Down on the Blue Jays Farm: 4/28

Your (mostly) daily wrap of the Blue Jays farm system from the previous day.


Patrick Murphy had his strongest outing of the season for New Hampshire, but the Fisher Cats lost 2-1 to Reading in a walk off in 11 innings.  Murphy tossed an 8-inning, 1 run/2 hit gem with 7Ks, and reliever Jackson McClelland pitched two scoreless innings, but Reading received a one out double down the LF line in the 11th to bring in the runner from 2nd under MiLB’s extra inning rule.  Forrest Wall, Alberto Mineo, and Chad Spanberger each contributed 2 hits apiece to the Fisher Cats’ 9-hit attack, but they were only able to push one run across.

In Florida, Nick Allgeyer continued to be one of the best Pitchers in the system you’ve never heard of, tossing 5 shutout innings as Dunedin beat Jupiter 6-2.  The D-Jays swept the four games series from the home Hammerheads, extending their lead in the FSL’s northern division to 3 games in the process.  Ryan Noda, Christian Williams, Demi Orimoloye, and Kevin Vicuña had two hits each for Dunedin.

Buffalo fought back from a four run deficit with three in the 7th and a single run in the 9th, but Lehigh Valley walked them off with a run in the bottom half of the inning to win 6-5.  Jacob Waguespack gave up five runs on ten hits over only 5 IP.

The high-flying Lansing offence managed only a run on 7 hits, dropping a 5-1 decision at Bowling Green, their third loss in four games.  Josh Hiatt piggybacked Juan DePaula, and continued his impressive spring with three scoreless innings.

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