Bohrofen Goes Deep Again

Saturday, May 18 2024 @ 03:41 AM EDT

Contributed by: Gerry

It had been a quiet start to the season for Jace Bohrofen. He hit his first home run of the season on Wednesday and added his second on Friday, part of a four RBI game. Vancouver won that game. Dunedin rallied to win while New Hampshire were shutout. The FCL Jays lost and Buffalo were rained out.

Buffalo at Rochester - postponed

New Hampshire 0 Hartford 6

Vancouver 7 Spokane 3

Jupiter 6 Dunedin 8

FCL Blue Jays 3 FCL Tigers 4

Three Stars

Third Star - Maykel Minoso

Second Star - Chris McElvain

First Star - Jace Bohrofen



New Hampshire were shut out with five hits, all singles. Trenton Wallace had a weird start. In three innings he walked seven and struck out six. He was charged with two runs. Abdiel Mendoza gave up three runs in 2.2 innings.

Jace Bohrofen hit his first home run of the season on Wednesday. He added his second on Friday, a two run shot. Jackson Hornung hit his third, also a two run bomb. Bohrofen added a double and a sac fly for a two hit, four RBI game. Dasan Brown and Jaden Rudd each had two hits.

Chris McElvain threw five shutout innings, two hits, five K's.

Dunedin scored five runs in the bottom of the eighth to turn a 6-3 deficit into an 8-6 lead. The five runs came through three hits, three walks and a hit batter. RBI Doubles from Daniel Perez and Bryce Arnold were the big hits. earlier Marcus De La Rosa had hit a two run home run. Perez, Manuel Beltre and Yhoangel Aponte each had two hits.

Fernando Perez started for Dunedin. The first hitter had an infield single and then came around to score. Perez then cruised through the fifth inning before conceding two more runs in the sixth. 5.2 innings, five hits, two walks and four K's for the Jays pitching prospect.

Maykel Minoso, who was just sent down from Dunedin to the FCL, had a single, double and a triple in the FCL Jays loss.