Batter's Box Interactive Magazine Batter's Box Interactive Magazine Batter's Box Interactive Magazine
Only two affiliates played and between them they they gave up 23 runs. The Bisons had to face Paul Skenes, a tough day for the hitters. Dunedin used lots of pitchers who were scored on a lot. New Hampshire and Vancouver were rained out.
[More] (258 words)
Five Buffalo hitters went deep as they continue to hit well and pick up wins. Vancouver scored 12 runs in one inning en route to a win. One Dunedin hitter went deep twice, each time giving the Jays the lead. Enmanuel Bonilla had four hits as the FCL Jays started their season with a win. New Hampshire lost in a game that was a double no hitter through six innings.
[More] (484 words)
Buffalo were missing a few hitters but nevertheless they scored ten runs with fifteen hits. They had a nice win, as did Vancouver who also had a big hitting game. Dunedin won as Fernando Perez shut down Tampa. New Hampshire came up a run short.
[More] (453 words)
Chad Dallas and Adam Macko had rough starts. Buffalo couldn't recover but New Hampshire did thanks to seven hitters having a multi hit game. Vancouver lost their game in the bottom of the ninth while Dunedin were dominated by Tampa.
[More] (656 words)

Indianapolis 14 Buffalo 5

New Hampshire 7 Somerset 0

Vancouver 5 Tri-City 0

Tampa 5 Dunedin 4

[More] (683 words)
Buffalo and New Hampshire lost one-run games. Vancouver and Dunedin were the winners on a Splitsville Tuesday.
[More] (555 words)
Buffalo's game was rain shortened but they won 2-0. New Hampshire had just two hits but it was enough for a 2-1 win. Dunedin lost but Victor Arias again was the bright spot. Vancouver continue to be rained out, it must be monsoon season in BC.
[More] (388 words)
Buffalo were the only winners on Saturday. Four pitchers shutout Iowa with Andrew Bash, the starter, going five innings. New Hampshire were down 9-0 before they came to bat and Dunedin found hitting to be hard. Vancouver continued to be rained out.
[More] (235 words)
Three games, three losses. Two of the losses were in the tenth inning where errors helped the affiliates lose. Buffalo resorted to a position player pitching. Fernando Perez and Adam Macko pitched well.
[More] (260 words)
Buffalo won both ends of a doubleheader. New Hampshire and Dunedin lost, Vancouver were rained out. The affiliates had a strong start to the season and the first week or so produced excellent results. However the three lower teams have fallen off and have lost their winning records. Buffalo, despite losing some pitching to the big club and the IL, and despite Alek Manoah not helping, do have a winning record and are hanging in well. Spencer Horwitz and Orelvis are leading the way and Orelvis did hit his seventh home run. However its not all smooth sailing for him as discussed below.
[More] (393 words)
Addison Barger made his MLB debut Wednesday against the Kansas City Royals, playing left field and batting eighth for Toronto. On to the scores and game breakdowns below.

Iowa 8 Buffalo 2

Binghamtom 7 New Hampshire 6

Spokane 5 Vancouver 4

Jupiter 3 Dunedin 0

[More] (614 words)
Buffalo's game against Iowa was rained out. The Herd and Cubs will play two on Thursday.
[More] (341 words)

TINSTAPP. (There is no such thing as a pitching prospect)

The Jays have a number of pitching prospects but there is a cloud over pitching development this week. Ricky Tiedemann hit the IL this week. Brandon Barriera went on it less than two week ago. One of the biggest risers in the prospect lists this season has been Landen Maroudis. He left his start yesterday with an undisclosed injury. Kendry Rojas pitched April 10th and hasn't been seen since. Last years up and comer Nolan Perry is on the IL. Dahian Santos is on the 60 day IL. We don't know how serious are many of these injuries, if the Jays are lucky they will be short term absences, or it could be a disaster.

On the field Buffalo bashed, but New Hampshire, Vancouver and Dunedin didn't.

[More] (331 words)
Addison Barger hit a two run home run in the top of the ninth to get the win for Buffalo. Vancouver split a doubleheader. Both New Hampshire and Dunedin lost. And 5.2 innings was a step too far for a couple of starters.
[More] (422 words)
Four games, four losses. The Buffalo bullpen gave up six runs in the seventh to take the loss. The New Hampshire bullpen gave up a run in the ninth to take the loss. The Vancouver bullpen gave up four runs in the eighth to take the loss. The Dunedin bullpen gave up three runs in the ninth to take the loss. Stop me if you see a pattern.
[More] (321 words)