With three games on the schedule, two were played by the Toronto Blue Jays minor league clubs and only one was one.
Buffalo Bisons 10, Pawtucket Red Sox (BOS) 5
The Buffalo Bisons brought their bats on a rainy day in Buffalo to open up a home stand and won the first half of a double header that was never played, beating the Pawtucket Red Sox 10-5.
Jonathan Davis and Lourdes Gurriel continue to drive the offense with Davis going 3/4 with two doubles, an RBI and two runs while Gurriel hit a double off the wall and drove in three runs, going 2/4 with two runs scored. Roemon Fields was 3/4 with two runs and Cavan Biggio hit a big home run to center field, going 1/3 with a walk, two RBI and two runs. Richard Urena was 1/4 with a double and two RBI, scoring once and Michael De La Cruz walked twice and contributed a two-run single, scoring once. Jordan Patterson and Andy Burns were each 1/4.
Sean Reid-Foley‘s start got off on the wrong foot, giving up a solo home run to the first batter he faced and he struggled to locate his pitches for all four innings he pitched. He was ultimately charged with four runs (two were earned thanks to an error by Richard Urena), six hits, two home runs, five walks and five strikeouts. William Ouellette, making his Triple-A debut, allowed a home run on the first pitch he threw but retired the next nine batters in order, striking out one to earn the win.
W: William Ouellette (1-0)
HR: Cavan Biggio (4)
Player of the Game: Jonathan Davis, Roemon Fields, Lourdes Gurriel and William Ouellette
New Hampshire Fisher Cats 1, Trenton Thunder (NYY) 6
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats had just seven hits in their 6-1 loss to the Yankees’ Double-A squad, the Trenton Thunder.
Forrest Wall had two hits for the second game in a row, going 2/3 with two walks and an outfield assist and Kevin Smith was 2/3 with a walk. Brock Lundquist walked three times, going 0/1 and Kacy Clemens, Alberto Mineo and Santiago Espinal each had a hit with Espinal taking a walk.
Hector Perez took the loss, giving up six runs on four hits and six walks in 2 2/3 innings, striking out three in another difficult outing, bloating his ERA to 10.69. Jonathan Cheshire inherited a runner and allowed him to score but went 3 1/3 innings of three-hit ball, striking out three to hold the Thunder without any further runs. Danny Young walked one and Kirby Snead struck out one in their respective inning of work.
L: Hector Perez (1-2)
Player of the Game: Forrest Wall
Roster Notes: Tayler Saucedo was promoted to Buffalo from New Hampshire.
Dunedin Blue Jays
Scheduled off day.
Roster Notes: Chavez Young was placed on the temporarily inactive list and William Ouellette was promoted to the Buffalo Bisons.
Scheduled off day.
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