Toronto Blue Jays scores and analysis for minor league games played on Friday, July 15th
Buffalo Bisons (50-43) – 0
Lehigh Valley IronPigs (54-39) – 10
The Bisons were outhit 15-3 and managed to work just one walk. Ryan Goins singled in four at-bats as the designated hitter as he continues his rehab assignment. He is expected to play some second base today.
Chris Leroux took the brunt of the damage, allowing seven runs on ten hits over four innings. Bobby Korecky was hit with two earned in his two innings before Chad Girodo (1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER) and Ryan Tepera (1.0 IP, K) took the final frames.
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (41-50) – 2
Portland Sea Dogs (33-58) – 3
Conner Greene took the loss, allowing three runs (only one earned) over six innings of work. Greene allowed six hits, striking out three and walking three. John Stilson handled the final two innings, striking out a pair and not allowing a run to cross.
Dunedin Blue Jays (47-44) – 4
Bradenton Marauders (49-41) – 9
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Richard Urena keeps swinging a hot bat for the Blue Jays and remains one of the organization’s top prospects. Starting as the DH, Urena went 2-for-4 with his fifth home run of the season and stole his ninth base. He is now hitting .296. Ryan McBroom also went 2-for-4, singling twice and scoring one. Anthony Alford was 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts batting leadoff.
Justin Shafer had a start to forget, allowing seven earned runs on eight hits in just two innings. The right-hander walked one and could not record a strikeout. Brad Allen then did some heavy lifting out of the bullpen, throwing six innings (5 H, 2 ER) before Dusty Isaacs handled a scoreless ninth.
Lansing Lugnuts (51-41) – 3
Peoria Chiefs (51-41) – 0
Carl Wise‘s two-run home run in the seventh inning got the job done for Lansing. Connor Panas was responsible for the other RBI with a triple and catcher Ryan Hissey doubled to go 1-for-5. First-baseman Justin Atkinson was the only Lugnut to record multiple hits, going 2-for-4 with a run scored.
Angel Perdomo was up to his old tricks, striking out eight batters over six shutout innings to bring his ERA down to 2.51. Kirby Snead made his debut, pitching two scoreless innings and allowing just one hit, before Jackson Lowery closed the door for his first save in Lansing.
Vancouver Canadians (14-14) – 6
Boise Hawks (11-17) – 7
Designated hitter Javier Hernandez led the way for the Canadians, going 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Andy Ravel got the start, allowing one run and striking out three in three innings of work. He was followed out of the bullpen by Mike Ellenbest (2.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER), Gabe Noyalis (1.0 IP, 3 ER), Evan Smith (0.1 IP), Jackson McClelland (1.1 IP, 2 H), and Griffin Glaude (1.1 IP, 2 H, 1 ER).
T.J. Zeuch is scheduled to make his first start with the Vancouver Canadians tonight at 9:15 p.m. ET.