Your affiliates played .500 baseball last night. Jon Harris got his first professional win in Lansing pitching a five-inning shutout. Lansing also posted the oddity of the evening with the win on just one hit. Drew Hutchison was up to 100 pitches by inning five in Buffalo.
SYRACUSE 14 Buffalo 6
Seven runs in the eighth put this game to bed. Drew Hutchison pitched five innings of four run baseball. He allowed two homeruns and walked three. He was reportedly at 100+ pitches by inning five. The Bisons’ offence was led by Andy Burns and Junior Lake. Lake had three hits and a homerun. He drove in four. Burns too had three hits and accounted for the other two runs driven in. Dalton Pompey did not play.
READING 4 New Hampshire 2
Jeremy Gabryszwski was very Jeremy Gabryszwski last night. He pitched four and a third of one run baseball. No strikeouts and two walks. He exited as a result of a high pitch count. Christian Lopes had two hits and Rowdy Tellez had just the one. Tellez continues to acclimate to AA baseball.
Daytona 3 DUNEDIN 5
Dunedin did all its damage in the second. Dickie Joe Thon singled to drive in two as part of a two-hit day. Number nine-hitter Jason Leblebijian hit a three-run homerun to give Dunedin a five-spot for the inning. Conner Greene got the win with six innings of three run (two earned) baseball. Greene struck out four and walked one. Anthony Alford had a hit and a walk, while Richard Urena was hitless in four trips. He also threw the ball away for the eighth time this season.
Quad Cities 0 LANSING 1
First rounder Jon Harris pitched five shutout innings. He allowed six hits, walked one, and struck out two. Harris walked away with the win, his first as a professional. Lansing collected just the one hit. They walked nine times and ultimately scored the only run of the game on a double play after loading the bases with three walks.
3. Jason Leblebijian
2. Junior Lake
1. Jon Harris