Angel Of Dunedin

Wednesday, June 21 2017 @ 04:02 AM EDT

Contributed by: #2JBrumfield

The affiliates won four of five on Tuesday night including a victorious home opener for the Vancouver Canadians. Lansing had the night off, except for a trio of them at the Midwest League All-Star Game.

Buffalo Bisons

Christian Lopes homered as part of a 3-for-4 night. Jason Leblebijian had a pair of hits.

T.J. House gave up four runs in five innings on nine hits and two walks but whiffed seven. Murphy Smith put in three scoreless frames by working around two hits and a walk while striking out one.

New Hampshire Fisher Cats

Jonathan Davis had a three-run home run with a walk and Harold Ramirez went deep for a two-run shot as part of a two-hit night. Andrew Guillote also placed a '2' in the hit column.

Conner Greene was an out short of getting a victory, using 97 pitches over 4-2/3 innings in which he surrendered three runs on seven hits with a K/BB total of 5-5. Justin Shafer got the win with 2-1/3 scoreless frames and stranded two runners for Greene. Dusty Isaacs whiffed the side in the eighth and Tim Mayza worked around a hit and two walks for his fourth save.

Dunedin Blue Jays

Connor Panas had half of the D-Jays four hits with a double and a single before scoring on a walk-off double by Lane Thomas. Michael De La Cruz had the other hit. Cavan Biggio walked and swiped his seventh base of the year.

Angel Perdomo went five-plus innings, allowing an unearned run on three hits and two walks. He struck out eight and all seven of his outs in play were on the ground. Kirby Snead stranded two of three Perdomo runners, pitching a scoreless sixth with two punchouts. Adonys Cardona worked a scoreless seventh. Daniel Young contributed two scoreless frames to get the win.

Vancouver Canadians

Deiferson Barreto and Kevin Vicuna had two-hit nights and Lance Jones was 1-for-4 with two runs knocked in. Bryan Lizardo doubled and walked while Owen Spiwak walked twice. Mattingly Romanin walked and took one for the team.

Jose Espada gave up a home run to the second hitter of the game but struck out seven over 4-2/3 innings while giving up three hits and walk. Juliandry Higuera whiffed four over 2-1/3 shutout innings to earn the win, stranding a runner for Espada. Bobby Eveld, Chris Hall and Brayden Bouchey covered off the last six outs. You can read more about the game right here.

DSL Blue Jays

Jose Briceno and Andres Martinez spearheaded the attack with three hits apiece with Briceno drawing a walk and stealing base and Martinez driving in two. Gabriel Moreno doubled, singled and also knocked in a pair of runs.

Jol Concepion went the mininum five innings to get the win. He gave up a run on three hits, two hit by pitches and a walk. He struck out five and induced six groundouts.

Midwest League All-Star Game

Bo Bichette had a hit, a stolen base and a run scored in three at-bats for the losing East Squad in the Midwest League All-Star Game. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was 0-for-2 but collected a run batted in. Geno Encina retired the only hitter he faced.

*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Connor Panas, Dunedin

2. Christian Lopes, Buffalo

1. Angel Perdomo, Dunedin

Tuesday's Linescores

Wednesday's Games/Probable Starters

DSL Orioles @ DSL Blue Jays, 10:30 am ET - TBA
Buffalo @ Rochester, 1:35 pm ET - Cesar Valdez (3-1, 1.67)
Lakeland @ Dunedin, 6:30 pm ET - Ryan Borucki (3-3, 4.04)
Harrisburg @ New Hampshire, 7:05 pm ET - Francisco Rios (3-4, 3.80)
Everett @ Vancouver, 10:05 pm ET - TBA