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The affiliates were 2-2 tonight, with Buffalo and Dunedin losing by a run.  While Lansing and New Hampshire each won by 5 runs.  Jeremy Gabryszwski had the best start of his career, in which he struck out 9 batters, and LB Dantzler helped out with 4 RBI. 

Toledo 1 Buffalo 0

Radhames Liz had a mediocre debut in AAA, which came with a line of 4IP 2H 0R 0ER 5BB 3SO after being promoted from NH.  Emsil Rogers followed with 3 scoreless innings, and Mike Zagurski pitched the 8th inning.  Raul Valdes gave up the only run of the in the 9th inning, and was credited with the loss.

The Bisons had 7 hits, 3 from Darin Mastroianni and 2 from Munenori Kawasaki but were unable to score a run.

 

Bowie 2 New Hampshire 7

Scott Copeland had a quality start giving up 2 earned runs over 6 innings.  Black McFarland the remaining 3 innings without giving up a run.

Mike Crouse had his 3rd HR of the season, and Andy Burns contributed with his 5th HR as well.

 

St Lucie 4 Dunedin 3

Taylor Cole was given the start and put together a brilliant line of 6IP 3R 0ER 0BB 6SO.  But unfortunately, Taylor was victimized by poor Dunedin defense as Emilio Guerrero committed his 16th and 17th errors of the season.

Nick Baligod and KC Hobson each had 2 hits, while Marcus Knecht had a rough day going 0-4 with 4SO.

 

South Bend 1 Lansing 6

Jeremy Gabryszwski continued to surprise, as he had another great start today (6IP 5H 1R 0ER 1BB 9SO).  Phil Kish followed with 2 scoreless innings, and Griffin Murphy closed out with a scoreless 9th.

LB Dantzler hit his 3rd HR of the season while knocking in 4 runs, and Dawel Lugo had 3 hits raising his average to 294.

 

Three Stars

1.  Jeremy Gabryszwski

2.  LB Dantzler

3.  Taylor Cole

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greenfrog - Wednesday, June 04 2014 @ 11:25 PM EDT (#287559) #
Should we have a draft day thread? Perhaps someone will be able to accurately predict the Jays' selections at #9 and 11 (with bonus points for the round 2 selection). Touki? Hoffman? Turner? Pentecost? Beede? Someone else altogether?

Might someone like Nola or Gordon fall to #9? (OK, probably not, but one can always hope.)
uglyone - Wednesday, June 04 2014 @ 11:38 PM EDT (#287560) #
Knock on wood but maybe just maybe Burns is finally getting hot. OPSing near .900 the last 10gms.
Richard S.S. - Thursday, June 05 2014 @ 12:44 AM EDT (#287563) #
Aiken, Rodon, Kolek, Jackson, Gordon, Nola and Freeland will definitely be gone. Pentecost might also go early. Toussaint, Newcomb, Zimmer, Beede, Holmes, Turner and Holmes should be available. I hope A.A. hits a HR each and every time the Jays pick.
Kelekin - Thursday, June 05 2014 @ 02:09 AM EDT (#287564) #
I'd like to see him keep taking chances by taking BPAs even when they fall. Time and time again it shows you don't know who might sign.

I've been away from posting for most of the past year (life commitments) but I'll try to be here for tomorrow to talk the draft, since it's my favourite part of the season.
85bluejay - Thursday, June 05 2014 @ 10:03 AM EDT (#287577) #
Encouraged that Graby has a 15k/2B in last 2 starts in 12 innings
ogator - Friday, June 06 2014 @ 12:11 PM EDT (#287793) #
With all the kerfuffle about the draft, no one has said anything about McGuire's start in Buffalo. 10 k's are nothing to sneeze at. Maybe both Jenkins and McGuire are going to have some value.
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