Bluefield Blue Jays

Baseball Club

Bowen Field
Stadium Drive
Bluefield, WV 24701

www.bluefieldjays.com
Phone: (304) 324-1326
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Media Contact: James Smyth

Bluefield Blue Jays (29-36) at Greeneville Astros (35-32)
Tuesday, August 28 -- 7:00 p.m.
Pioneer Park -- Greeneville, Tennessee
Game #66
RHP JUSTIN JAMES (2-3, 6.08) at RHP MICHAEL FELIZ (0-1, 6.33)

ABOUT LAST NIGHT...: Alberto Tirado made it three straight dazzling starts for the Baby Jays. After Alonzo Gonzalez and Deivy Estrada pitched six shutout innings the last two

nights, the 17-year-old posted five scoreless frames to lead the Jays to a 5-2 win over the Greeneville Astros at Pioneer Park on Monday. Jays starters have put up 17 straight zeroes and
Bluefield won its third straight game. Tirado (W, 2-0) retired the first eight hitters he faced and although he walked Jose Monzon, he immediately picked him off. Brian Blasik’s two-out single
in the fourth inning was the only hit against the righty. He walked two and struck out three and won his second straight start. Bluefield rode a season-high three triples on offense, all three of
which turned into runs. Matt Dean led off the second inning with a three-bagger and scored on Emilio Guerrero’s sacrifice fly against starter Francis Ramirez (L, 5-4). Dalton Pompey tripled
in the fifth inning off of reliever Michael Dimock and came home on Seth Conner’s single. The third Jays run came in the seventh against former Bluefield pitcher Joe Musgrove. Musgrove
was dealt to Houston in a ten-player trade in July and faced his former team. He pitched a perfect sixth inning, but gave up two runs before his night ended abruptly. Pompey doubled and
Christian Frias tripled him in. Musgrove uncorked a wild pitch and Frias scored on a close play at the plate. As Musgrove walked back to the mound, he was ejected by home plate umpire
Andrew Freed. Tanner Bushue entered the game and allowed another run on Dean’s RBI single. Pompey had a game-high three hits and scored twice as he finished a homer short of the cycle.
Les Williams pitched well in relief, tossing a scoreless sixth and seventh inning, but Greeneville crept back in the game in the eighth. Two-out run-scoring singles by Brian Blasik and Michael
Martinez cut the Bluefield lead to 5-2 and brought the tying run to the plate. Lefty Joe Spano came in and walked lefty Ariel Ovando, but he recovered to retire Jose Fernandez on a grounder
to wriggle out of trouble. Spano (S, 1) worked around a one-out walk in the ninth to lock down his first career save. The Blue Jays secured a fourth-place finish in the East Division and avoided
last place with the win. Bluefield has a chance to record their fourth consecutive win for the first time this season and their first series sweep by recording a victory on Tuesday night.

VS. THE ASTROS: Bluefield took two of three from the Astros at Bowen Field to close the month of July. The Astros won the opener 8-7 on a ninth-inning wild pitch. The Jays won the

next game 8-3 before winning 5-1 behind Seth Conner’s four RBIs and Kevin Comer’s pitching. The Blue Jays and Astros split their six-game season series in 2011, with the road team taking
two out of three twice.

- TONIGHT’S PITCHING PROBABLES -

JAMES: Righty reliever Justin James makes his fifth straight start tonight. The Ponte Vedra, Florida native was tagged for five runs (three earned) on eight hits on Thursday against

Kingsport. He did not make it through the third inning and took the loss. His last relief outing was against the Astros on July 31. He inherited a jam from starter Kevin Comer with two outs in
the fifth inning facing the tying run. He retired Ernesto Genoves on a flyout then pitched a 1-2-3 sixth inning with two strikeouts to notch the victory. He was signed as an undrafted free agent
out of Ave Maria University in Florida, where he was a Second Team All-Sun Conference selection as a senior after striking out 86 in 90.1 innings.

FELIZ: 19-year-old Michael Feliz dominated the Gulf Coast League to start the season, but things have not gone as well since he made his Appy League debut in Bluefield on July 31. He
has pitched to a 6.33 ERA in five starts. Although he strikes out more than one batter per inning, he has allowed more than one hit per frame and his BB/9 IP is hovering around six. The Azua,
Dominican Republic native went 5-0 with a 1.64 ERA in 38.1 innings to earn a call-up on July 28. He was all over the GCL leaderboards, with his league-leading five wins and 38.1 innings,
1.64 ERA and 0.89 WHIP (2nd in the league), 35 strikeouts and .185 batting average against (3rd). Signed by Houston at 16 in 2010, Feliz made three starts in the Dominican Summer League
that season, posting a 4.26 ERA. Last year he moved to the States and put up a 4.32 ERA in 50 innings of work in the GCL.

THE TERMINATOR: 2012 Bluefield team MVP Seth Conner is close to reaching the league qualifer (2.7 plate appearances per team game) for batting rate stats. The Rogersville, MO

native needs four plate appearances today to reach the 179 PA plateau. He is batting .297, the ninth-highest among Appy Leaguers with at least 175 plate appearances. He ranks second with
a .425 on base percentage and his .846 OPS is fifth. With a walk in 13.7 percent of his plate appearances, Conner ranks third in the league. At .297 (41-for-138), Conner can secure a .300
batting average for the season with a hit in either of his first two at bats tonight. If he starts 0-for-2, he or 0-for-3, he would need two hits to get over the .300 mark.

STUCK ON SINGLE DIGITS: Nico Taylor went 0-for-3 with a walk last night to end his hitting streak at nine games. It is his longest of the season and it is tied for the longest by a
Blue Jay this season. Christian Lopes also had a nine-gamer from July 29 to August 10. Hailing from McKinney, Texas, Taylor was 13-for-33 (.394) during the run.

WELL DESERVED: Two more Baby Jays earned call-ups to Short Season-A Vancouver. Left-hander Griffin Murphy and center fielder D.J. Davis were sent up to the Northwest League

to help the Canadians in their playoff push. Murphy posted a 1.70 ERA in 37 innings, the second-lowest mark by any Appy Leaguer with at least 30 IP (Teammate Brandon Dorsett is third at
1.71). Murphy did not allow an earned run for 25.2 innings between July 11 and August 24. Davis, the 17th-overall first-round pick in June’s draft, put up a .340/.415./.511 slash line and stole
six bases in 12 games for Bluefield. Both players are in Yakima for the final five games of the season as defending-champ Vancouver is a half-game ahead of Eugene for the final playoff spot.

