The Bisons were the only winners on Sunday. Logan Warmoth's three run home run was enough for the win. Two starters pitched well but the bullpen couldn't hold it. Hayden Juenger and Nick Frasso were good. Orelvis seems to be back on track with two more hits including a home run.
St. Paul 1 Buffalo 2
Altoona 9 New Hampshire 6
Vancouver 3 Hillsboro 8
Bradenton 3 Dunedin 2
This is what I noted from yesterday's games.
Nick Allgeyer started but just went 2.2 innings. Allgeyer was on the IL earlier this month and the Jays have been very careful with him since he returned. The Bisons used six pitchers. Tayler Saucedo threw 23 pitches for his rehab. Bowden Francis pitched one shutdown inning which was good after his bad outing earlier this week.
Hayden Juenger started and went three innings. He had one solo home run spoil his shutout. After he left Altoona went to work on Cre Finfrock and Jimmy Burnette.
New Hampshire had eight hits, seven of them from the top four spots in the order. Rafael Lantigua, Orelvis Martinez and Trevor Schwecke had two hits each, Spencer Horwitz had one. One of Orelvis's hits was a two run home run, his 16th. Schwecke is hitting .286 in his early days in AA.
Hillsboro racked up 13 hits off Vancouver pitching. Naswell Paulino gave up six in 4.1 innings, Justin Kelly gave up six in one inning. For the second time this week, Mac Mueller ended the game on the mound.
Steward Berroa homered, his fourth of the season. Miguel Hiraldo tripled and drove in two runs. Garrett Spain had two hits.
Dunedin had just three singles, Dasan Brown had two.
Nick Frasso started and went four shutout innings with seven K's. Once he left the game the Jays were down 3-0 in the next inning.
Third Star - Nick Frasso
Second Star - Orelvis Martinez
First Star - Logan Warmoth