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Toronto’s minor league system went 1 and 1
Buffalo- Rained out
New Hampshire- The Fisher Cats Jimmy Robbins turned in an excellent performance, striking out 9 battes over 5 scoreless innings. Brady Lail struck out 5 of the 6 batters he faced over 2 innings. Robert Robertis made his Double-A debut, bypassing Vancouver, hitting a solo home run in the 5th and an RBI double in the 7th inning. Angel Del Rosario hit a solo home run in the 7th to push the Cats lead to 4-0. Karl Ellison hit his first home run with New Hampshire, a solo homer in the 9th inning.
Vancouver- The Emeralds pounded the C’s for 9 runs on just 6 hits. Vancouver pitching issuing 14 total walks. Nathaneal Perez Lopez walked 3 in one inning. Sam Ryan issued 5 walks over 1.2 innings. Eric Pardinho issues 4 walks over 2 innings. Mason Fluharty (2.1IP) and TJ Brock (1.0IP) didn’t walk any. Catcher Jommer Hernandez pitched the 9th, walking two more batters. Vancouver scored 3 runs on 3 hits.
Dunedin- Rained out
Buffalo Bisons (69-64)
Results from September 10th
Loss 1 to 4
Starter Bowden Francis 2.0IP, 0H, 1R, 3BB, 3K on 46 pitches
L- Matt Peacock (1-3, 4.24ERA)
New Hampshire Fisher Cats (54-78)
Won 5 to 0
HR- Robert Robertis (1), Angel Del Rosario (1) and Karl Ellison (1)
Starter- Jimmy Robbins 5.0IP, 3H, 0R, 1BB, 9K on 84 pitches
W- Robbins (1-2, 2.04ERA)
H- Brady Lail (1)
Vancouver Canadians (67-62)
Loss 3 to 9
HR- Gabriel Martinez (3)
Starter- Nathaneal Perez Lopez 1.0IP, 2H, 4R, 3BB, 0K on 40 pitches
L- Perez Lopez (0-2, 6.75ERA)
Dunedin Blue Jays (66-63)
Results from September 10th
Won 9 to 3
HR- Victor Mesia (1)
Starter- Lazaro Estrada 3.1IP, 3H, 2R, 0BB, 8K on 60 pitches
W- Trey Crumbie (6-1, 1.26ERA)
FCL Blue Jays (28-27)
- NH- Ellison (2-for-4, 2R, HR, RBI, 2B), Robert Robertis (2-for-4, 2R, 2RBI, HR, 2B, K), Angel Del Rosario (2-for-3, R, 2RBI, HR, K), Lail (2IP, 5K), Gabriel Ponce (1IP, H, 3K)
- C’s- Fluharty (2.1IP, 3H, 1K), Micheal Turconi (1-for-2, R, 2BB), Rainer Nunez (1-for-4, 2RBI, 2B), Gabriel Martinez (1-for-4, R, RBI, HR), Garrett Spain (0-for-2, 2BB, 2K)
Today we turn our attention to Jimmy Robbins of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
The 24-yr-old picked up his 1st Double-A win and 1st win professional win with a dominant start against the Reading Fightin Phils. New Hampshire is Robbins 3rd club this season after missing all of 2021 due to injury/surgery. He opened the season on the IL, joining the Dunedin Blue Jays on April 22nd. Jimmy made one starter and 5 appearances, throwing 17.1 innings. He finished with a 0-0 record and a 1.56ERA.
He was moved up to Vancouver where he started to see more innings in a starter role, throwing 35.1 innings over 9 starts and a relief appearance. Robbins struck out 46 batters and walked 17 while posting a 3.82ERA and 1.33WHIP with a record of 0-2.
On August 15th, the lefty joined the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
On Sunday, Robbins threw 62 of his 84 pitches for strikes, getting one ground ball out and 3 fly ball outs. Robbins retired the first 10 batters he face before Wendell Rijo reached on a single with one out in the 4th inning. Robbins walked the next batter but retired the next two in order to get out of the jam. The 5th inning was a bit of a struggle as Robbins allowed a pair of singles but struck out Carlos De Le Cruz to get of the inning with the shutout intact.
For the season, Jimmy Robbins now owns a 1-4 record a 2.82ERA over 20 appearances (14 starters). He has 92 strikes and 31 walks while allowing 55 hits over 70.1IP for a 1.22WHIP.
Horwitz and Martinez Show
The 24-yr-old and the Buffalo Bisons were rained out. Spencer joined Buffalo on July 5th, playing 43 games and batting .251 with a ..733OPS while collecting 14 doubles and 2 home runs, scoring 29 runs and driving in 12 runs with 28BB and 40K.
Martinez played SS, batting 3rd for NH. Orelvis went hitless in 3 at-bats, walking once, and striking out once. In 114 games, Orelvis has 15 doubles and 28HR, and 73RBI with a .203BA and .724OPS.
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