PLAYOFF MATCHUPS ARE SET: All four Appalachian League playoff berths have been clinched and the semifinal pairings are set. The Burlington Royals (40-25) have won the

East Division and the Elizabethton Twins (42-22) have won the West. The Wild Cards are the Danville Braves (36-27) in the East and the two-time defending champion Johnson City Cardinals
(38-28) in the West. Burlington will play Johnson City and Danville will play Elizabethton. There will be two best-of-three sets starting on Wednesday, with the winners playing another best-offor the Appy League championship. The Wild Card will host the other division’s champion in game one before the division winner hosts the second
BABY JAYS SCHEDULE three
and third games (if necessary). Burlington, the only new playoff team from last season, makes their first trip since 2010, when they were swept 2-0 by
8/7
@PRI
L, 4-3
the Cardinals in the semis. Burlington and Johnson City also squared off in the 1987 Championship Series, when the Burlington Indians beat Ray Lank8/8
@PRI
L, 4-3 (13) ford and the Cards. Elizabethton and Danville have played for the title four times. Justin Morneau and the Twins beat Adam Wainwright’s Braves in 2000.
8/9
@PRI
W, 3-0
8/10
BUR
W, 7-5 (7) The Twins won again in 2003 behind Denard Span and again in 2005 beating Elvis Andrus. Danville got revenge in 2009 and won the fourth matchup.
8/11
BUR
L, 7-2
8/12
BUR
W, 8-0
2012 BLUE JAYS AT A GLANCE
2012 BLUE JAYS ON THE RADIO
8/14
ELZ
L, 7-3
Regular Season Record...........29-36 Tune in to the “Listen Live to Blue Jays Games” link under the Multimedia tab on BluefieldJays.com.
8/15 ELZ PPD
8/16
ELZ
L, 7-3 (7)
Home......................................15-16 James Smyth will have the play-by-play for 40 games this season, including all 34 road contests.
8/16
ELZ
W, 6-4 (7)
Road.......................................14-20 The games will also be carried on WKEZ 1240 AM The Rooster Classic Country. NEXT: TONIGHT
8/17
@DAN
L, 3-0 (7)
Place (Appy Eastern)................... 4th
8/17
@DAN
L, 3-0 (7)
Games Behind.........................-11.0
8/18
@DAN
L, 10-7
BLUE JAYS vs. ASTROS
RECENT TRANSACTIONS
Last 15.......................................7-8
8/18
@DAN
L, 5-4 (7)
8/19
@DAN
W, 3-2 (7)
Last 10.......................................6-4 7/29
AUGUST
25 - OF Dalton Pompey transferred from
GRN
L, 8-7
8/20
PUL
W, 10-2
Last 5.........................................3-2
Vancouver
(SS); 2B Justin Atkinson promoted
8/21
PUL
L, 9-6
7/30
GRN
W, 8-3 from Gulf Coast
League (R)
8/22
PUL
W, 7-6
2012 Home Attendance........ 23,890
GRN
W, 5-1 AUGUST 21 - LHP Daniel Norris, C Santiago
8/23
KPT
L, 7-1
Home Dates................................. 28 7/31
8/24
KPT
L, 7-4
@GRN
W, 3-2 Nessy and 2B Christian Lopes promoted to
Nightly Average Attendance....... 853 8/26
8/25
KPT
W, 7-0
(SS)
Appalachian
League
Rank.
.
.........
6th
8/27
@GRN
W, 5-2 Vancouver
8/26
@GRN
W, 3-2
AUGUST 20 - LHP Zak Adams transferred to Gulf
8/27
@GRN
W, 5-2
8/28
@GRN 7:00 PM Coast League (R)
8/28
@GRN
7:00 PM

SERIES INFORMATION AND PITCHING PROBABLES
Sunday, August 26
Monday, August 27
Tuesday, August 28

@GRN W, 3-2
W: DEIVY ESTRADA (3-6) L: FREDERICK TIBURCIO (3-5) S: TUCKER JENSEN (1)
@GRN W, 5-2
W: ALBERTO TIRADO (2-0) W: FRANCIS RAMIREZ (5-4) S: JOE SPANO (1)
@GRN 7:00 p.m. RHP JUSTIN JAMES (2-3, 6.08) at RHP MICHAEL FELIZ (0-1, 6.33)

APPALACHIAN LEAGUE - ROOKIE CLASS AFFILIATE OF THE

# 29 Justin James
HT: 6-1 WT: 195 BATS/THROWS: R/R
PRO EXPERIENCE: 1st season
AGE: 22
BORN: 3/17/1990
RESIDENCE: Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
ACQUIRED: Signed by the Blue Jays as an undrafted free agent on June 6, 2012

CLUB

W-L ERA G

GS

Bluefield (R)

2-3 6.08 11 4

2012 SEASON STATISTICS

CG

SHO SV

IP

0

0

23.2 29

2012 START-BY-START RESULTS
DATE

OPP

8/6 (2) BRI
8/10 BUR
8/17 (2) @DAN
8/23 KPT

DEC

IP

L
ND
L
L

4.0 3
4.2 5
5.0 4
2.2 8

H

R

ER BB SO

RESULT

1
5
3
5

1 0 5
4 4 6
3 1 4
3 0 3

L, 9-1
W, 9-7
L, 3-0
L, 7-1

0

H

R

ER

HR

22

16 2

BB SO AVG

9

24 .299

LAST TIME OUT:
Justin was knocked out in the third inning and took the loss at home
against Kingsport on Thursday. He allowed five runs, three earned, on
eight hits in two and two-thirds innings.
AGAINST GREENEVILLE:
7/31 vs. GRN (W): 1.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 K
2012 highlights:
• Earned first two professional wins in consecutive relief outings on
7/22 (vs. Danville) and 7/31 (vs. Greeneville)

INSIDE THE NUMBERS
vs. LH: .667 (2-3)
vs. RH: .067 (1-15)
RISP: .000 (0-3)
RISP, 2 OUTS: .000 (0-2)
BLUE JAYS RECORD IN STARTS: 1-3
RUN SUPPORT: 1.00 (4 R/4 START)
FIRST-INNING ERA: 2.25 (1 ER/4 START)
LONGEST OUTING: 5.0 (8/17 GM 2 at DAN
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 6 (8/10 vs. BUR)

Career highlights and notes:
• Signed as an undrafted free agent on June 6, 2012
• Attended the Savannah College of Art and Design for one year
before transferring to Ave Maria University in Florida for his final
three seasons
• Registered a 2.99 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 90.1 innings as a
senior, taking home Second Team All-Sun Conference honors
• Led conference in strikeouts per nine innings as a junior (10.9),
tossed a 19-strikeout gem that season against Webber
International
• Pitched for two summers in the New York Collegiate Baseball
League and was an All-Star in both seasons
• Full bio on page 22 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

hector alvarez
SERIES (GRN): 0-6, BB
CURRENT STREAK: 0
vs. LHP: .000 (0-6)
LAST HR:
(POSITION) STARTS: (C) 14
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (7) 1, (9) 13

7

C

MULTI-HIT GAMES:
LONG STREAK: 1
vs. RHP: .051 (2-39)
PINCH-HITTING: .000 (0-1)

jacob anderson

10

oF

SERIES (GRN): 1-5, 3 K
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 10
CURRENT STREAK: 1
LONG STREAK: 3
vs. LHP: .105 (4-38, 2B)
vs. RHP: .208 (31-149, 3 HR, 3B)
LAST HR: 8/12 vs. BUR (2RHR, 7th)
PINCH-HITTING: .000 (0-1, HBP)
(POSITION) STARTS: (LF) 1, (RF) 40, (DH) 11
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (1) 2, (2) 6, (3) 1, (5) 9, (6) 7, (7) 9, (8) 10, (9) 8

