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Blue Jays Minor League Report - April 26

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The Blue Jays affiliates go 2-2 on Sunday with Dunedin & Lansing picking up wins. Chris Colabello stretched his hit streak to 6 games

No one had a great day, so here's the gratuitous Mune photo
No one had a great day, so here's the gratuitous Mune photo
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BUF (12-5) - L 3-1
NH (9-9) - L 3-0
DUN (9-9) - W 9-6
LAN (12-6) - W 6-2

Buffalo Recap
Buffalo ran into a hot starter in Phillippe Aumont who combined with 4 relievers to keep Buffalo quiet in a 3-1 loss. The Bisons will rue the 6th inning, where they were able to load the bases with no one out, and they didn't score a run. Offensively, Buffalo had 9 hits and a walk. They struck out 5 times, but weren't able to close the gap. The pitchers allowed 8 hits and a walk.

  • Andrew Albers had a decent start, allowing 3 runs on 8 hits in 6.1 innings. He gave up a walk as well, and struck out a batter. 3 of the 8 hits were doubles allowed
  • Gregory Infante pitched 0.2 innings and retired both hitters
  • Bobby Korecky threw an inning and struck out a batter

  • Chris Colabello continued his hot streak as he had 3 hits in this one, including a double. Colabello is hitting .519 in his 6-game hit streak with 3 HR's
  • Jonathan Diaz added a double
  • Ezequiel Carrera had a single and a walk
  • Munenori Kawasaki, Caleb Gindl, Andy Burns & Sean Ochinko each added singles

New Hampshire Recap
Taylor Cole had a rough start to the inning, giving up 3 runs in the first 2 innings, and the offense couldn't get anything going in a 3-0 loss to Binghamton. The Fishercats allowed 6 hits and 3 walks on the day. New Hampshire could only must 4 hits and 2 walks off Mets starter John Gant. NH loaded the bases with 1 out in the 6th, but couldn't score.

  • Taylor Cole started and went 6 innings. He allowed 3 runs on 6 hits, all the runs coming on 2 HR's allowed. Cole walked 2 and struck out 5
  • Dustin Antolin threw a scoreless inning with a walk and a K
  • Cory Burns threw 2 scoreless and finished with 1 strike out

  • Ryan Schmipf had the best game at the plate with a single and a walk
  • Jon Berti, Melky Mesa & Pierce Rankin each had a single and a K. Berti also was caught stealing
  • Matt Newman took a walk, and then was caught stealing

Dunedin Recap
Dunedin got out early, let Daytona back in to the game and then put it away late in the 9-6 win on Sunday afternoon. Dunedin had 13 hits and 2 walks. They had 4 extra base hits and only struck out twice. The middle of the order went 0-12, the other 6 hitters all had multi-hit games. Daytona got 13 hits and 2 walks on the day. Only 2 of the hits went for extra bases. Dunedin was also able to turn 3 double plays

  • Brad Allen started and went 5 innings. He allowed 3 runs on 8 hits and a walk. Allen recorded 5 K's as well
  • Jonathon Wandling made his 2015 debut, throwing 2 innings. He allowed 4 hits and a walk, but was the winning pitcher
  • Chad Girodo threw a scoreless inning, allowing a hit and striking out 1
  • WIl Browning threw the 9th with 1 K

  • David Harris had 3 singles on the day and scored 3 runs
  • Christian Lopes had 2 doubles and a walk, and scored 2 runs
  • Roemon Fields had a single, a double and a walk and drove in 3 runs
  • Mike Reeves had a single and a double. He scored 2 runs and struck out twice
  • Dawel Lugo & Derrick Loveless had 2 singles in this one. Loveless also was hit by a pitch

Lansing Recap
Lansing was able to open this one up in the 8th with 3 runs, all with 2 outs, to beat Bowling Green 6-2. The Lugs pounded out 15 hits, including 3 doubles, and 2 walks. The pitchers allowed 7 hits and 4 walks in this one. They also struck out 4. Danny Jansen was 2-4 on steals in this one as well, and the defense turned 2 double plays

  • Starlyn Suriel started and went 4 innings. He allowed 2 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks. He also recorded a K
  • Jose Fernandez went a scoreless inning, allowing a hit and striking out 1
  • Shane Dawson threw 3 scoreless innings, allowing 2 hits and 2 walks. He struck out 2.
  • Phil Kish threw the 9th and got 3 ground ball outs

  • Ryan McBroom had 3 singles in this one, driving in 2 runs
  • Dickie Joe Thon had a single, a double and stuck out twice. He also picked up his 4th SB of the year
  • Chris Carlson went 2-3 with a double and he took a walk
  • Anthony Alford had 2 singles and a walk. He also struck out once
  • Richard Urena had 2 singles and a strike out
  • D.J. Davis also had 2 singles, and didn't strike out in this one
  • Danny Jansen added a double to go with his 2 runners caught stealing
  • Gunnar Heidt had a single, but struck out twice

Look Ahead

BUF - Buffalo returns home to take on Norfolk (BAL). Scott Copeland looks to continue his strong start
NH - New Hampshire welcomes Trenton (NYY) to Northeast Delta Dental stadium to start a series. Casey Lawrence takes the hill
DUN - Takes on Daytona (CIN) at home. Starter will be Jayson Aquino
LAN - Lansing has the day off