It was a soggy night across the Blue Jays farm system. Buffalo and Dunedin were rained out at home. Lansing scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the 1st against Dayton, but they nicked starter Cobi Johnson for two equalizing runs in the 2nd, and 3 in the 5th and went on to … Continue reading Down on the Farm: Grab an Umbrella Edition
It was another Organization Sweep night in the Blue Jays farm system. At Lansing, C Ryan Gold had a career night, going 4-5 and hitting for the cycle, the highlight of which was a 6th inning Grand Slam, as the Lugnuts hammered visiting Dayton 12-4. Otto Lopez went 3-4 for Lansing, and Reggie Pruitt … Continue reading Down on the Blue Jays Farm: Ryan is Gold for Lansing
Over the meadow and through the woods to the Blue Jays farm system we go. It was rare perfect night in the Blue Jays organization last night, and thanks to Buffalo's doubleheader sweep, it was a 5-0 evening to boot. The Bisons snapped a seven-game losing streak with a pair of one-run victories over Pawtucket. … Continue reading Down on the Blue Jays Farm: 4/16
The night that was in the Blue Jays system..... Dunedin travelled to Port Charlotte to take on the Rays FSL affiliate, and came away with a 6-1 win. 3B Cullen Large continued his hot start, going 2-4. Maximo Castillo picked up the W, allowing just one earned run over 5.2 innings. The D-Jays improved their … Continue reading Down on the Blue Jays Farm: 4/15
Stats heading into April 15th, 2019.
Nate Pearson was the story of the day in the Blue Jays farm system, on a day in which the system went 1-3, with Lansing rained out. Pearson's last start was limited to 2 innings, but the wraps were off in his start for Dunedin yesterday. Pearson threw 5 scoreless innings, allowing only one baserunner … Continue reading Down on the Blue Jays Farm: 4/14
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.....for Toronto sports fans, it was mostly the latter yesterday, and the farm system was no exception, going 0-fer Saturday. In Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Buffalo ran into old friend Drew Hutchinson, who fanned 8 Bisons en route to a 10-4 win. Jordan Romano made his first … Continue reading Down on The Blue Jays Farm: April 13th
The Major League Baseball draft is less than two months away, and as is usually the case, the picture is becoming somewhat clearer. There is still the usual movement up and down the board, but the top prospects for the draft (Oregon St C Adley Rutschman, Cal 1B Andrew Vaughan) have long since separated themselves … Continue reading Another Look at the MLB Draft
The night that was in the Blue Jays farm system..... Buffalo fell 4-1 in a rain-shortened five inning affair to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Ryan Tepera pitched a scoreless first inning in a rehab outing, while Jordan Patterson's HR provided the only Bison offence on the night. Sean Reid-Foley pitched a scoreless second and third innings, but was … Continue reading Down on the Blue Jays Farm – April 12th
Reports have surfaced over the past week that minor league baseball may add a second minor league team in Canada, as a group calling itself Professional Baseball Alberta made a presentation to Edmonton's city council community services committee about bringing an existing franchise to the Alberta capital. Don Stewart, representing the group, identified the Orem … Continue reading Is MiLB About to Return to Edmonton?