Blue Jays Minor League Report: Early Edition


Mandatory Credit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

New Hampshire Fisher Cats (28-40)

The Fisher Cats got shutout 2-0. Scott Copeland took the loss after providing the Fisher Cats with 7.0IP strong innings. Copeland hasn’t allowed more than 2 runs in his last 3 starts and is averaging 6-7IP per start during this time.

The Fisher Cats offence has been shutout in the past two games, they have one walk and 17 strike outs in these games. They are have also been playing .500 baseball over the past 10 games which will do nothing to get them out of the basement. On the bright side the Fisher Cats are 8-5 in June are expected to get a shot of fresh blood with some recent promotions from the D-Jays (read more). Andy Burns and Yusuf Carter were the lone bright spots in the game. Burns had a double and stolen base, whereas Carter hit 2 singles.

Jonathan Jones– 0/4, 2K

Jon Berti– 0/4

Ryan Schimpf– 0/4, K

Mike McDade– 1/4, K

Andy Burns- 1/4, 2B, SB

Yusuf Carter- 2/3, K

Mike Crouse– 0/4, 3K

Jack Murphy– 1/2, BB

Kevin Nolan– 0/3, K

Scott Copeland (L, 5-6)- 7.0IP, 4H, 2R, BB, 4K, HR

Gregory Infante- 1.0IP, BB, 2K

Lansing Lugnuts (32-37)

The Lugnuts loss 2-1 to Great Lakes Loons. Jeremy Gabryszwski allowed one run in the 3rd and Scott Silverstein allowed another in the 9th for a walk off loss.

Chaz Frank was 2/4, a double, and 3 stolen bases, but that is all the offence that the Lugnuts would get. Matt Dean drove in the only run with a sacrifice to tie it up in the 9th. D.J. Davis and Matt Dean shared the sombrero in today’s game.

D.J. Davis- 0/4, 3K

Chaz Frank- 2/4, R, 2B, 3SB

Matt Dean 0/3, RBI, 3K

Mitch Nay 0/4, K

Dawel Lugo 0/3

Dickie Joe Thon– 0/2, BB

Jorge Saez– 1/3, K

Ian Parmley– 0/3

Jason Leblebijian– 0/3, K

Jeremy Gabryszwski- 5.0IP, 4H, R, BB, K

Roberto Espinosa– 2.2IP, H

Scott Silvertein (L, 6-3)- 1.0IP, 2H, R, K

Monday’s Starters

New Hampshire- Off Day

D-Jays- Kendall Graveman (5-2, 3.71 ERA)

Lugnuts- Off Day. All-Star game on Tuesday