Make future plans, don't dream about yesterday, hey c'mon, turn this thing around.
Tongiht the farm went 1-3, highlighted by strong performances from Ryan Goins, KC Hobson, and Daniel Norris. While 2012 first round pick Marcus Stroman, had a start to forget.
Bad luck and trouble's been my only friend, I've been down ever since I was ten.
A rough night for three of the affiliates as their opponents scored the winning runs in their last at-bats but there was an extra-innings win to prevent the sweep.
And when we started talking, I could not believe my ears, you said you were a Braves fan even through the rotten years.
The affiliates split a pair of slugfest at the upper levels and came out on the wrong end of a one-run game Monday night.
You see the world through your cynical eyes, you're a troubled young man I can tell.
"Well crying about it isn't going to make the Blue Jays a better team, unless your tears smell like pine tar. So you can go drink can after can of pine tar until your tears smell enough like pine tar that the Blue Jays start playing better, or you can go out there and find your dog!"
Today, the farm went 1-3, with the only win being in
Buffalo. Today was highlighted by
another strong pitching performance from Casey Lawrence.
You a grand slammer, but you no Babe Ruth, you gotta learn how to relate.
Josh Johnson helped the Bisons win, even though they had just four hits, and only one after the first inning. New Hampshire won Fridays suspended game but lost Saturdays contest. Dunedin won handily with Andy Burns contributing three hits. Gustavo Pierre drew his first walk of the season but Lansing had more errors than hits. That combination equals a loss.
I know the rent is in arrears, the dog has not been fed in years, it's even worse than it appears but, it's all right.
Claudio Vargas started for the Bisons and he gave up six runs. Marcus Stroman started for New Hampshire and he gave up six hits and two runs in four innings. Neither of them appear to be ready to step in for the Jays, but what do I know? Scott Copeland had the best start of the night but the bullpen blew his lead. Dustin McGowan pitched two thirds of an inning, with better results than the last time. John Stilson pitched two shutout innings.
The Bisons lost, having never lead, the Fisher Cats were suspended in the fourth inning, while Dunedin blew a two run lead in the ninth.
This is your big debut, it's like a dream come true.
The affiliates were 1-3 on the night. The one win came on the back of a rejuvenated Daniel Norris, whose ten strikeouts over four innings of work was by far his best professional performance. Ryan Schimpf had four hits in a losing effort and Josh Thole went deep for Buffalo. The Lugnuts are on an eight game winning streak.