2012 Current Stats: .044, 0 HR, 1 RBI, .146 OPS

2012 Current Stats: .187, 3 HR, 13 RBI, .561 OPS

2012 highlights:

2012 highlights:
• Snapped 0-for-13 season-opening skid by going 2-for-3 with a

walk-off double vs. Johnson City

Career highlights and notes:
• Selected in the Rule 5 Draft from the New York Mets on December

8, 2011
• Batted .240 in four minor league seasons with the Mets
• Played in Venezuelan Summer League in 2008 and 2009,

Dominican Summer League in 2011 and Gulf Coast League in 2012

Career highlights and notes:
• Hit .405 (15-for-37) in nine games with GCL Blue Jays in first pro

action in 2011

Full bio on page 6 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

• Selected in the first round (35th pick) of the 2010 draft
• Baseball America’s 21st-ranked Blue Jays prospect in 2012
• Attended Chino HS (Calif.) and had committed to Pepperdine before

signing with Toronto
• Supplemental first-round pick as compensation for losing Scott

Downs to Los Angeles Angels
• Ranked as 30th best high-school prospect by Baseball America in
2011
• Batted .485 as a senior at Chino HS (Calif.)

eric arce

4

OF

SERIES (KPT): 0-7, BB, R, 4 K
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 8
CURRENT STREAK: 0
LONG STREAK: 3
vs. LHP: .125 (3-24, HR)
vs. RHP: .262 (27-103, 7 HR)
LAST HR: 8/22 vs. PUL (3RHR, 5th)
PINCH-HITTING: .375 (3-8, HR)
(POSITION) STARTS: (1B) 3, (LF) 20, (DH) 15
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (2) 4, (4) 2, (5) 4, (6) 21, (7) 7

Full bio on page 6 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

JUSTIN ATKINSON
SERIES (GRN): 1-5, HBP
CURRENT STREAK: 1
vs. LHP:
LAST HR:
(POSITION) STARTS: (2B) 3
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (3) 2, (4) 1

1

2B

MULTI-HIT GAMES: 1
LONG STREAK: 1
vs. RHP: .300 (3-10, 2B)
PINCH-HITTING:

2012 Current Stats: .236, 8 HR, 27 RBI, .864 OPS

2012 Current Stats: .300, 0 HR, 1 RBI, .764 OPS

2012 highlights:
• In doubleheader finale at Elizabethton on 7/16, hit grand slam in first

inning and three-run homer in the second, finished with 7 RBIs.

2012 highlights:
• Batted .259 in 52 games as primary second baseman for Gulf Coast

League Blue Jays prior to call-up on 8/25.

Career highlights and notes:
• Made professional debut with Gulf Coast League Blue Jays in 2011,

called up to Bluefield on August 24 for final six games
• Led GCL in home runs (14), walks (38) and OPS (1.058). Finished in

the league’s top ten in runs batted in (2nd, 40), slugging percentage

(2nd, .621), on base percentage (3rd, .437), runs (T-10th, 34) and

total bases (4th, 95)
• Gulf Coast League All-Star at Designated Hitter
• Baseball America Rookie Classification All-Star selection (OF)

Career highlights and notes:
• Played in 2006 Little League World Series, hit walk-off single vs.

Saipan for Team Canada in Surrey’s lone victory



Chosen in the 27th round of 2010 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays out
of Lakeland HS (FL); attended Florida State for one season and was
taken again by Toronto in the 27th round in 2011 and turned pro

Full bio on page 7 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

• Selected in the 26th round of the 2011 draft
• Saw first professional action in Gulf Coast League, batted .279 in 12
games
• Started game-winning rally in ninth inning with single and scored

winning run on 8/4 vs. GCL Phillies

Full bio on page 8 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

SETH CONNer

16

C

SERIES (GRN): 1-6, RBI, R, BB, 2 HBP, 2 K
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 10
CURRENT STREAK: 1
LONG STREAK: 7
vs. LHP: .324 (11-34, HR, 2 2B)
vs. RHP: .288 (30-104, HR, 5 2B)
LAST HR: 7/28 at PRI (3RHR, 1st inn.)
PINCH-HITTING: (0-1, BB, K)
(POSITION) STARTS: (C) 13, (1B) 22, (3B) 4, (DH) 3
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (3) 8, (4) 16, (5) 8, (6) 3, (7) 3, (8) 4

DJ DAVIs

SERIES (GRN): 0-3, BB, 2 SB, 3 K
CURRENT STREAK: 0
vs. LHP: .250 (1-4)
LAST HR: 8/23 vs. KPT (SOLO, 9th)
(POSITION) STARTS: (CF) 12
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (1) 12

8

OF

MULTI-HIT GAMES: 7
LONG STREAK: 6
vs. RHP: .349 (15-43, HR, 3B)
PINCH-HITTING:

2012 Current Stats: .297, 2 HR, 28 RBI, .846 OPS

2012 Current Stats: .340, 1 HR, 6 RBI, .926 OPS

2012 highlights:
• Batted .250 (4-for-16) in five GCL games before call-up to Bluefield
• Debuted on 6/24 vs. Johnson City, grounded clean single up the

middle to break up no-hitter with two outs and two strikes in ninth.
• Voted by teammates and coaches as the Blue Jays’ Most Valuable
Player

2012 highlights:
• Batted .233 with a .713 OPS in 43 games in the Gulf Coast League

prior to call-up to Bluefield on 8/17
• Hit safely in six straight games from 8/17 to 8/21, hit .423 (11-26)

and had multiple hits in five of the six contests

Career highlights and notes:
• Debuted with GCL Blue Jays, played 50 games, mostly at third base
with some time at first base, batted .276 with a .395 on base

percentage (8th in GCL) and 30 walks (3rd in GCL)

Full bio on page 13 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

matt dean

9

3b

SERIES (GRN): 2-7, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, R, BB, 3 K MULTI-HIT GAMES: 9
CURRENT STREAK: 1
LONG STREAK: 4
vs. LHP: .250 (11-44, HR, 4 2B)
vs. RHP: .218 (26-119, 4 3B)
LAST HR: 7/28 at PRI (2RHR, 3rd inn.)
PINCH-HITTING: .000 (0-1, BB)
(POSITION) STARTS: (3B) 45, (DH) 1
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (2) 1, (3) 1, (5) 2, (6) 5, (7) 18, (8) 18, (9) 1

2012 Current Stats: .227, 2 HR, 24 RBI, .650 OPS

2012 highlights:
• Hit first professional home run at Princeton on 7/26, went 4-for-4

with three RBIs in 9-2 win
Career highlights and notes:
• Selected in the 13th round of the 2011 draft
• Baseball America’s 11th-ranked Blue Jays prospect in 2012
• Had committed to Texas before signing with Toronto
• Ranked as 60th-best high-school prospect by Baseball America in
2011
• Starred in baseball and football at The Colony High School in Texas

