Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap: August 28th, 2015

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Vancouver 8

Spokane 7

The C’s won this slug-fest. Ryan Metzler (3/4), Rolando Segovia (3/4), Connor Panas (2/5, 2B), and Justin Atkinson (2/5) all had multi-hit games. Metzler scored 3 runs, hit a double, walked twice, and drove in a RBI. Leadoff man Gunnar Heidt (1/4) scored 2 runs, 2BB, and stole his 17th base. Segovia hit his 2nd triple, scored a run, drove in a run and drove in a run.

Taylor Saucedo had a rare rough start, allowing 6 runs over 4 innings. Stuart Holmes shutout the Indians over 2 innings. Andrew Case allowed one run in his 2 innings, and Turner Lee got the win with 2 no-hit innings to finish things off.

Game 2

Vancouver 0

Spokane 4

The Indians almost no-hit the C’s. Juan Kelly registered the C’s only hit.

Francisco Rois pitched well enough to win, allowing 2 runs on 7 hits over 5 innings. Michael Kraft pitched the final frame and allowed 2 runs on a home run.

Bluefield 1

Danville 4

The Jays fell to 23-40 with another loss. Rodrigo Orozco accounted for 3 of the Jays 7 hits. Nick Sinay struck out 3 times but had the only RBI. Christian Williams had two hits and walk.

Geno Encina (1-3, 4.04 ERA) took the loss, allowing 4 runs on 11 hits. He gave up 2 HR and struck out 5 over 5 innings. Zak Wasilewski and Jackson Lowery combined to shut the Braves out over the final 3 innings.


Jays 7

Phillies 4

The Phillies committed 4 errors, which resulted in 3 unearned runs. Edward Olivares was 1-for-3 with runs scores, an RBI, a walk, and 2 stolen bases out of the clean up spot. Lance Jones (2/4), Levi Scott (2/4), Owen Spiwak (2/4), and Robert Lucido (2/4) each had multi-hit games for the GCL Jays.

Guadalupe Chavez (3-1, 2.37ERA) continues to impress in his first professional season with 3 K’s, one run on 4 hits over 5 innings for the win. Denis Diaz and Osman Gutierrez pitched the next two innings and each K’ed 2 and no-hit the Phillies. Griffin Glaude followed with 0.2IP, allowing 3 runs. Mike Estevez walked two and K’ed one, as he followed Glaude. Nate Abel picked up his first save, a one batter save.