Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap: July 31st 2015

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There were still minor league games that needed to be played after the dust settled from this year’s Trade Deadline and the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system, or what’s left of it, went 4-4 on July 31st. For the first time in a very long time, the entire system did not hit a home run….including the parent Blue Jays.

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    Buffalo Bisons: 2

    Pawtucket: 1

    Randy Wolf and Jess Todd were locked in a pitchers duel that went 13 innings. Wolf allowed one run in 8 innings. Steve Delabar, Gregory Infante and Greg Burke (3-0, 0.61 ERA) pitched 5 innings of 3 hit scoreless relief. Burke pitched 3 innings, striking out 5 for the win.

    Randy Wolf’s K’s

    Jon Berti’s walk off

    Jon Berti hit his first Triple-A double, went 4-for-6, drove in a run and scored a run. Matt Hague was hitless. Dalton Pompey, Andy Burns, Alex Hassan (2/6), Melky Mesa (1/6 with a 2B), Caleb Gindl, and Josh Thole each collected hits.

    New Hampshire Fisher Cats: 3

    Reading: 5

    Shane Opitz and Jorge Flores both has 2 hits while batting one and two in the order; unfortunately, the Fisher Cats heart of the order managed to go just 2-for 11. K.C. Hobson and Matt Newman drove in the clubs 2 earned runs.

    Casey Lawrence (10-10, 4.63 ERA) allowed 5 runs over 7 innings, allowing 9 hits, 2 walks, and 9 strike outs. Casey throw 67 of his 101 pitches for strikes and 9 ground ball outs. Luis Perez pitched 2 scoreless inning to finish the game.

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