Full bio on page 14 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

Career highlights and notes:
• Selected in the first round (17th pick) of the 2012 draft
• Committed to Meridian Community College before signing with
Toronto
• Son of Wayne Davis, a Blue Jays minor league outfielder from 1985-
1988

Full bio on page 14 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

christian frias
SERIES (GRN): 1-3, 3B, RBI, R
CURRENT STREAK: 1
vs. LHP: .000 (0-5)
LAST HR:
(POSITION) STARTS: (2B) 12, (DH) 1
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (8) 8, (9) 5

2

2b

MULTI-HIT GAMES:
LONG STREAK: 3
vs. RHP: .231 (9-39, 3B)
PINCH-HITTING: 1.000 (2-2)

2012 Current Stats: .205, 0 HR, 3 RBI, .550 OPS
2012 highlights:
• Knocked run-scoring triple in win at Greeneville on 8/27
Career highlights and notes:
• Batted .137 in 36 games for GCL Blue Jays during the 2010 and

2011 seasons







Signed as an undrafted free agent on July 30, 2010
Attended Jarvis Christian College in Texas, then transferred to the
University of Rio Grande
Hit .326 for Rio Grande in 2010 as the RedStorm had its best season
ever, winning the Mid-South Conference and earning its first bid to
the NAIA Tournament
Godson of 2011 Hall of Fame inductee Roberto Alomar, the first to be
enshrined in Cooperstown as a Toronto Blue Jay

Full bio on page 18 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

EMILIO GUERRERO

3

3b

SERIES (GRN): 1-7, RBI, R, 2 K
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 3
CURRENT STREAK: 0
LONG STREAK: 3
vs. LHP: .400 (2-5, 3B)
vs. RHP: .178 (8-45)
LAST HR:
PINCH-HITTING:
(POSITION) STARTS: (SS) 8, (3B) 7
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (2) 5, (7) 4, (8) 1, (9) 5

JORDAN LEYLAND
SERIES (GRN): 1-4, HR, RBI, R, 2 K
CURRENT STREAK: 3
vs. LHP: .250 (4-16)
LAST HR: 8/26 at GRN (SOLO, 5th)
(POSITION) STARTS: (1B) 10, (DH) 2
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (5) 1, (8) 8, (9) 3

24

1B

MULTI-HIT GAMES: 1
LONG STREAK: 6
vs. RHP: .219 (7-22, HR, 2B)
PINCH-HITTING: .000 (0-1)

2012 Current Stats: .200, 0 HR, 8 RBI, .482 OPS

2012 Current Stats: .229, 1 HR, 3 RBI, .593 OPS

2012 highlights:
• In the Gulf Coast League, played mostly third base, with some time

at shortstop; hit .244 with two home runs in 24 games before call-

up on 8/8

2012 highlights:
• Batted .235 with one homer and 13 RBIs in 23 games with Short

Season-A Vancouver before joining Bluefield on 7/24

Career highlights and notes:
• Batted .239 in 53 games as regular third baseman for the Dominican

Summer League Blue Jays in 2011

Signed as an undrafted free agent on May 23, 2011

Career highlights and notes:
• Taken in the ninth round of the 2012 draft by Toronto out of Azusa
Pacific in California, where he was an NAIA Second Team All-American
in 2012
• Selected in the 36th round of the 2008 draft by the Tampa Bay Rays,
but chose to attend UC-Irvine
• Played with the Anteaters for three years and was selected by the Rays
again (44th round, 2011) before transferring to Azusa Pacific
• Played for the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod League in 2010 and
made the All-Star Team
• Brother Josh was drafted by Oakland (16th rd, 2009) and spent the
2009 and 2011 seasons in the Arizona League

DALTON POMPEY
SERIES (GRN): 4-8, 2B, 3B, 2 R, 2 SB, K
CURRENT STREAK: 3
vs. LHP: .
LAST HR:
(POSITION) STARTS: (CF) 1, (RF) 2
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (2) 1, (6) 2

25

OF

MULTI-HIT GAMES: 1
LONG STREAK: 3
vs. RHP: .500 (5-10, 2B, 3B)
PINCH-HITTING:

Full bio on page 25 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

nico taylor

20

oF

SERIES (GRN): 1-7, 2B, BB, R, 2 K
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 10
CURRENT STREAK: 0
LONG STREAK: 9
vs. LHP: .220 (9-41, 3B)
vs. RHP: .294 (35-119, 9 2B, HR)
LAST HR: 7/1 vs. PUL (SOLO, 6th)
PINCH-HITTING:
(POSITION) STARTS: (LF) 27, (RF) 16, (DH) 1
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (5) 7, (6) 14, (7) 5, (8) 5, (9) 13

2012 Current Stats: .500, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 1.300 OPS

2012 Current Stats: .275, 1 HR, 14 RBI, .694 OPS

2012 highlights:
• Hit .294 with a .442 OBP for Short Season-A Vancouver before a bro-
ken hamate bone in his left wrist put him on the DL only 11 games
into the season on 6/25

2012 highlights:
• Batted .407 (11-27) during eight-game hitting streak from 6/29 to 7/7
• Ran up nine-game hit streak from 8/19 to 8/26, hitting .394 (13-33)

Career highlights and notes:
• Selected in the 16th round of the 2010 draft

Career highlights and notes:
• Batted .319 in 30 games for Gulf Coast League Blue Jays, made only

one error in the outfield
• Broke 6-6 ninth-inning tie with two-out, three-run homer for a walk-

off win vs. GCL Phillies on 8/15

• Began 2011 in Gulf Coast League, was perfect on 19 steal attempts
to finish tied for fifth in GCL and his 24 walks tied for tenth
• Went 8-for-15 with eight runs in four GCL games from 8/5-8/9 to earn
call-up to Bluefield
• Hit .191 in 18 games with Bluefield to finish regular season, hit .357
(5-14) with five runs scored in four postseason games
• Debuted with GCL Blue Jays in 2010, went 9-for-47 (.191) in 11 games
• Full bio on page 33 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com



Selected in the 38th round of the 2011 draft
Attended Northwood University in Texas, where he hit .418 and was
a 2011 NAIA Second-Team All-American

Full bio on page 40 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

dickie joe thon

17

ss

SERIES (PUL): 0-5, SB, R
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 7
CURRENT STREAK: 0
LONG STREAK: 4
vs. LHP: .185 (5-27, 2B, 3B)
vs. RHP: .238 (28-122, 2 HR)
LAST HR: 7/29 vs. GRN (SOLO, 7th inn.)
PINCH-HITTING: .500 (1-2)
(POSITION) STARTS: (SS) 39, (DH) 4
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (1) 2, (2) 15, (3) 2, (5) 1, (6) 6, (7) 13, (8) 3, (9) 1

