Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap: August 29th, 2015

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Lansing 7

West Michigan 6

the Lugnuts out hit the Whitecaps 15 to 12 to improve to 70-60. Jon Wandling got his first Lansing win despite issuing 4 walks and allowing 3 runs over 5.2IP. Dusty Isaacs allowed 3 runs (2 bombs) in 1.1IP. Phil Kish (SV 7) collected a 2 inning save.

Josh Almonte K’ed 4 times out of the leadoff spot, but did manage to hit a double. Richard Urena was 3-for 5 with a run and two doubles. Michael De La Cruz was 4-for-5 with 3 singles and a double. D.J. Davis was 2-for-4 with 2 run and a walk. Urena, Jason Leblebijian and David Harris each swiped a bag.  Alex Maldonado collected 2 RBI with 2-outs.

Next: Justin Shafer 5-4 2.95 ERA

Vancouver 2

Spokane 3

Angel Perdomo walked 5 and struck out 3, while allowing 2 runs over 5 innings. Daniel Young and Sean Ratcliffe followed with 6 scoreless innings. Bob Wheatley (1-2, 5.60 ERA) took the loss allowing one run in the 12th inning.

Ryan Metzler and Ryan Hissey each had two hits. RBI’s came from Connor Panas and Earl Burl III. Hissey hit his first professional triple. Sean Hurley walked 3 times. The C’s ran into 4 outs,as they were 0-for-4 in stolen base attempts.

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  • Bluefield 3

    Danville 10

    Bluefield jumped out to an early 2-0 in the top of the 2, but saw the lead evaporate quickly in the bottom half, allowing 5 runs. Luis Sanchez fell to 1-4 allowing 6 runs (4 earned) over 5 innings. John Kravetz allowed a home run in his 2 innings of relief. Joe Claver allowed 3 runs in his one inning.

    Deiferson Barreto was the Jay to collect two hits, but DJ McKnight provided he big hit with a two run home run. Rodrigo Orozco went hitless.


    Jays 0

    Phillies 5

    Despite both team collecting 8 hits, it wsa the Phils that came out on top with  2 runs in the 1st and 3 in the 8th. Juan Nunez (4-1, 1.93 ERA) took his first loss, allowing 2 runs on 3 hits in 3 innings. Gustavo Pierre, Hunter Barnett, and Kelyn Jose combined to no-hit the Phillies over the 4 innings, before giving way to Gunner Eastman who allowed 3 runs in his one inning. Nate Abel pitched the final inning with one hit and 2 K’s.

    At the plate it was Nash McKinght and Cliff Brantley, but not much else. Nash had 2 singles and a double. Cliff collected 2 singles. Collectively, the Jays only drew one free pass and struck out 8 times.