Here's a couple of things you don't see every day: A shutout in the PCL and David Cooper going hitless. Cooper went 0-for-3 and saw his average plunge to .371. Adeiny Hechavarria was 1-for-4 with a triple and is now hitting an even .400.
Chad Gaudin started and went six shutout frames allowing just four hits. Danny Farquhar picked up the save.
Anthony Gose had one of those Goseian nights. He struck out twice as he so often does. But he wreaked havoc the other two times up, singling twice and stealing bases not once, not twice, but thrice to give him 64 on the year.
John Tolisano continued his mini-tear with a homer and three driven in. Tolisano's interesting. He's not particularly good but shows a decent amount of power for being a smallish guy and still young for the Eastern League.
Yohan Pino started and struck out ten in seven innings. He's almost 28 so don't go adding him to any prospect piles.
Kevin Ahrens had a couple of hits while Sean Ochinko had one. And that's that.
Andrew Liebel was pretty good in this one going five and allowing two runs, both unearned, on three hits and a walk. Brian Tallet pitched the sixth and struck out two.
Kenan Bailli, the newest Cuban defector, smacked his first professional homer. Jon Talley had his 15th.
Casey Lawrence started this one and went 6.2, allowing three runs on seven hits. He didn't walk anybody and struck out five.
Justin Nicolino made his first start since his promotion to the Midwest League and acquited himself fairly nicely. Nicolino went five and struck out four against one walk. He allowed two runs on seven hits.
Carlos Perez had a nice night at the dish reaching all four times on a double, walk, and two singles. Jake Marisnick had a double and drove in two while KC Hobson had two hits.
Balbino Fuenmayor went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a pair driven in to pace the Vancouver offense. Matt Newman was the only other Canadian with two hits.
Zack Breault started and allowed four runs on seven hits in 5.2 innings.
Whoa. Let's get the pitching ugliness out of the way first. Mitchell Taylor started and got rocked. He allowed nine runs, all earned, on eight hits in 2.1 innings. Interestingly, he walked one and struck out five.
Daniel Arcila had a nice night at the plate going 3-for-5 with a homer and four driven in. Eric Arce was 2-for-5 with a double.
GCL Blue Jays @ GCL Braves- Cancelled
3rd Star: Anthony Gose- 2-for-4, R, 3 SB
2nd Star: Daniel Arcilo- 3-for-5, HR, 4 RBI
1st Star: Carlos Perez- 3-for-3, BB, 2B