Daniel Norris decent in first Triple-A start
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New Hampshire Fisher Cats (14-13, 4th)
The Fisher Cats continue to play .500 baseball with a 5-2 win over Reading.
The versatile Jon Berti, playing CF, continues his hot streak with a two hit game, both doubles. Berti has hit .362 with 17 hits in 10 games. The mighty SS Jorge Flores collected a hit and now has 9 hits over his last 4 games and is hitting .441 in his past 10 games.
Matt Boyd (W 2-1, 1.39 ERA) pitched into the 7th inning for the second time, throwing 84 pitches over 6.1IP. He allowed two run on 3 hits while walking 2 and striking out 4. Blake McFarland (2-0, 0.79 ERA) collected his 3rd save after retiring the final 5 batters.
Player of the Game: C Jack Murphy drove in 2 runs, going 2-for-4 with a double (2).
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Dunedin Blue Jays (12-15, 5th )
Jeremy Gabryszwski (L 1-1, 4.91 ERA) had a one of those days that you wish you could just do over. Jeremy only pitched one inning, giving up a a single, a strike out, a triple, a single, a single, soft ground out, a Dawel Lugo error, a ground-rule double, a single, and finally a strike out.
End of the 1st, Dunedin zero……Tampa 6. Tampa never looked back winning 9-1. Roemon Fields went 0-for-3 but managed to work 2 walks and swipe his 12th and 13th bases of the year. L.B. Dantzler, hitting .194, collected a pair of hits and is on a modest 4-game hit streak. He also drove in the clubs only run.
Player of the Game: Hard to find a player of the when you lose 9-1.
Up Next: Brad Allen vs Lakeland Kevin Ziomek
Lansing Lugnuts (15-10, Tied for 1st)
The Lugnuts split their double-header on Wednesday with a 7-2 win and 6-2 lose.
Making his Lugnut’s début Jesus Tinoco had a decent line.
4.0IP, 4H, zero runs, 2 BB, 3 K, 6GO, and 3 AO.
This is yet another live arm the Jays have hidden in their system. I don’t expect him to stay in Lansing, likely just here for the double-header. Tinoco will likely start the year with the Vancouver Canadians.
Starlyn Suriel (W 2-1, 2.96 ERA) gave up just one hit in one inning of work and collected win.
Boomer Collins hit his first of the year and drove in 3, in the 25-year-old third game. D.J. Davis, J.D. Davis, and Gunnar Heidt each had multi-hit games.
Player of the Game: D.J. Davis (2-for-4 with 2 runs, a strike out, and his 6th SB)
Chase Dejong (L 2-2, 3.86 ERA) got roughed up for 6 runs over 5IP, but did manage to induce 7 ground ball outs to only 2 fly ball outs. Chase just wasn’t fooling the Whitecaps, as they hit 4 doubles and a triple. Just one of those games.
The Lugnuts registered 4 hits while striking out 7 times and walking 3 times. They were 1-for-5 with RISP and only managed one extra-base hit (Rowdy Tellez).
Player of the Game: Tim Locastro, actually he gets it because he made an impact in both game. He drove in the clubs only earned run.
Up Next: Shane Dawson vs Fort Wayne’s Taylor Cox