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Buffalo was blown out and New Hampshire lost. Dunedin won by a touchdown and Vancouver won by one. The Florida Complex League Jays won while the Dominican Jays were rained out.

Rochester 10 Buffalo 4
Portland 5 New Hampshire 3
Vancouver 4 Everett 3
Dunedin 14 Clearwater 7
FCL Blue Jays 6 FCL Phillies 4

*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Dasan Brown, Vancouver

2. Jean Joseph, Dunedin

1. Pat Gallagher, Vancouver


Steward Berroa homered, walked and was hit by a pitch. Gabriel Cancel also went yard with a single and two walks and a stolen base. Will Robertson went deep as well and took one for the team. Damiano Palmegiani had two base knocks. Cam Eden singled, walked twice and stole a base.Chad Dallas did not get out of the first, giving up six runs over two-thirds of an inning. Hayden Juenger pitched two shutout innings and Brandon Eisert pitched one, each of them getting a strikeout.

Zach Britton was on base all four times with two singles, a walk and a plunk. Garrett Spain had the only extra-base with a double. Cade Doughty and Ryan McCarty also had a hit. Gabby Martinez was 0-for-3 with a walk. Adam Macko put in a quality start of six innings and three runs but allowed six hits, two walks and hit a batter. He struck out three and recorded four outs on the ground.

Robert Brooks belted his first professional homer and Dasan Brown deliverd a two-run shot for all of the Vancouver scoring. Brown also had a base on balls. Marcos De La Rosa had an RBI double, was hit by a pitch and stole a base. Estiven Machado had a triple and Dylan Rock had a base knock. Pat Gallagher gave up just two runs on three hits and struck out five over six innings. Chay Yeager struck out one in two shutout frames. Grayson Thurman gave up a solo homer but got the save.

Joey Votto, Jean Joseph and Tucker Toman had nine of the 15 Dunedin hits with Joseph homering and doubling. Victor Arias, Arjun Nimmala and Christian Feliz had two hits apiece with Feliz going deep and Nimmala doubling. Kendry Rojas gave up three runs in four innings on four hits and a walk with three strikeouts. Gage Stanifer gave up a run over three frames but struck out four to get the win. JJ Sanchez struck out two in a shutout inning. Free agent signing Nate Garkow gave up three runs but fanned two in the ninth.

Roque Salinas swatted a two-run home run as part of a three-hit, three-RBI night. Jonathan Peguero and Gregori Cano had two hits apiece. Andrés Sosa doubled and walked. Enmanuel Bonilla was 0-for-4. Christopher Castro gave up four runs over five innings but struck out five to got the win. Carlos Meza did the heavy lifting in relief with five punchouts over three shutout frames for the hold. Luis Torres struck out the side for the save.

Extra Innings

C's Plus Baseball has a chat with outfielder Jace Bohrofen.
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Gerry - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 08:37 AM EDT (#448621) #
Baseball America has a list of 30 DSL prospects who are generating "buzz". Sadly there are no Blue Jays on the list, not even the Soto's.
bpoz - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 10:30 AM EDT (#448626) #
Machado is slowly improving. I like Jean Joseph. R Nunez has improved a lot. He needs to lift the ball more. C Feliz has a very long way to go but that power is awesome.
Marc Hulet - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 11:08 AM EDT (#448628) #
Feliz has a 45% strikeout rate in A ball so I'm not sure he's long for pro ball...

Ben Badler/BA had some really effusive praise for the Jays 2019 international class and they've all mostly fallen flat. Not sure if that speaks to BAs talent evaluation, the Jays development system, or the pandemic... or a bit of everything.

That class is pretty much down to Victor Arias, Rafael Ohashi, Christopher Castro, and Dahian Santos - none of whom were really the top players.
Ducey - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 01:36 PM EDT (#448638) #
The 2019 draft was pretty good.

(1)Manoah and (24th!)Horwitz, then (3)Dasan Brown who still has a chance.
Maybe (4)Will Robertson, (9)Phil Clarke, (15)Michael Dominguez, (18)Brandon Eisert make it. Im not an believer in (6)Cam Eden, but maybe he is a defensive OF type.

(5)Tanner Morris (let go for cash) and (2)Kendall Williams (6.45 ERA and lousy peripherals) are really struggling this year
uglyone - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 02:13 PM EDT (#448639) #
Nimmala's 5gms since being called back up:

22pa, 9.1b%, 13.6k%, .400babip, .368avg, .316iso, 217wrc+

that'll do, pig.
mendocino - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 04:52 PM EDT (#448653) #
May 1, 2024 SS Tanner Morris retired.
Gerry - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 07:36 PM EDT (#448659) #
Ricky T threw 65 pitches, 3.2 innings for Dunedin today. He struck out six. Clearwater had three hits, two doubles and a home run.
Ducey - Wednesday, July 03 2024 @ 10:11 PM EDT (#448681) #
Toman looks like he is heating up. Good to see
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