JORGE VEGA-ROSADO

26 2B

SERIES (GRN): 0-5, 2 K
MULTI-HIT GAMES: 12
CURRENT STREAK: 0
LONG STREAK: 6
vs. LHP: .348 (16-46, HR, 2 2B)
vs. RHP: .243 (25-103, 4 2B, HR)
LAST HR: 8/10 vs. BUR (2RHR, 6th inn.)
PINCH-HITTING: .333 (1-3, BB)
(POSITION) STARTS: (2B) 13, (SS) 6, (3B) 5, (CF) 1, (DH) 10
(BATTING ORDER) STARTS: (1) 21, (2) 8, (3) 6, (6) 1

2012 Current Stats: .221, 2 HR, 14 RBI, .640 OPS

2012 Current Stats: .275, 2 HR, 12 RBI, .724 OPS

2012 highlights:
• Knocked a three-run double to key 7-2 win on Opening Night in

Bristol on 6/19

2012 highlights:
• Batted .091 in six games in April with low-A Lansing; hit .105 in

eight games with GCL Blue Jays in June
• Hit game-winning two-run homer on 8/10 against Burlington to help

get manager Dennis Holmberg his 1,300th career victory

Career highlights and notes:
• Baseball America’s 27th-ranked Blue Jays prospect in 2012
• Played 45 games (mostly at shortstop) for Gulf Coast League Blue

Jays despite blood disorder that sidelined him in spring training
• Returned to bat .348 in June





Selected in the fifth round of the 2010 draft
Ranked as 16th-best prospect in Toronto organization by Baseball
America in 2011
Attended Academia Perpetuo Socorro in Puerto Rico and had
committed to Rice University before signing with Toronto
Son of former major league infielder Dickie Thon

Full bio on page 41 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

Career highlights and notes:
• Was named a GCL All-Star in first pro season in 2011, finished in the

league’s top ten in batting average (.317, 8th), steals (22, T-3rd),

hits (58, T-4th), runs (39, 6th), doubles (12, T-8th), total bases (86,

10th) and OPS (.850, 10th)
• Won R. Howard Webster Award as GCL Blue Jays’ Most Valuable
Player

Selected in the 28th round of the 2011 draft
Attended Miami-Dade Community College

colby broussard

22 rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 3.0 (8/20 vs. PUL)
LAST WIN:
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 5
MOST WALKS: 2
vs. LH: .417 (10-24)
vs. RH: .254 (18-71)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 7/6 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 3/5
LAST HR ALLOWED: 8/24 vs. KPT (SOLO)
OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
@PRI H 2.0 2 0 0
BUR ND 1.0 0 0 0
@DAN (2)
ND 1.0 0 0 0
PUL S 3.0 4 2 2
KPT ND 2.1 4 2 2

36 rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 2.1 (8/8 at PRI)
LAST WIN:
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4
MOST WALKS: 1
vs. LH: .273 (3-11)
vs. RH: .100 (3-30)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 3/3 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 4/5
LAST HR ALLOWED:

LAST 5 APPEARANCES
DATE
8/9
8/12
8/17
8/20
8/24

WIL BROWNING

LAST 5 APPEARANCES

BB SO HR
0 1 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
0 5 1
2 2 1

DATE
7/31
8/8
8/10
8/12
8/16

OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
GRN ND 1.0 1 0 0
@PRI ND 2.1 3 0 0
BUR S 1.0 0 0 0
BUR ND 1.0 0 0 0
ELZ (2) S 1.1 0 0 0

BB SO HR
0 1 0
1 2 0
0 1 0
0 2 0
0 1 0

2012 Current Stats: 0-4-3, 7.04 ERA, 17 G, 23.0 IP, 16 BB, 27 K 2012 Current Stats: 0-1-4, 0.82 ERA, 10 G, 11.0 IP, 3 BB, 16 K
2012 highlights:
• Struck out side in scoreless ninth to finish combined four-hit

shutout with Tom Robson and Kevin Comer on 6/27 at Burlington

Career highlights and notes:
• Appeared in 18 games, all in relief, for the GCL Blue Jays; finished

tied for seventh in circuit with seven saves and tied for third with 16

games finished
• Posted a 1.85 ERA and allowed only 12 hits in 24.1 innings, holding

opponents to a .145 batting average
• Allowed only six hits in 18 innings of work over first 14 appearances


Selected in the 44th round of the 2011 draft
Attended Faulkner University in Montgomery, AL for one season
after transferring from LSU-Eunice

Full bio on page 10 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

julio carmona

50 rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 4.0 (8/17 at DAN GM 1)
LAST WIN:
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 4
MOST WALKS: 2
vs. LH: .333 (9-27)
vs. RH: .171 (13-76)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 4/2 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 2/3
LAST HR ALLOWED:
OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
@JC S 1.0 3 2 2
@PRI ND 2.0 1 0 0
@DAN (1)
L 4.0 2 1 1
PUL ND 1.2 3 3 0
KPT ND 1.0 0 0 0

Career highlights and notes:
• Signed as an undrafted free agent on June 6, 2012
• Attended the University of Louisiana-Monroe, helped lead the
Warhawks to the Sun Belt Conference Championship and a spot in
the NCAA Regional

shane davis

19

lhp

LONGEST OUTING: 5.0 (8/18 at DAN)
LAST WIN:
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 5
MOST WALKS: 3
vs. LH: .188 (3-16)
vs. RH: .317 (19-60)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 10/6 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES:
LAST HR ALLOWED: 7/9 at BUR (2RHR, 7th)

LAST 5 APPEARANCES
DATE
8/1
8/7
8/17
8/22
8/24

2012 highlights:
• Called up to Bluefield on 7/12 after posting 1.35 ERA in seven relief

appearances for Gulf Coast League Blue Jays
• Struck out four batters in the ninth inning to lock down a save

against Danville on 7/22
• Escaped bases-loaded no-out jam in tenth inning at Princeton

on 8/8, put up 2.1 shutout frames before Rays clinched Mercer Cup

LAST 5 APPEARANCES

BB SO HR
0 3 0
1 2 0
1 3 0
1 3 0
0 2 0

DATE
8/6
8/8
8/14
8/18
8/22

OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
BRI (1) ND 2.1 5 3 1
@PRI L 0.0 0 1 0
ELZ ND 2.0 1 0 0
@DAN ND 5.0 1 2 1
PUL H 0.2 1 2 2

BB SO HR
0 2 0
1 0 0
0 4 0
3 5 0
2 0 0

2012 Current Stats: 0-4-2, 2.93 ERA, 16 G, 27.2 IP, 15 BB, 32 K

2012 Current Stats: 0-2-0, 5.59 ERA, 12 G, 19.1 IP, 12 BB, 18 K

Career highlights and notes:
• Switched from rotation to bullpen in first stateside action in 2011,

appearing in 23 games for GCL Blue Jays, one off the league lead

behind Montreal Robinson of GCL Tigers

Career highlights and notes:
• Made 18 relief appearances for Vancouver Canadians during their

Northwest League championship season in 2011

2012 highlights:
• Walked tightrope in save at Johnson City on 8/1; allowed two runs,

but struck out two with tying run aboard to lock down 6-5 win





Led the Dominican Summer League Blue Jays in starts in 2010 (14)
Held opposing bats to .189 average, allowing only 38 hits in 58
innings and did not allow a home run
Notched career highs in strikeouts (11) and innings pitched (6) in
tough-luck loss to DSL Rays on 8/7


