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The affiliates won three and lost five Monday night.

Buffalo Bisons

Jason Leblebijan, Raffy Lopes and Gregorio Petit all had two hits apiece with Lopez homering and walking. Jon Berti singled, walked twice and stole three bases while Roemon Fields had a base hit, a base on balls and two swipes. Rowdy Tellez walked three times.

Chris Rowley got the win with six shutout frames by scattering four hits and a walk with five strikeouts. John Stilson surrendered a run in the seventh. J.P. Howell got nobody out and gave up four runs. Joe Smith, Wil Browning and Chris Smith finished things up with the latter Smith earning the save.


New Hampshire Fisher Cats

Jonathan Davis had two hits, two walks and two runs scored in a 2-for-2 night at the plate. Ryan McBroom had two hits and drove in a run.

Conner Greene only lasted 2-2/3 innings as he was gonged for five runs on five hits and four walks with only two K's. Andrew Case whiffed two in a scoreless ninth.


Dunedin Blue Jays

Max Pentecost had three hits while Bo Bichette, Connor Panas and D.J. Davis had two.

Tayler Saucedo gave up five hits and five walks over five frames but only allowed two runs. Philip Walby, Jackson McClelland and Tom Robsonwere victimized for five unearned runs between them with Walby blowing the save and McClelland taking the loss.


Lansing Lugnuts

Nash Knight walked it off in the 12th with a single to score Rodrigo Orozco who had a four-hit day with a walk and a stolen base. Knight had two hits and a walk and Javier Hernandez also had a pair of knocks.

Kyle Weatherly gave up two homers and three runs total over five frames but had six groundouts and three whiffs. Juliandry Higuera had two scoreless frames and Andrew Deramo put up three goose eggs. Jared Carkuff got the win with three K's over two shutout innings.


Vancouver Canadians

Brody Rodning took the loss after giving up three runs in the first. Chris Hall and Grayson Huffman were hit around too. Only Brayden Bouchey pitched 2-2/3 innings of shutout relief with four strikeouts.

Brock Lundquist doubled, singled and walked. Cullen Large singled and walked twice. Logan Warmoth did not play for a third straight game.


Bluefield Blue Jays

Brandon Grudzielanek was 2-for-4 in his Bluef-Jay debut. Chavez Young, Kevin Smith and Reilly Johnson all doubled.

Josh Winckowski was whacked for five runs over 4-2/3 innings. Marcus Reyes, Kelyn Jose and Ty Tice all mopped up with scoreless relief.


GCL Blue Jays

Dominic Abbadessa had three hits and three runs batted in and was just a long ball short of the cycle. Joseph Reyes had two hits and Hagen Danner had a double and three RBI.

Avery De Los Santos coughed up two runs in the first but Matt Gunter supplied five stellar innings of shutout ball, striking out six in a two-hitter but it was Maverik Buffo who got the win despite an unearned run over two frames.


DSL Blue Jays

Kenny Lantigua had two hits and a stolen base while Hugo Cardona doubled and singled.

Rafael Monsion took the loss despite giving up just two runs on four hits over 5-1/3 innings. He struck out four and had five groundouts.


*** 3 Stars!!! ***


3. Rodrigo Orozco, Lansing


2. Raffy Lopez, Buffalo


1. Chris Rowley, Buffalo


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Gerry - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 12:05 PM EDT (#345447) #
Nate Pearson pitched his one inning in the GCL today. Also the forgotten Emilio Guerrero played on a rehab.
Gerry - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 12:29 PM EDT (#345449) #
Patrick Murphy starting game two for the GCL Jays. The Lugnuts need pitching.
Marc Hulet - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 12:48 PM EDT (#345451) #
Sadly, Lansing has been the place pitching goes to die this year...
PeterG - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 01:22 PM EDT (#345455) #
18 year old Elieser Medrano had an excellent 5 inning outing in the GCL today. Anyone have any more info on him? Would the Jays consider him a legit prospect?
Marc Hulet - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 02:10 PM EDT (#345459) #
I don't know a lot about him... but any time the Jays skipped a player over the DSL it's a good sign that they see them as more advanced than the larger group -- and with higher potential. You can loop Joseph Reyes, Roither Hernandez, Otto Lopez, Alvery de los Santos into the same group... Other players like Jol Concepcion make huge strides in a short period of time and don't need much DSL experience.
Gerry - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 02:53 PM EDT (#345462) #
This is what BA said a year ago....

Blue Jays international scouts have shown a knack for picking up quality arms at good prices out of Latin America, with a few candidates to watch potentially emerging from their high-volume class. One is 18-year-old Dominican righthander Elieser Medrano, who signed for $15,000 in July. Hes a lean, projectable 6-foot-2, 180 pounds with a loose arm and a fastball that jumped from 88-93 mph when he signed to touching 97 mph this summer. When he signed he threw a slurvy upper-70s slider that he has worked to modify into more of a true curveball with more depth and downer action.
PeterG - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 03:54 PM EDT (#345467) #
Thanks Gerry. Good find.
mendocino - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 07:45 PM EDT (#345474) #
all draft bonuses listed

https://www.perfectgame.org/Draft/Signings.aspx?y=2017
Maldoff - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 08:28 PM EDT (#345479) #
Anyone have any information on Travis Hosterman? He was an 11th round pick last year and signed for a decent bonus, but has yet to debut this year
dan gordon - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 09:32 PM EDT (#345481) #
Dunedin lost 6-0 today. They managed to get 6 hits. No surprise which 2 batters got 5 of the 6 hits. Simply amazing. They're now hitting a combined .760 in Dunedin.
eldarion - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 10:11 PM EDT (#345482) #
A month ago, it looked like first rounder Jon Harris was on his way to becoming a long term disappointment. While he still has a 5.18 ERA on the year, it's a full run lower over his past 55 innings (3.93 ERA) and he's only allowed five earned runs over his last 26 innings. A glimmer of hope that he's turned a corner?
PeterG - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 10:19 PM EDT (#345483) #
A bit more than a glimmer I would say.
dan gordon - Tuesday, July 18 2017 @ 11:07 PM EDT (#345484) #
Harris pitched a great game today, 7 IP, 4 H, 1 BB, 7 K, I ER. In 8 of his last 10 starts, he's given up 3 ER or fewer. In one of the other games, he gave up 7 ER in just 2/3 of an inning. Aside from that game, the ERA is 2.82 for the other 9 games. His last 4 games include a K/BB ratio of 20/4. He certainly seems to have turned a corner after a poor start to the season.
85bluejay - Wednesday, July 19 2017 @ 01:38 AM EDT (#345489) #
I read somewhere that Harris attributes his turnabout to ditching the changes that the Jays had made to his pitching mechanics and returning to his college pitching mechanics.
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