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The entire Toronto Blue Jays organization went winless, with a record of 0-6 on August 27th, 2015. Top performers were Todd Redmond, Juliandry Higuera, Nick Sinay, Connor Panas, Josh Almonte, and Anthony Alford. After a successful season the DSL and GCL team are done for 2015.
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The Bisons are 2-8 in their past 10 games and fell 8.0GB with the loss, despite getting an excellent outing from its starter Todd Redmond (2-6, 4.07 ERA). Redmond throw 65 of his 88 pitches for strikes and got 6 ground ball outs compared to just one fly ball out. He struck out 5 over 6 innings, without walking a batter. Greg Burke and Ben Rowen combined to throw 3 inning of no-hit relief.
Next: Andrew Albers 2-9, 4.98 ERA
New Hampshire 5
The Fisher Cats fell to 63-65 as veteran Austin Bibens-Dirkx (5-8, 4.45ERA) was rocked for 8 run s (3 ER) on 5 hits, 5 walks and one home run allowed. Danny Barnes held the Mets in check, not allowing a run in two and third innings. Luis Perez allowed one run on a hit and 2 walks in an inning.
Potential September call-up Roemon Fields was 2-for-4 with 2 runs, a walk and 3 stolen bases (18)…exactly what you need from a leadoff hitter. Emilio Guerrero (2/5) drove in 2 runs, Melky Mesa, Ryan Schimpf, and K.C. Hobson drove in the clubs other runs. Derrick Chung (0/2) walked 3 times. Jorge Flores was 1-for-4 with an error.
Next: Taylor Cole (6-10, 4.45 ERA)