Signed as international free agent on April 12, 2010
Full bio on page 11 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

2012 highlights:
• Took tough-luck loss in Mercer Cup clincher at Princeton on 8/8;

allowed run in bottom of the 13th on walk and E-5 behind him







Selected in the 42nd round of the 2011 draft
Attended Canisius College, where he was an All-MAAC First-Team
selection in 2010 and set the school record for career wins,
strikeouts, innings, starts and complete games
2008 New York Collegiate Baseball League Pitcher of the Year,
allowed two earned runs in 54 innings (0.33 ERA) and pitched a
no-hitter on 6/11

Full bio on page 14 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

brandon dorsett

35 rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 3.0 (twicce, last 8/25 vs. KPT)
LAST WIN: 8/16 GM 2 vs. ELZ
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3
MOST WALKS: 1
vs. LH: .282 (11-39)
vs. RH: .179 (15-84)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 11/8 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 4/6
LAST HR ALLOWED:

justin james

OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
BUR ND 2.0 3 3 3
ELZ (2) W 1.0 0 1 0
@DAN L 1.1 3 4 1
PUL S 1.2 0 0 0
KPT S 3.0 2 0 0

LAST 5 APPEARANCES
BB SO HR
1 2 0
1 0 0
0 1 0
0 3 0
1 0 0

2012 Current Stats: 3-2-4, 1.71 ERA, 18 G, 31.2 IP, 5 BB, 19 K
2012 highlights:
• Recorded the victory in his professional debut with two innings (0

ER) of relief vs. Johnson City on 6/23
• Holds the fifth-best BB/IP ratio among qualified Appy League

relievers (6 BB/31.2 IP)

Career highlights and notes:
• Signed as an undrafted free agent on June 6, 2012
• Attended Indiana State University, where he pitched for four
seasons and posted a 1.61 ERA in 26 appearances as a senior
• His father, Brian, was a catcher at Indiana State and played 163
games in the major leagues over eight seasons (1987-91, 1993-94,
1996) for the Indians, Angels, Yankees, Padres, Reds and Cubs

Full bio on page 16 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

DATE
7/31
8/6
8/10
8/17
8/23

13

Rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 2.2 (8/19 GM 1 at DAN)
LAST WIN:
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 2
MOST WALKS: 0
vs. LH: .000 (0-2)
vs. RH: .167 (2-12)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 4/4 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES:
LAST HR ALLOWED:

LAST 5 APPEARANCES

OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
GRN W 1.1 0 0 0
BRI (2) L 4.0 3 1 1
BUR ND 4.2 5 5 4
@DAN (2)
L 5.0 4 3 3
KPT L 2-2 8 5 3

BB SO HR
0 2 0
0 5 1
4 6 1
1 4 0
0 3 0

2012 Current Stats: 2-3-0, 6.08 ERA, 11 G, 23.2 IP, 9 BB, 24 K
2012 highlights:
• Earned first two professional wins in consecutive relief outings on

7/22 (vs. Danville) and 7/31 (vs. Greeneville)

Career highlights and notes:
• Signed as an undrafted free agent on June 6, 2012
• Attended the Savannah College of Art and Design for one year

before transferring to Ave Maria University in Florida for his final

three seasons
• Registered a 2.99 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 90.1 innings as a senior,

taking home Second Team All-Sun Conference honors
• Led conference in strikeouts per nine innings as a junior (10.9),

tossed a 19-strikeout gem that season against Webber International
• Pitched for two summers in the New York Collegiate Baseball

League and was an All-Star in both seasons

BRANDON KAyE

rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 5.0 (8/17 at DAN GM 2)
LAST WIN: 7/31 vs. GRN
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 6
MOST WALKS: 4
vs. LH: .440 (11-25)
vs. RH: .250 (18-72)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 2/2 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 0/1
LAST HR ALLOWED: 8/10 at BUR (SLAM)

LAST 5 APPEARANCES
DATE
8/11
8/16
8/18
8/22
8/25

29

Full bio on page 22 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

griffin murphy

28 lhp

LONGEST OUTING: 4.1 (8/19 GM 1 at DAN)
LAST WIN: 6/29 at KPT
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 7
MOST WALKS: 3
vs. LH: .217 (5-23)
vs. RH: .162 (16-99)
INHERITED/STRANDED:
SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 1/2
LAST HR ALLOWED: 8/24 vs. KPT (2RHR)

LAST 5 APPEARANCES

DATE
OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
BB SO HR
8/18 (1) @DAN ND 2.2 2 0 0 0 1 0
8/23 KPT ND 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 0

DATE
8/8
8/11
8/14
8/19
8/24

OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
@PRI BS 2.2 3 1 0
BUR ND 2.0 1 0 0
ELZ ND 2.0 0 0 0
@DAN (2)
ND 4.1 1 1 0
KPT ND 2.2 3 3 3

BB SO HR
2 2 0
0 3 0
0 4 0
3 7 0
0 3 1

2012 Current Stats: 0-0-1, 0.00 ERA, 2 G, 4.0 IP, 0 BB, 3 K

2012 Current Stats: 1-2-1, 1.05 ERA, 14 G, 34.1 IP, 13 BB, 39 K

Career highlights and notes:
• Posted a 3.65 ERA in 24.2 innings for Short Season-A Vancouver in
2011

Career highlights and notes:
• Made 11 starts for GCL Blue Jays in 2011, finishing tied for fourth in

the league in that category
• Struck out 39 batters in 41 innings

2012 highlights:
• Pitched to a 3.21 ERA over 14 relief appearances between high-A

Dunedin and the Gulf Coast League Jays before call-up to Bluefield

on 8/19



Selected in the 45th round of the 2009 draft by the Blue Jays, but
he chose to attend Douglas College in British Columbia
Signed with Toronto as a free agent in 2011

2012 highlights:
• Posted 13 straight scoreless innings from 7/14 to 8/8; had streak of

25.2 innings without allowing an earned run (7/11 to 8/24)




Selected in the second round of the 2010 draft
Attended Redlands East Valley HS
Ranked as 14th-best prospect in Toronto organization by Baseball
America in 2011

Full bio on page 29 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

joe spano

5

lhp

LONGEST OUTING: 3.0 (8/24 vs. KPT)
LAST WIN: 7/16 at ELZ GM 2
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 5
MOST WALKS: 3
vs. LH: .105 (2-19)
vs. RH: .321 (27-84)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 8/8 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 1/1
LAST HR ALLOWED:
OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
ELZ ND 2.1 2 0 0
@DAN (1)
ND 1.0 4 2 2
PUL ND 2.0 2 1 1
KPT ND 3.0 3 2 2
@GRN S 1.1 0 0 0

