jays (24-29)

 

The Blue Jays could not muster much in the way of offense on Wednesday. They lost 7-3 to the Princeton Rays. they were shut out in 7 of their 9 innings. The Blue Jays starter, Jesus Tinoco, did not help his team much either. In 3 innings of work, he walked 5 batters.

Richard Urena-SS 1/4, R, 2K
Lane Thomas-LF 2/3, R, BB
Josh Almonte-CF 0/4, K
Rowdy Tellez-1B 2/4, 2RBI, 2K
Gabriel Cenas-3B 0/4
Sean Hurley-DH 1/4, R, RBI, K
Jesus Gonzalez-RF 1/4
Angel Rojas-2B 0/4, K
Andres Sotillo-C 0/3, K

 

Jesus Tinoco- 3IP, 3R, 2ER, 5BB, 6K
Carlos Ramirez- 2IP, 3H, 3ER, BB, 4K, HR
Alberto Guzman- 2IP, H, ER, BB, 2K
Kamakani Usui- 1IP, 2K

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