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Wednesday, July 10 2024 @ 02:42 AM EDT

Contributed by: #2JBrumfield

The Blue Jays were three-up, two-down in the win-loss column on Tuesday. The Dominican Jays did not play because of lightning.

Buffalo 7 Lehigh Valley 5
Reading 3 New Hampshire 2 (11 Innings)
Vancouver 6 Eugene 0
Dunedin 5 Tampa 4
FCL Yankees 8 FCL Blue Jays 6


*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Peyton Williams, Vancouver

2. Lazaro Estrada, New Hampshire

1. Gabriel Cancel, Buffalo


The Herd raced out to a 7-0 lead with Gabriel Cancel, Max McDowell and Addison Barger going yard. Barger took one for the team while Cancel and McDowell had two-hit games. Alan Roden drew a walk and stole two bases. Chad Dallas gave up five runs in 4-1/3 innings, including a home run, while striking out three and walking two along with seven hits. Yerry Rodriguez struck out two but walked four in 1-1/3 innings. Eric Pardinho stranded the bases loaded for Rodriguez and struck out four over 1-1/3 innings of one-hit relief to get the win. Mason Fluharty stranded two runners and struck out three over 1-1/3 perfect innings for the save.

Ryan McCarty homered and walked while Josh Kasevicn and Zach Britton had two-hit nights with a stolen base. Alex De Jesús and Devonte Brown also found the hit column. Lazaro Estrada served up a solo dinger but that was it over five innings as he allowed four hits and two walks while striking out three. Hunter Gregory, Braydon Fisher and Jimmy Burnette put up a shutout frame with Fisher striking out the side. Anders Tolhurst struck out two over two shutout innings. Abdiel Mendoza took the loss.

The C's cranked out 12 hits but only one was for an extra-base as Peyton Williams had a double among his three hits with an RBI single and a walk. Jackson Hornung had three hits as well. Dasan Brown had two singles, two RBI and a walk. Je'Von Ward singled twice and was plunked. Kendry Rojas scattered four hits and three walks with six punchouts over 3-2/3 innings. The winning pitcher was Chay Yeager who supplied 2-1/3 shuotut innings. Johnathan Lavallee struck out the side in a one-hit seventh, Kai Peterson also racked up three Ks in a one-walk eighth. Aaron Munson pitched a shutout ninth.

The D-Jays hit for the cycle with Christian Feliz homering, Arjun Nimmala tripling, Tucker Toman doubled and Roque Salinas singling. Joey Votto and Manuel Beltre both walked twice. Nolan Perry surrendered a two-run shot among his three hits. He walked four and whiffed five in 4-1/3 innings. Irv Carter got the victory by stranding two runners and walking one over 2-2/3 shutout innings in which he fanned four. Juanmi Vasquez and Bo Bonds each gave up solo shots but got a hold and save respectively.

David Guzman had three hits with a pair of doubles. Kendry Chirinos and Daniel Perez had the two-hit games for the F-Jays. Chirinos homered and drew a walk whiel Perez doubled and walked twice. Sam Shaw walked three times and stole a base. Christopher Castro coughed up three runs over three frames for the loss. Raudy Gomez gave up four more in his two innings. Luis Torres put up two goose eggs with three punchouts. Julio Ortiz served up a solo homer but punched five tickets over two frames.