2012 highlights:
• Struck out 33 in 27 innings during debut season, the fifth-best K/IP

ratio in the Appy League among qualified relievers
Career highlights and notes:
• Signed as an undrafted free agent on June 6, 2012
• Attended the University of Notre Dame
• Missed 2011 season due to Tommy John surgery, but returned in
2012 to post 3.43 ERA in 29 games for the Fighting Irish
• Won 2006 state title as a sophomore at Seton Hall Prep in New
Jersey, won it again in 2007 on the nation’s top-ranked high school
team
Full bio on page 39 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

DATE
8/6
8/10
8/14
8/18
8/23

37

rhp

LONGEST OUTING: 3.1 (8/23 vs. KPT)
LAST WIN: 8/19 GM 2 at DAN
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3
MOST WALKS: 2
vs. LH: .042 (1-24)
vs. RH: .309 (21-68, 3 HR)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 6/4 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES:
LAST HR ALLOWED: 8/16 vs. ELZ GM 1 (2RHR)

LAST 5 APPEARANCES
DATE
OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
8/12 BUR ND 1.0 1 0 0
8/16 (1) ELZ ND 2.2 1 1 1
8/19 (2) @DAN W 2.2 1 1 1
8/23 KPT ND 3.1 2 0 0
8/27 @GRN H 2.2 3 2 2

BB SO HR
1 0 0
0 2 1
0 3 0
0 3 0
1 0 0

2012 Current Stats: 2-1-0, 5.40 ERA, 13 G, 23.1 IP, 6 BB, 17 K
2012 highlights:
• After a rain delay of nearly two hours and 30 minutes, entered in

relief and fired three perfect innings for the win at Pulaski on 7/13

Career highlights and notes:
• Returns to Bluefield after going 2-2 with a 4.46 ERA in 17 games in

2011, allowed two runs in lone playoff relief appearance



Selected in the 37th round of the 2011 draft
Attended Northeastern University, where he is the program’s
all-time leader in innings pitched
Played for the Canadian Junior National Team as a high schooler

Full bio on page 43 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

OPP
DEC IP
H
R
ER
BRI (2) ND 1.2 0 0 0
BUR W 1.1 0 0 0
ELZ ND 2.0 0 0 0
@DAN ND 0.2 1 2 2
KPT ND 1.2 1 2 1

BB SO HR
1 2 0
1 3 0
0 1 0
3 1 0
4 3 0

2012 Current Stats: 1-1-0, 5.30 ERA, 15 G, 19.0 IP, 18 BB, 19 K
2012 highlights:
• Struck out three in one and one-third innings of scoreless relief

on 8/10 against Burlington, picked up the win in manager Dennis

Holmberg’s 1,300th career victory

Career highlights and notes:
• After missing 2010 due to Tommy John surgery, returned in 2011

and allowed five runs in four and one-third innings over four relief

outings (10.38 ERA) in Gulf Coast League
• Made nine starts and one relief appearance in Dominican Summer

League in 2009, held opponents to 24 hits in 32.2 innings and

pitched to a 2.20 ERA
• Knocked around in first professional action in DSL in 2008, allowed

11 earned runs and walked 11 batters in six innings of work

les williams

rhp

LAST 5 APPEARANCES

BB SO HR
1 4 0
1 2 0
0 3 0
1 2 0
2 1 0

2012 Current Stats: 1-1-0, 5.00 ERA, 17 G, 27.0 IP, 20 BB, 33 K

30

LONGEST OUTING: 2.0 (three times, last 8/14 vs. ELZ)
LAST WIN:
MOST STRIKEOUTS: 3
MOST WALKS: 4
vs. LH: .045 (1-22)
vs. RH: .250 (12-48)
INHERITED/STRANDED: 3/2 SAVES/SAVE OPPORTUNITIES: 0/1
LAST HR ALLOWED: 7/27 at PRI (2RHR)

LAST 5 APPEARANCES
DATE
8/14
8/17
8/21
8/24
8/27

denny valdez

Signed as international free agent on July 28, 2008
Full bio on page 42 of Bluefield Media Guide on BluefieldJays.com

BLUE JAYS VS. APPALACHIAN LEAGUE

BLUE JAYS’ SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN

TOTAL HOME ROAD

Overall Record
29-36
Vs. East Division
17-20
Vs. West Division
12-16
Day Games
0-2
Night Games
29-34
Day Games After Night 0-2
Blue Jays Score 1st
23-6
Opponent Scores 1st 6-30
Games Won in Last AB 5-10
Vs. RH Starters
20-25
Vs. LH Starters
9-11
Blue Jays Starter 5+ IP 15-11
Blue Jays Starter 6+ IP 7-0
Blue Jays Starter 7+ IP 0-0
Blue Jays Starter 8+ IP 0-0
When Hitting a HR
21-15
When Not Hitting a HR 8-21
Outhit Opponent
21-5
Equal # of Hits
2-3
Outhit by Opponent
6-28
Commit 0 Errors
8-4
Commit 1-2 Errors
15-23
Commit 3+ Errors
6-9
Leading After 7th
28-4
Trailing After 7th
1-27
Tied After 7th
0-5
Leading After 8th
22-4
Trailing After 8th
1-17
Tied After 8th
1-4
Extra-Innings Games
0-3
Doubleheaders
4-10
Series Record
7-13-3
One-Run Games
9-11
Two-Run Games
6-7
5+ Run Games
10-8
Shutout Record
6-5
Scoring 0-2 Runs
3-13
Scoring 3-4 Runs
6-11
Scoring 5+ Runs
20-12
June Record
5-7
July Record
12-14
August Record
12-15
Monday Record
6-4
Tuesday Record
4-3
Wednesday Record
4-3
Thursday Record
3-8
Friday Record
4-6
Saturday Record
4-7
Sunday Record
4-5

15-16
9-7
6-9
0-1
15-15
0-1
9-1
6-15
5-3
9-12
6-4
7-3
4-0
0-0
0-0
10-7
5-9
10-0
1-1
4-15
3-1
9-12
3-3
14-2
1-13
0-1
10-2
1-9
1-1
0-1
2-4
4-5-2
6-3
4-4
4-4
3-0
2-7
1-5
12-4
1-2
7-6
7-8
3-2
2-2
2-1
1-3
1-3
4-2
2-3

14-20
8-13
6-7
0-1
14-19
0-1
14-5
0-15
0-7
11-13
3-7
8-8
3-0
0-0
0-0
11-8
3-12
11-5
1-2
2-13
5-3
6-11
3-6
14-2
0-14
0-4
12-2
0-8
0-3
0-2
2-6
3-8-1
3-8
2-3
6-4
3-5
1-6
5-6
8-8
4-5
5-8
5-7
3-2
2-1
2-2
2-5
3-3
0-5
2-2

TOTAL HOME ROAD

Bristol 2-4 1-2 1-2
Burlington 4-5 2-1 2-4
Danville
3-6
2-2
1-4
Elizabethton 2-4 1-2 1-2
Greeneville 4-1 2-1 2-0
Johnson City
2-3
1-2
1-1
Kingsport 2-4 1-2 1-2
Princeton
5-6
2-2
3-4
Pulaski
5-3
3-2
2-1
TOTALS

