Who’s on top of the pitching leaderboards for the Toronto Blue Jays’ minor league system? Look no further, we’ll have all of that info for you! We’ll also bring you a little more detailed breakdown of how some of your favourite Jays minor leaguers have been doing in further posts. Note: All stats were valid before Tuesdays games.
Several players have a share of the lead with a 0.00 ERA overall. Geno Encina (Lansing) has the most innings for the 0.00 ERA guys, with 17 1/3 while giving up four unearned runs overall. Ryan Cook (Dunedin) has tossed 14 2/3 innings without allowing even an unearned run and Carlos Ramirez (New Hampshire) has just one unearned run in 9 2/3 innings.
Runner up: Mat Latos (Buffalo) – 1.00 ERA, 9 innings
Carlos Ramirez leads in WHIP with a 0.65 number in 9 2/3 innings. Ramirez has 13 strikeouts and just three walks so far with the Fisher Cats.
Runners up: Chris Rowley (New Hampshire) – 0.845, 14 2/3 IP; Ryan Cook (Dunedin) 0.845, 14 2/3 IP
T.J. House leads the organization with 28 in 22 innings for the Buffalo Bisons. House has a 1.64 ERA and 1.27 WHIP so far this year.
Conner Greene has the most walks of any of the Blue Jays’ minor league pitchers with 15, showing that it’s been a bit of a struggle for him so far.
Jackson McClelland (Lansing) leads the organization with four saves and has an excellent 1.86 ERA and 1.09 WHIP over 9 2/3 innings.
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