Join Jays From The Couch Every Morning For Your Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Recap And Vlad And Bo Update
On Wednesday, July 18th, the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system went 2 and 6.
Buffalo Bisons (43-46)
The Herd lost 5 to 4 in the 10th inning.
HR- Rowdy Tellez (7)
Starter- Matt Tracy 6.0 IP, 3-H, 3-R, 2-BB, 5-K on 91 pitches
L- Justin Shafer (3-2, 1.13 ERA)
Thursday, July 19th starting pitcher- Thomas Pannone
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (53-41)
Lost 3 to 2 in a suspended game.
HR- Juan Kelly (1)
Starter- Francisco Rios started the suspended game 3.0IP, 3-H, 3-R, 4-BB, 1-K but Josh DeGraaf started on Wednesday which resumed in the 4th inning so he pitched 5.0IP, 1H, 0-R, 2-BB, 2-K
L- Rios (0-3)
NH won 3 to 2
HR- Cavan Biggio (20)
Starter- Tayler Saucedo 6.0 IP, 6-H, 2-R, 3-BB, 4-K on 88 pitches
W- Saucedo (2-1, 4.86 ERA)
Thursday, July 19th starting pitcher- T.J. Zeuch
Dunedin Blue Jays (50-45)
D-Jays lost 9 to 3
Starter- Yennsy Diaz 5.0 IP, 8-H, 7-R, 1-BB, 6-K, and 1-HRA on 87 pitches
L- Diaz (3-3, 4.00 ERA)
Thursday, July 19th starting pitching- Maverik Buffo
Lansing Lugnuts (56-40)
Lugnuts lost 4 to 2
Starter- Jordan Barrett 5.0 IP, 7-H, 3-R, 2-BB, 3-K on 81 pitches
L- Barrett (0-1, 7.88 ERA)
Thursday, July 19th starting pitcher- Maximo Castillo
Vancouver Canadians (16-17)
The Canadians won 2 to 1 in 10 innings
Starter- Elio Silva 5.0 IP, 3-H, 1-R, 1-BB, 3-K on 77 pitches
W- Cobi Johnson (1-1, 2.81 ERA)
SV- Marcus Reyes (1)
Thursday, July 19th starting pitcher- Sean Wymer
Advanced Rookie Ball
Bluefield Blue Jays (19-9)
Blue Jays lost 7 to 5
HR- Dominic Abbadessa (2)
Starter- Felipe Castaneda 5.0IP, 2-H, 3-R, 6-BB, 6-K, and 2-HRA on 83 pitches
L- Josh Almonte (0-1, 11.12 ERA)
GCL Blue Jays (11-12)
DSL Blue Jays (21-18)
The Blue Jays lost 7 to 1
Starter- Santos Moreno 5.0 IP, 6-H, 4-R, 2-BB, and 3-K
W- Moreno (1-2, 2.63 ERA)
Player of the Day
- The Herd’s Jonathan Davis (2-for-4, 2-R, 2B, and 2-SB), Gio Urshela (3-for-5, RBI), Rowdy Tellez (2-for-4, R, HR, RBI) and Richard Urena (2-for-5, R, 2B, RBI).
- NH’s Bo Bichette (see below), Biggio (1-for-3, R, HR, 2-RBI), and Saucedo (see above)
- D-Jays Ivan Castillo (2-for-4, BB), Kacy Clemens (2-for-4, 2-R), Rodrigo Orozco (2-for-4, R, 3B, RBI), and Yeltsin Gudino (2-for-3, RBI)
- The Lug’s Jesus Navarro (2-for-3, RBI), Matt Shannon and Brody Rodning combined on 4 innings of one-run relief.
- The C’s Vinny Capra (2-for-5, 2B), Jesus Severino (2-for-4, 2B, RBI), Elio Silva (see above), and the bullpen (5IP, 2-H, 2-BB, 6-K)
- Bluefield’s Dominic Abbadessa (2-for-5, R, HR, 2-RBI), Alejandro Kirk (2-for-4, R, RBI), Rafael Lantigua (a single and 2-RBI)
- DSL’s Miguel Hiraldo (2-for-3, R, 2B, BB, SB)
Wednesday, July 18th POD goes to Jonathan Davis
That’s back-to-back games with 2-hits for the 26-yr-old outfielder. Davis played left field and batted leadoff for the Buffalo Bisons.
Davis reached 1st base via a hit by pitch to lead off the bottom of the 1st inning and stole 2nd with Richard Urena at the plate. Davis was stranded.
Jonathan Davis’ 2nd at-bat was a leadoff double (2) to get the 3rd inning started. Davis advanced to 3rd on Urena’s single and scored on a Danny Jansen sac fly to center field to get the Bisons on the board.
Davis led off the 5th inning with an infield single and stole second, his second SB of the day. Urena doubled him home to give the Bisons a 3 to 2 lead. He flew out and struck out swinging in his final two at-bats.
In 6 game since being added to the Buffalo roster, Jonathan Davis is batting .308 with a pair of doubles, a pair of RBI, a pair of walks, 8 strikeouts, 5 runs, and 3 stolen bases. Overall, Davis is slashing .302/.387/.438 in 84 games. He has shown solid extra-base power but his HR stroke from years past is missing; however, he does seem to be running much better than 2017.
Bo and Vlad Show
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. did not play. I think he is done in Florida and should be heading to NH for a few at-bats to close out the month before heading to Buffalo to finish the year.
Bo Bichette played short and hit out of the leadoff position. Bo hit a double and walked in 3 at-bats, scoring a run, striking out and stealing a base. The 2-yr-old is batting .269 with 24 doubles, 5 triples, 8 homers, 48 runs batted in, and 27 stolen bases.
*Featured Image Credit: Ryan Mueller
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