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The affiliates went 0-5 on Monday.

Syracuse 3 @ Buffalo 4

A late rally by the Sky Chiefs fell a run short.  Alex Rios got the start at DH and went 1-3.  Francisco Rosario made his second start since returning and went 3 shutout innings, before the roof fell in on Jason Scobie.  Rob Cosby homered and singled, while Sergio Santos reached base 3 times to lead the offence.

New Hampshire 5 @ Binghamton 9

Bright spots included Adam Lind's 19th homer of the campaign, and Dustin Majewski's 4th.  Low lights begin with Chip Cannon's golden sombrero and Jesse Litsch's 12 hits and 6 earned runs allowed in 5 innings.  The Fishers struck out 19 times in the game.

Dunedin 9 @ Daytona 12

Ouch.  6 errors and 13 hits allowed added up to 12 D-Cub runs.  Eric Arnold hit his 4th homer and Jacob Butler doubled and tripled and drove in 3.  Eric Fowler took the loss and gave up 9 runs in 2 innings, but 5 of the errors were in those innings.  He gets a mulligan.

Lansing 2 @ Dayton 9

Is it bad luck to face Daytona and Dayton on the same day?  Perhaps.  Travis Wood struck out 11 Lugnuts in 6 innings, with Josh Bell's 2 run double the only highlight.  Aaron Wideman returned to the rotation and went 2 innings and was nicked for 3 runs.  Adrian Martin did pitch 3 serviceable innings of relief, if one is hunting for good news.

Pulaski 4 @ Danville 9

Francisco Mateo had a rare rough outing, surrendering 6 runs, 3 earned on 4 hits and 1 walk in 2 innings.  Adam Rogers and Jeffrey Gilmore pitched well in relief.  Jonathan Jaspe doubled and singled in 5 trips, while Travis Snider went 1-3 with a sacrifice fly.  Yohermyn Chavez remains out of the lineup.

3 stars

3rd star- Adam Rogers
2nd star- Jacob Butler
1st star- Rob Cosby

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tstaddon - Tuesday, July 25 2006 @ 03:02 PM EDT (#151464) #
With Rosario not only starting, but going the same night as Janssen, is it possible that Janssen could be returned to Syracuse in the near future? He's been roughed up by the big inning and, once again, most of the damage occurred during his first 30 pitches. Seems like he could work on that stuff down in the 'Cuse.

Rosario, meanwhile, has been returned to the starting role and even though he's coming off of an injury, seems like he could give the big team 5 innings. He certainly showed flashes while he was up earlier this year and, considering the circumstances, would seem to be our best in-house option. Or, he's at least worth a shot.

Alternately, the Jays could give Janssen another opportunity to turn his funk around in Oakland this weekend. But he's been pretty terrible on the road. Oakland would seem to be as good a place as any to ask Rosario to make his first major league start, too, though pitching against Barry Zito is no treat. Of course, we always shift Pete Walker to the 60-day DL and return Josh Towers to the big club. JT's always been successful in Oakland and if you compare his season to Janssen's numbers over the last month, they're not far off. How did it ever come to this...

Afterglow - Tuesday, July 25 2006 @ 09:15 PM EDT (#151497) #
Lind is playing LF for Syracuse tonight. Is Griffin gone for the season?
Gerry - Tuesday, July 25 2006 @ 09:38 PM EDT (#151501) #
Pulaski have made seven errors through six innings.  Snider has two hits and two errors.
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