As always, we'll start with the Jays' Triple-A affiliate. Before you ask why I omitted him, Brett Lawrie did not play.
The Las Vegas 51s:
Darin Mastroianni: 3-for-6, 3 strikeouts. .302/.327/.358
Mike McCoy: 3-for-3, 3 walks. Reaching base 6 times in 6 tries is quite a feat. .267/.450/.400
Eric Thames: 4-for-6, strikeout, double. .449/.517/.755
David Cooper: 2-for-5, strikeout, double. .367/.426/.592
Ryan Shealy: 1-for-3, 2 walks, strikeout. .258/.395/.355
Adam Loewen: 2-for-5, strikeout, home run. .231/.289/.333
Manny Mayorson: 2-for-4, walk, triple. .385/.448/.538
Chad Cordero got another start, again going 3 innings, walking one while striking out none, but he did manage to give up just one earned run on 2 hits.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats:
Anthony Gose: 1-for-5, 2 strikeouts. .200/.234/.222
Adeiny Hechavarria: 0-for-5, .205/.222/.250
Michael McDade: 2-for-4, strikeout, double. .341/.370/.432
Travis d'Arnaud: 2-for-4, home run. .176/.243/.294
Moises Sierra: 2-for-4. .280/.333/.280
Zach Stewart: 6.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K. Much better, and 47% of the balls in play against him were groundballs.
The Dunedin Blue Jays:
Kevin Ahrens: 1-for-3, walk, strikeout, double. .147/.275/.206
A.J. Jimenez: 1-for-4, strikeout. .351/.385/.568
Kevin Nolan: 2-for-3, walk, strikeout, double. .364/.462/.545 (just 4 games played, 23 year old utility player)
Deck McGuire: 5.2 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, 43.8% groundballs. Less Ks this time, but more groundballs and that's good of course. He's pitching quite well for someone jumping into pro-ball at the High-A level.
The Lansing Lugnuts:
Carlos Perez: 2-for-5, strikeout, double. .400/.471/.600
Gustavo Pierre: 1-for-5, 2 strikeouts. .243/.282/.297 (also 2 errors in the field, giving him 7 in total now)
Jake Marisnick: 1-for-4, hit by pitch. .306/.375/.472
K.C. Hobson: 3-for-5. .222/.300/.250
Marcus Knecht: 2-for-5, strikeout, double. .324/.395/.471
Michael Crouse: 0-for-5. .267/.389/.567
Balbino Fuenmayor: 2-for-3, walk. .421/.500/.526
Daniel Webb: 4 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, 66.7% groundballs.
Will Hechavarria and Gose start hitting?
Yes, both of them will get going and impress (125 votes)
Gose worries me, but Hech will hit when it gets warmer (31 votes)
Hech worries me, but Gose is still young and adapting (95 votes)
Both of them worry me, I think they won't hit well (92 votes)
343 total votes