Scores and analysis for Toronto Blue Jays minor league games played on Monday, May 30th
Buffalo Bisons (26-25) – 4
Columbus Clippers (29-21) – 5
Buffalo and Columbus remained locked at four from the fifth inning on, needing extra innings before the Clippers plated the winning run in the top of the 12th.
Domonic Brown led the way offensively, going 3-for-6 with a double, two RBIs, and a stolen base. Alexi Casilla doubled twice in a 2-for-5 day and third baseman Matt Dominguez went 2-for-6. Dalton Pompey left the game with an injury, but the early hope is that it will only keep him day-to-day.
Chris Leroux allowed four runs, all unearned, on seven hits over six innings. Ben Rowen and Bo Schultz both pitched two innings of shutout ball before handing off to Chad Jenkins, who allowed the winning run on three hits over two innings.
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (23-26) – 9
Reading Fightin Phils (33-18) – 1
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Casey Lawrence got back on the right track, throwing seven innings of one-run ball and needing just 74 pitches (54 strikes). Colt Hynes struck out a pair in one and a third of work before Wil Browning cleaned up the rest of the ninth.
Jon Berti sparked the Fisher Cats from the top of the lineup, going 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI. Rowdy Tellez was 2-for-3 and scored twice while second baseman Christian Lopes produced three RBIs in a 3-for-4 day.
Dunedin Blue Jays (22-29)
Daytona Tortugas (23-28) – PPD
Lansing Lugnuts (25-24) – 5
South Bend Cubs (31-18) – 4
Lansing stole the final game against a talented Cubs team with another strong outing from left-hander Ryan Borucki, who has looked much more comfortable since dropping down from Dunedin. Borucki pitched seven innings, allowing three earned runs on seven hits. After Patrick Murphy allowed a single run in his lone inning of relief work, Dusty Isaacs entered to grab his ninth save of the season.
Carl Wise sparked the offence with his first home run of the season while Joe Kelly‘s 2-for-5 day included his 16th double of the season and two RBIs. Gunnar Heidt was 2-for-5 out of the leadoff spot and Max Pentecost went 1-for-4 with a single and a walk.
Sean Reid-Foley (2-3, 3.65 ERA) is scheduled to pitch on Tuesday night for the Lugnuts.