Scores and analysis for Toronto Blue Jays minor league games played on Tuesday, June 14th
Buffalo Bisons (34-31) – 5
Durham Bulls (30-37) – 1
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but Wade LeBlanc was dominant for the triple-A Bisons. The left-hander pitched eight innings, allowing one unearned run on just five hits while striking out 11 batters to bring his ERA to 1.51. Bo Schultz tossed a clean ninth, striking out one.
Matt Dominguez was the entire offence, going 2-for-3 with a grand slam and all five RBIs. Dalton Pompey continued to produce out of the leadoff spot, going 1-for-4 with his 10th stolen base of the season. David Adams, A.J. Jimenez, and Junior Lake also collected singles.
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (28-35) – 3
Altoona Curve (34-29) – 11
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The Fisher Cats pitchers were roughed up, allowing a combined 16 hits. Casey Lawrence got the start, lasting four and two-thirds while allowing five earned runs on nine hits. Brady Dragmire found similar difficulties in relief, allowing three runs on four hits in his pair of innings. John Stilson (1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER) and Danny Barnes (0.1 IP) cleaned up the remaining frames.
Second baseman Shane Opitz doubled in a 2-for-4 day and first baseman Rowdy Tellez singled twice to bring his average up to .244. Ian Parmley and Dwight Smith Jr. were responsible for the Fisher Cats’ two RBIs.
Dunedin Blue Jays (29-35) – 8
Charlotte Stone Crabs (32-33) – 5
Make it 16 hits for the D-Jays in this one with six different players recording two or more, Ryan McBroom launched his 10th home run of the season, driving in two runs on the day, while Emilio Guerrero stayed hot going 3-for-5. Richard Urena and L.B. Dantzler powered the top third with a pair of hits each while D.J. Davis and Gunnar Heidt were both 2-for-5 in the bottom third.
Taylor Cole was responsible for all five Charlotte runs, allowing seven hits over five and a third innings. Lefty Alonzo Gonzalez pitched one and two-thirds innings of perfect ball before handing off to Jose Fernandez and Colton Turner (S, 1) who both struck out two in their clean innings of work.
Lansing Lugnuts (33-31) – 4
Great Lakes Loons (27-37) – 11
Angel Perdomo took a rare stumble on Tuesday, allowing six earned runs on seven hits over just four and a third innings of work. Nate Abel was also rocked out of the bullpen, surrendering four runs (three earned) in one and two-thirds before Josh DeGraaf (2.0 IP, 1 ER, 4 K) and Danny Young (1.0 IP, 2 K) finished the job.
Connor Panas went yard again for the Lugnuts, his fourth of the season, and the productive Juan Kelly doubled for the 21st time. Kelly was the only Lansing batter to record multiple hits. Lansing plays a double-header against Great Lakes on Wednesday, with Ryan Borucki and Patrick Murphy scheduled to start.