The Affiliates - 2nd of May Recap

The Affiliate offensive was on in full force through 3 of 4 teams yesterday!

Lansing 11, Wisconsin 3

- Henderson Alvarez won his second game of the season following a 7 inning outing. He struck out 4, walked 2, and allowed 4 hits and 3 earned runs. The offensive onslaught was led by Johermyn Chavez who went 3 for 4, including a double and a triple on the day. The pesky SS Tyler Pastornicky also had a strong day while going 2 for 4 with a stolen base (his 7th of the season) and 3 runs scored.

Dunedin 11, Tampa 1
- 1B Jesus Gonzalez hit his first home run of the season while C Jonathan Jaspe had a very strong 4 for 5 day at the plate. The win included a crucial outing by Casey Janssen who may move on to AA very soon after his second shutout outing of the season. Trystan Magnuson followed Janssen's 4 innings with 2 shutout innings of his own while striking out 2 and allowing 0 hits or walks. Tim Collins also had a strong outing from the pen with a shutout inning of his own with 2 strikouts as well.

New Hampshire 14, Binghamton 4
- All NH hitters had at least 1 hit except one and 5 had 2 or more hits a piece in this blowout. Brandon Magee had a rough first outing in High A after starting the year in Lansing, but managed to keep the runs to a minimum. He lasted 3.2 innings, allowed 5 walks and hits and 3 earned runs. The bullpen came through once again (a trend throughout the Jays organization) with 5.1 innings of 1 run ball, allowing only 2 hits.

Las Vegas 0, Salt Lake 4
- The Vegas offense stalled big time in this one with no extra base hits and only 6 hits overall. Salt Lake starter Mike McDonald lasted 7 innings and really had a strong start. Brad Mills took the loss after going 5 innings, allowing 6 hits and 5 walks while striking out 4. Of note was the use of Burres in the pen for 0.2 innings that indicates Brian will not be starting for the time being in AAA....phew. Accardo had a shutout inning to finish the game while striking out 2 and allowing no walks or hits.

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