Scores and analysis for Toronto Blue Jays minor league games played on Sunday, June 12th
Buffalo Bisons (33-30) – 5
Charlotte Knights (33-32) – 2
The Bisons and Junior Lake jumped on Knights starter Scott Carroll. Lake hit a two-run homer in his first at-bat to get the Herd on the board. Lake finished the game with three RBIs. Dalton Pompey picked up a single to extend his hitting streak to 13 games, stole another base and scored a run. Domonic Brown had a great game at the dish as he went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Matt Dominguez and A.J. Jimenez also picked up a 2-4 day with a run scored and a double. The Herd raked in five extra-base hits in the win.
On the mound Drew Hutchison got in another decent start as he tossed 6.0 innings of three-hit ball. He allowed two earned runs and two walks while striking out seven. The big blow off of Hutch was a two run homer by Omar Narvaez in the 6th inning. Bo Shultz pitched 2.0 innings of shutout one-hit ball to pick up a hold and Ryan Tepera slammed the door shut to pick up his 7th save.
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (28-34) – 7
Bowie Bay Sox (27-36) – 3
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What a game for Ian Parmley as he went a perfect 4-for-4 with a home run and 4 RBIs. Parmley hit a solo home run in the 4th and raked throughout the game as he came up big whenever ducks were on the pond. Roemon Fields also hit a two-run homer to add to the run total in the 4th. Rowdy Tellez got his swing going in this one, going 2-for-3 with a pair of runs and he even stole his first base of the season.
The offensive outburst backed a great start for Shane Dawson. Dawson pitched 6.1 innings and held the Baysox to one earned run on three hits and two walks. The bullpen followed Dawson’s start with a solid 2.2 innings of work and shut down the Baysox.
Dunedin Blue Jays (27-35) – 0
Charlotte Stone Crabs (32-31) – 7
Chris Rowley and the D-Jays had a rough day Sunday. The D-Jays offence was able to get nine hits but did not cross the plate. Jonathan Davis, Richard Urena, and Jorge Saez collected multi-hit games in the efforts. Chris Rowley pitched 6.0 innings and allowed 9 hits and a walk. He was charged with four of the five runs while he was on the mound and struck out three batters. Brad Allen came on in relief and had similar issues. He allowed two more runs in the remaining two innings.
Lansing Lugnuts (31-30) – 5
West Michigan Whitecaps (35-25) – 3
The Lugnuts took this one late from the Whitecaps. The 11-inning marathon ended with a Lugnut lead from a pair of bases loaded walks. Tom Robson threw 5.0 innings and allowed only one earned run on eight hits and three walks. He scattered the base runners and was able to minimize the damage through his work. Dan Lietz allowed an earned run to tie the game and force the extras during his 2.0 innings of work. Starlyn Suriel shined and held the Caps scoreless over 4.0 innings of no-hit ball to keep the Lugnuts in the game to win.