The Toronto Blue Jays lost 7-3 to the L.A. Angels in what, I must assume, was a super fun game.
Bisons won, in an actual fun game, against the Pawtucket Red Sox and can take the Wild Card lead with a win tonight. They gave away this:
The Fisher Cats lost 5-0, getting just three hits against the Flying Squirrels of Richmond.
Yay, another organizational loss: the Dunedin Blue Jays lost 7-0 against the Palm Beach Cardinals. They were no-hit until the first batter in the bottom of the ninth. The Bisons, on Friday, were no-hit through two outs in the ninth before Anthony Gose's single broke it up. Some sad no-hitter stats from the Lansing Lugnut's Slavko Bekovic:
As far as @BlueJays affiliates go, New Hampshire, Dunedin, Lansing (x3) and the GCL team have all been no-hit in 2013.— Slavko Bekovic (@SBekovic) August 4, 2013
The Lugnuts won! 5-3 against their metal brethren the Fort Wayne Tin Caps. Dwight Smith, Jr. drove in two RBI. Ian Kadish and Arik Sikula threw two perfect innings in relief.
The Vancouver Canadians also won, 8-2, over the flavourful Hillsboro Hops. Tom Robson threw six innigns of four-hit ball to get the win. I also found out that Jose Jose has been promoted from the Hops to the South Bend Silver Hawks.
Bluefield shelled the Elizabethton Twins 14-6, D.J. Davis and Derrick Lovelss with two RBIs each. Jairo Labourt struck out three but walked two in his four innings of work.
The Gulf Coast Jays lost 8-3, Jacob Brentz didn't give up a run! And finally the Dominican Summer League Jays won 4-1.
The Blue Jays are now tenth in minor league organziational standings with a .509 winning percentage. The Astros lead at .574 and the Reds are last at .420, according to MLBFarm.com.