Mother's Day 2014 included an abbreviated schedule for Jays
affiliates as Lansing, and Dunedin had the day off. Buffalo won, and New Hampshire lost despite
scoring 12 runs.
Buffalo 8 – Charlotte 4
Liam Hendriks had his first rough outing of the season, as he gave up 4 runs (3 earned) over 6 innings on 5 hits, with 1 walk and 4 strikeouts. Ryan Tepera, Neil Wagner, and Bobby Korecky each followed with a scoreless inning in relief.
The Bisons offense had success versus a bunch off of former major leaguers in Tommy Hanson, and a former Jays 1st round pick David Purcey. Dan Johnson had a double, and his 6th HR of the season. Jared Goedert had a great game as well hitting 2 HRs.
New Hampshire 12 – Portland 13
Matt Boyd had his first poor outing of the season, as he gave up 5 earned runs over 1.2 innings, allowing 6 hits, with 4 walks, and only 1 strikeout. The Fisher Cats bullpen did not pitch much better the rest of the game, as they gave up 8 earned runs. Dustin Antolin was given the lost after he gave up game winning run in the bottom of the 9th.
The Fisher Cats bats scored 12 runs on 19 hits, with solid contribution across the board. AJ Jimenez had 4 hits, including 3 doubles, while scoring 2 runs. Jon Berti had a home run, and a triple, while scoring two runs.
1. Jared Goedert
2. AJ Jimenez
3. Jon Berti