#BlueJays affiliates won three out of four Monday. The games in New Hampshire, Dunedin and Bluefield were rained out. Buffalo had the night off. #LetsGoBlueJays
Clinton 4 Lansing 2
Hunter Steinmetz had two hits and a walk. Jake Brodt singled and stole his 12th base of the year. Josh Hiatt spun 3-1/3 shutout innings. Sean Wymer took the loss in relief. He gave up three runs (two earned) over 5-2/3 innings but struck out five and walked nobody.
Vancouver 4 Tri-City 3 (10 Innings)
Vancouver wrapped up their first half of the season with a walk-off win in extra innings. Luis De Los Santos was 0-for-22 against Tri-City before chopping one through the left side of the infield to score the winning run. The C's rallied from a 3-0 deficit to run their record to 6-0 vs. Tri-City. Grayson Huffman balked to put a runner 90 feet away in the top of the 10th but managed to escape the inning without a run scored thanks to Ronny Brito throwing out a runner at the plate. Adrian Ramos took one for the team, actually he took one in the noggin, but he was okay as the hit by pitch got Vancouver on the board. That jump-started the three-run eighth as Jesus Lopez singled home a run and a De Los Santos fielder's choice tied it. Luis Quinones gave up two runs in 3-1/3 but struck out five. Andy McGuire got five outs with no runs allowed. William Gaston gave up an unearned marker over four frames. Ronny Brito had two hits. Lopez and Cameron Eden also had two knocks.
GCL Blue Jays 7 GCL Phillies West 0
Justin Ammons—a free agent signing from Tennessee—went 3-for-3 with a double in his pro debut. Rafael Monsion pitched five shutout frames and struck out four to offset three hits and a walk. Blake Sanderson struck out five over three innings of two-hit ball.
DSL Blue Jays 4 DSL Padres 1
Amell Brazoban knocked in two of the four runs scored in the eighth inning. Juan Martinez got the win with three shutout innings of relief. Junior Guzman got the save.
*** 3 Stars!!! ***
3. Rafael Monsion, GCL Blue Jays
2. Jesus Lopez, Vancouver
1. Justin Ammons, GCL Blue Jays
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