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On Thursday, August 2nd, the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system went 5 and 5 with a pair of doubleheaders in the low minors.
Buffalo Bisons (48-58)
The Herd lost 6 to 4
Starter- Jacob Waguespack 6.1IP, 8-H, 4-R, 1-BB, 12-K, and 1-HRA on 92 pitches
L- Waguespack (3-6, 5.13 ERA)
Friday, August 3rd starting pitcher- Matt Tracy
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (62-45)
The Fisher Cats lost 20 to 8
Starter- Jordan Romano 4.0IP, 6-H, 7-R, 0-BB, 4-K on 66 pitches
L- Romano (10-5, 3.43 ERA)
Friday, August 3rd starting pitcher- Josh DeGraaf
Dunedin Blue Jays (57-51)
The D-Jays won 2 to 1
Starter- Patrick Murphy 6.0 IP, 3-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 7-K on 76 pitches
W- Ty Tice (5-3, 2.80 ERA with the D-Jays)
H- Jonathan Cheshire (4)
BSV- Jake Fishman (3)
Friday, August 3rd starting pitcher- TBD
Lansing Lugnuts (64-46)
The Bolts won 8 to 6
HR- Ryan Noda (14)
Starter- Matt Gunter 5.0 IP, 6-H, 4-R, 2-BB, 2-K, and 2-HRA on 79 pitches
W- Gunter (3-4, 5.18 ERA)
H- Emerson Jimenez (2)
SV- Brayden Bouchey (2)
Friday, August 3rd starting pitcher- Jordan Barrett
Vancouver Canadians (24-24)
The C’s lost 7 to 4
Starter-Jose Espada 5.0 IP, 6-H, 5-R, 4-BB, 4-K, and 1-HRA on 80 pitches
L- Espada (2-4, 3.97 ERA)
Friday, August 3rd starting pitcher- Randy Pondler
Advanced Rookie Ball
Bluefield Blue Jays (24-17)
The Blue Jays 9 to 2
HR- DJ Neal (1)
Starter- Troy Watson 4.0 IP, 0-H, 0-R, 3-BB, 3-K on 56 pitches
The Blue Jays 6 to 1
HR- Alejandro Kirk (7)
Starter- Adams Cuevas 4.0 IP, 1-H, 1-R, 2-BB, 3-K, and 1-HRA on 59 pitches
W- Nicolas Medina (2-0, 0.00)
GCL Blue Jays (17-18)
The Blue Jays lost 5 to 4
Starter- Rafael Monsion 5.0 IP, 5-H, 3-R, 1-BB, 6-K
L- Meliton Reyes (0-3, 5.54 ERA)
DSL Blue Jays (29-23)
The Blue Jays won 7 to 5
Starter- Ronald Govea 5.0 IP, 4-H, 3-R, 2-BB, 3-K
W- Govea (3-0, 1.38 ERA)
The Blue Jays lost 3 to 2
Starter- Adrian Hernandez 5.0IP, 7-H, 3-R, 2-R, 2-BB, 6-K
L- Hernandez (2-1, 2.63 ERA)
Player of the Day
- The Herd’s Jonathan Davis (1-for-3, 2-R, HR, RBI, BB), Anthony Alford (2-for-4, RBI), Tim Lopes (1-for-3, 2-R, HR, RBI, SB)
- NH’s Max Pentecost (3-for-5, 2-R, 2B, 2-RBI), Cavan Biggio (1-for-3, 2-R, 2B, 2-BB), Gunnar Heidt (2-for-4, 2B, RBI)
- The D-Jays’ Alberto Mineo (2-for-4, 2B), Ivan Castillo (3-for-4, 2B), Kacy Clemens (2-for-4, R, 2b), and Patrick Murphy (see above)
- Lansing’s Samad Taylor (2-for-5, 2-R, 2B, RBI, SB), Chavez Young (2-for-5, R, RBI, 2-SB), Noda (1-for-3, R, HR, 3-RBI, BB), Jesus Navarro (2-RBI)
- The C’s Otto Lopez (2-for-5, 2-R, 2-2B, RBI), Bryan Lizardo (2-for-4, 2B, 2-RBI), Jake Brodt (2-for-4, 2-2B)
- Bluefield’s Game 1: Rafael Lantigua (2-for-3, 2-R, 2B, 3-RBI, BB), Neal (HR, 2-RBI), Hagen Danner (2-for-3, 2-R, BB), Andy McGuire (2-for-4, R, 2B, 2-RBI), and Watson (see above). Game 2: Dominic Abbadessa (2-for-4, R, 3B, RBI), Rafael Lantigua (2-for-2, R, 2B, BB), Jose Theran (2-RBI), and Cuevas (see above)
- GCL’s Warnel Valdez (3-for-5, 2B, 4-RBI)
- DSL’s Jhon Solarte (2-RBI)
Thursday, August 2nd POD goes to Rafael Lantigua
The 20-yr-old IFA is swinging a white-hot bat. He is riding a 7-game hit streak, a 25-game on-base streak, and 3-game multi-hit streak, two of which occurred on Thursday.
In Game 1, the Bluefield Blue Jays infielder went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a double, a walk, and three runs batted in.
In Game 2, the native of Puerto Plata, DR, picked up another double and single, going 2-for-2 with a run scored, and walk. All said, Lantigua finished Thursday with 4-for-6 with two singles, two doubles, three runs scored, three RBI, and a pair of walks.
Overall, the 5-foot-8 right-handed bat is slashing .379/.471/.494 with 5 doubles, a triple, a HR, and 15 RBI in 25 games played as a member of the Bluefield Blue Jays
Cal Stevenson On-Base Streak
Cal Stevenson extends his on-base streak to 35 games with a single in two at-bats, a pair of walks, and a strikeout in game 2 with the Bluefield Blue Jays on Thursday. Cal is batting .330 with a .509 OBP.
Bo and Vlad Show
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. manned 3rd base and went 1-for-3, with a double, and a BB. He also made a baserunning mistake rounding third and was caught in a rundown.
Bo Bichette played SS and batted 2nd for the Fisher Cats. He went 1-for-5 with a double and an RBI. Bo is batting .276 with 33 doubles and 61 RBI.
*Featured Image Credit: R.Mueller
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