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Minor League Report - April 30

Blue Jay affiliates go 2-1 on Thursday as Buffalo & Lansing move to 14-7. Dunedin got beat up again

Rob Rasmussen helps the Bison Bullpen to a win
Rob Rasmussen helps the Bison Bullpen to a win
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BUF (14-7) - W 5-3
NH (12-9) - Night Off
DUN (9-12) - L 8-1
LAN (14-7) - W 6-1

Buffalo Recap
Buffalo scored 3 in the 5th to take the lead and the bullpen shut things down from there as the Herd beat Norfolk 5-3. Buffalo had 12 hits and 3 walks in this one. They also took advantage of a Norfolk error. Only one Buffalo hitter did not pick up a hit. Buffalo pitchers allowed 7 hits and 2 walks.

  • Todd Redmond made his first start of the year and gave up 3 runs in 3.1 innings. He allowed 5 hits and a walk. Redmond struck out 1
  • Rob Rasmussen was solid in relief, throwing 3.2 scoreless innings. He allowed a hit and a walk, striking out 2
  • Gregory Infante had a scoreless inning with 2 grounds outs and a fly out
  • Bo Schultz pitched the 9th, allowing just a hit to shut the door

  • Andy Wilkins & Ezequiel Carrera each had a single, a double and a strike out.
  • Chris Colabello had 2 hits including a double. He was also hit by a pitch
  • Caleb GIndl had 2 singles
  • Andy Burns & A.J. Jimenez each had a hit and a strike out. It was Jimenez' first hit with Buffalo
  • Matt Hague had a single and took a walk
  • Munenori Kawasaki had a hit and then was caught stealing
  • Brad Glenn was the only Bison without a hit, but he took 2 walks, including an RBI walk in the 1st

New Hampshire Recap
New Hampshire got the night off

Dunedin Recap
Dunedin got back at it Thursday night, but the results weren't much better than the last couple games, as Dunedin lost 8-1. The D-Jay offense could only muster 6 hits and 4 walks in this one. Clearwater picked up 18 hits, including 4 doubles, and 3 walks on the night, taking advantage of 3 multi-run innings.

  • Murphy Smith had a rough start, giving up 5 runs and 11 hits in 4.2 innings. He also walked a batter and struck out 2. Smith had a balk and 2 wild pitches
  • Tiago Da Silva followed with 1.1 innings. He gave up 3 hits and a walk, which lead to 3 runs. Da Silva did strike out 4
  • Alonzo Gonzalez had a scoreless inning. He allowed a hit and a walk, and struck out 1
  • Chad Girodo allowed a hit in his scoreless inning, striking out 1
  • Wil Browning didn't allow a run in his inning, but did allow 2 hits. Browning also recorded 2 K's

  • Roemon Fields had the best day for Dunedin. He picked up a triple and took a walk. He did strike out, but stole his 9th base on the night. Fields also picked up an outfield assist at home
  • Mike Reeves had a triple and a K
  • Mitch Nay had a single and 2 walks
  • David Harris & Matt Dean each had a hit
  • L.B. Dantzler made his return and had a hit as well

Lansing Recap
Lansing scored early and often on their way to a 6-1 win. Lansing had 11 hits, 4 walks, a hit batter and took advantage of 4 Lake County errors to win this one. Lake County had 7 hits and a walk. Lansing got 3 stolen bases and 2 extra base hits on the night.

  • Chase De Jong had a solid start, going 5.2 innings. He allowed an unearned run on 3 hits. He also struck out 3. De Jong had 5 ground outs and 6 fly outs
  • Colton Turner had 1.1 scoreless innings. He allowed a hit and a walk, and struck out 1
  • Carlos Ramirez pitched an inning with 2 hits allowed, but recorded 3 strike outs
  • Phil Kish threw the 9th, allowing a hit

  • Rowdy Tellez lead the Lugs on this night. He went 3-4 with his 3rd HR of the year, and added a double. Tellez also had a sac fly and scored 2 runs
  • Tim Locastro was on base 3 times. He had a single, a walk and, surprising I know, a HBP. He picked up his 7th & 8th stolen bases of the year
  • Richard Urena & Chris Carlson both had 2 singles
  • D.J. Davis & Justin Atkinson both had singles and a K. Davis also had a stolen base
  • Ryan McBroom had a hit but struck out 3 times.
  • Anthony Alford had a walk and a K, and scored a run

Look Ahead

BUF - Buffalo welcomes Louisville (CIN) to Coca-Cola Field.  Andrew Albers starts
NH - New Hampshire goes in to Binghamton (NYM) to start a series. Starter TBD
DUN - Dunedin continues with Clearwater (PHI). Jeremy Gabryszwski will start
LAN - Lansing returns home to take on Bowling Green (TB). Starlyn Suriel throws for the Lugs