August 7th Blue Jays Minor League Recap: Harold Ramirez’ breakout season continues

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On Tuesday, August 7th, the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system went 4 and 2.

 

Triple-A

 

Buffalo Bisons (50-61)

The Herd lost 2 to 0

 

Starter- Sean Reid-Foley 5.0IP, 4H, 2R, 2BB, 8K on 93 pitches

 

L- SRF (7-4, 3.50 ERA)

 

Wednesday, August 8th starting pitcher- Jacob Waguespack

 

Double-A

 

New Hampshire Fisher Cats (64-46)

The Cats won 8 to 3

 

HR- Gunnar Heidt (4) and Andrew Guillotte (2)

 

Starter- Jon Harris 5.0IP, 7H, 3R, 2BB, 4K on 83 pitches

 

W- Harris (10-4, 4.76 ERA)

 

Wednesday, August 8th starting pitcher- Jordan Romano

Advanced-A

 

Dunedin Blue Jays (60-53)

The D-Jays lost 9 to 8

 

HR- Kevin Smith (14)

 

Starter- Patrick Murphy 2.2 IP, 3-H, 3-R, 3-BB, 4-K, and 1-HRA on 64 pitches

 

L- Nick Hartman (1-1, 6.30 ERA)

 

Wednesday, August 8th starting pitcher- Zach Logue

A-Ball

 

Lansing Lugnuts (67-47)

No game

 

Wednesday, August 8th starting pitcher- Matt Gunter

 

Short-Season A-Ball

 

Vancouver Canadians (27-24)

No Game

 

Wednesday, August 8th starting pitcher- no game

 

Advanced Rookie Ball

 

Bluefield Blue Jays (28-19)

Bluefield won 9 to 5

 

HR- Cal Stevenson (2)

 

Starter- Watson 5.0 IP, 5-H, 2-R, 1-BB, 5-K on 69 pitches

 

W- Watson (3- 0, 1.73 ERA)

 

Rookie Ball

GCL Blue Jays (19-20)

The Blue Jays won 11 to 5

 

Rehab- Francisco Rios 1.1IP, 3-R, 2BB

 

W- Mejia (1-0, 3.24 ERA)

 

DSL Blue Jays (32-24)

The Blue Jays won 9 to 6

 

Starter- Ronald Govea 4.0 IP, 10-H, 6-R, 0-BB, 3-K

 

W- Junior Guzman (2-6, 5.40 ERA)

 

Player of the Day

 

Top Performers:

 

Tuesday, August 7th POD goes to Harold Ramirez

 

The Fisher Cats right fielder continued his breakout season with a pair of doubles and a single while driving in 3 runs in for New Hampshire. Harold Ramirez flew out in the first inning with runners on 1st and 2nd.

 

In the 2nd inning, Ramirez hit a 3-run double scoring Santiago Espinal, Bo Bichette, and Jon Berti to give the Fisher Cats a 4 to 0 lead. The 5-foot-10 outfielder hit his 29th double leading off the 5th inning and scored on a MAx Pentecost sac fly to center field. NH 6 to 1.

 

Ramirez grounded out leading off the 7th and singled leading off the 9th. He scored on another Max Pentecost sac fly to center field, pushing the Fisher Cats lead to 8 to 3.

 

Harold Ramirez is batting .390 over his last 10 games with 10 runs, two HR, 12 RBI, and 4 stolen bases. Overall, the native of Colombia is slashing .313/.366/.462 with 46 R, 29 doubles (career high), 8 HR (career high), and 52 RBI (one away from tying his career high from 2017).

 

Bo and Vlad Show

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. played 3rd base and batted 3rd for the Bisons on Tuesday. VGJ picked up three singles, going 3-for-4 and owns a Triple-A batting of .389.

 

Bo Bichette batted out of the leadoff spot and played SS for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. Bo collected three singles and scored a run, going 3-for-5 on Tuesday. He has his batting average back over .280.

 

 

 

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Lover of all things Toronto Blue Jays. Blue Jays MiLB fanatic. I strive for average while stumbling onto above average. Rogers isn't cheap. Baseball is a business. Your right, but I'm more right.