Minor League Recap: System goes 0-for-4

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New Hampshire Fisher Cats (12-11, 4th)

The Fisher Cats got a good pitching performance from Taylor Cole (L 0-3, 5.92ERA)  in 2-1 loss to Binghamton Mets. Cole line looked like this 5.0IP, 7H, 2R, BB, K. Danny Barnes and Scott Barnes shut the Barnes door the rest of the way with 3 innings of perfect relief.

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3B Jon Berti, playing out of position, had one of his best games in the young season. He went 2-for-4 with a double (3). Dwight Smith Jr. continues his hot start and has 12 hits in the last 10 games. Matt Newman has hits in his last 4 games.

Up Next: TBD vs Binghamton’s John Gant

Dunedin Blue Jays (10-13, 5th )

The D-Jays allowed 8 runs to Clearwater for the second time in three games, losing 8-2. Brad Allen (L 0-3, 6.12ERA) gave up 7 runs on 9 hits. He struck out one and walked 2. He fell victim to the long ball, giving up 2 home runs in the 2nd and 4th innings. Alberto Tirado allowed one run in 3 inning of relief. Alberto also walk one batter and struck out 2. Brady Dragmire pitched a perfect 9th, stranded the one single he allowed.

Derrick Loveless had two runs, a single and a triple. David Harris and Jorge Saez drove in Dunedin’s only 2-runs.

Up Next: Jayson Aquino vs Clearwater’s Victor Arano

Lansing Lugnuts (14-9, Tied for 1st)

The Lugnuts their second game, 10-4, to Bowling Green. The loss has allowed Bowling Green to caught the Lugnuts atop the Midwest Eastern Division. Starter Shane Dawson (L 2-2, 1.57ERA) pitched well through 5, but was let down by his bullpen. Dawson allowed one run on 4 hits while striking out 4 and not issuing any free passes. Carlos Ramirez allowed 3 runs in his one inning of work, Colton Turner allowed 4 runs over his 2 innings of work, and closer Phil Kish allowed 2 run in his one inning.

Anthony Alford, Ryan McBroom, Justin Atkinson, and Tim Locastro each collected two hit a piece. Locastro had the big hit for the Lugnuts as he connected on his first home run, a 3-run shot, of 2015 and as a member of the Lugnuts. Alford, McBroom, and Atkinson each had a single and a double.

Up Next:Conner Greene vs Bowling Green’s Enderson Franco