29-36

15-16

14-20

TOTAL 2H 3H 4H 5+

TOTAL 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI 5+

MULTI-HIT GAMES
Hector Alvarez
Jacob Anderson
Eric Arce
Justin Atkinson
Alex Azor
Art Charles
Seth Conner
D.J. Davis
Matt Dean
Christian Frias
Emilio Guerrero
D.J. Jones
Jason Leblebijian
Jordan Leyland
Christian Lopes
Santiago Nessy
Chris Peters
Dalton Pompey
Carlos Ramirez
Dwight Smith
Nico Taylor
Dickie Joe Thon
Jorge Vega-Rosado

-
9
8
1
2
4
11
7
9
-
3
1
1
1
18
9
-
1
2
11
10
6
12

MULTI-RBI GAMES

Hector Alvarez
Jacob Anderson
Eric Arce
Justin Atkinson
Alex Azor
Art Charles
Seth Conner
D.J. Davis
Matt Dean
Christian Frias
Emilio Guerrero
D.J. Jones
Jason Leblebijian
Jordan Leyland
Christian Lopes
Santiago Nessy
Chris Peters
Dalton Pompey
Carlos Ramirez
Dwight Smith
Nico Taylor
Dickie Joe Thon
Jorge Vega-Rosado

-
1
6
-
-
3
6
1
4
-
3
2
1
-
7
5
2
-
-
7
2
2
3

CATCHING STATISTICS
CATCHER

Alvarez
Conner
Nessy
TOTAL
CATCHER

- - - 7
2
-
7
1
-
1 - - 1
1
-
3
1
-
9
2
-
7 - - 8 - 1 - - - 3 - - 1 - - -
1
-
1 - - 17
1
-
7
2
-
- - - -
1
-
2 - - 10
1
-
7
3
-
6
-
-
9
3
-
-

Alvarez
Conner
Nessy
TOTAL

GS CS SB ATT PCT
15 10 16 26 .385
14 5 11 16 .313
36 19 38 57 .333
65 34 65 99 .343
PB INN ER ERA
W-L
3 125 67 4.82 6-9
6 120 42 3.15 8-6
5 297.2 123 3.72 15-21
14 542.2 232 3.85 29-36

- - - 1 - - 2 2 1 1
- - - - - - 1
1
1
3
2
1
1 - - 3
1
-
- - - 2
1
-
2 - - 1 - - - - - 5
1
1
4
1
-
2 - - - - - - - - 5
2
-
2 - - 1
1
-
3 - - -

MISCELLANEOUS FEATS

Multi-HR Games
2, Art Charles, 6/25 at Burlington, 1st inning (2RHR), 3rd inning (2RHR)
2, Eric Arce, 7/17 at Elizabethton GM 2, 1st inning (SLAM), 2nd inning (3RHR)
Back-To-Back Home Runs

Grand Slams
Eric Arce, 7/17 at Elizabethton Game Two, 1st inning, 2 out
Ten-Game Hitting Streaks

Walk-Off Hits
Jacob Anderson, 6/23 vs. Johnson City, 9th inning, RBI 2B in 5-5 game
D.J. Jones, 8/4 vs. Bristol, 9th inning, two-run 2B down 7-6
Blue Jays’ record by uniform:
Home white: 13-14
Road gray: 12-16
Blue alternate: 4-6

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS

LONGEST WINNING STREAK....................................................................................................................................................... 3 (twice, last 8/25-8/27, 1 vs. Kingsport 2 at Greeneville)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK.................................................................................................................................................................................5 (7/5/-7/9, 2 vs. Danville 3 at Burlington)
LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY............................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 (twice, last 7/13 at Pulaski)
LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10 (7/6 vs. Danville)
LARGEST SHUTOUT WIN................................................................................................................................................................................................................8-0 (8/12 at Burlington)
LARGEST SHUTOUT LOSS................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8-0 (7/16 GM 1 at Elizabethton)
LONGEST GAME, TIME................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3:47 (8/8 at Princeton [13 innings])
LONGEST HOME GAME, TIME........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3:15 (7/5 vs. Danville)
LONGEST ROAD GAME, TIME....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3:47 (8/8 at Princeton [13 innings])
LONGEST 9-INNING HOME GAME, TIME........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3:15 (7/5 vs. Danville)
LONGEST 9-INNING ROAD GAME, TIME............................................................................................................................................................................................3:09 (8/18 at Danville)
LONGEST 7-INNING HOME GAME, TIME......................................................................................................................................................................... 2:09 (8/16 GM 2 vs. Elizabethton)
LONGEST 7-INNING ROAD GAME, TIME............................................................................................................................................................................2:55 (7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
SHORTEST 9-INNING HOME GAME, TIME...................................................................................................................................................................2:04 (twice, last 8/12 vs. Burlington)
SHORTEST 9-INNING ROAD GAME, TIME.....................................................................................................................................................................................2:02 (8/26 at Greeneville)
SHORTEST 7-INNING HOME GAME, TIME............................................................................................................................................................................1:37 (7/21 GM 2 vs. Princeton)
SHORTEST 7-INNING ROAD GAME, TIME................................................................................................................................................................................ 1:34 (8/17 GM 1 at Danville)
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13 (8/8 at Princeton)
LONGEST HOME GAME, INNINGS...............................................................................................................................................................................................10 (6/22 vs. Johnson City)
LONGEST ROAD GAME, INNINGS........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13 (8/8 at Princeton)
LARGEST CROWD, HOME............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2,296 (7/4 vs. Danville)
LARGEST CROWD, ROAD............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1,637 (7/26 at Princeton)
SMALLEST CROWD, HOME..........................................................................................................................................................................................................523 (8/10 vs. Burlington)
SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 464 (6/27 at Burlington)
MOST ERRORS............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 (8/2 at Johnson City)
MOST ERRORS BY OPPONENT...........................................................................................................................................................................................6 (twice, last 7/27 at Princeton)
LONGEST ERRORLESS STREAK.................................................................................................................................................. 2 (twice, last 8/25-8/26 1 vs. Kingsport, 1 at Greeneville)
MOST LOB.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................12 (twice, last 7/20 at Princeton)
FEWEST LOB...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 (6/23 vs. Johnson City)

TEAM BATTING

MOST RUNS........................................................................................................................................................................................................................14 (7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
MOST RUNS, INNING..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 (8/20 vs. Pulaski, 6th)
MOST HITS............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................15 (8/4 vs. Bristol)
MOST HITS, INNING...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 (8/20 vs. Pulaski, 6th)
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME....................................................................................................................................................................................................3 (7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
MOST HOME RUNS, INNING................................................................................................................................................................................1 (45 times, last 8/26 at Greeneville, 5th)
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A HOME RUN............................................................................................................. 6 (8/10-8/16, 1 at Princeton 3 vs. Burlington 2 vs. Elizabethton)
MOST DOUBLES, GAME...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................8 (8/4 vs. Bristol)
MOST TRIPLES, GAME.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 (8/27 at Greeneville)
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS, GAME..............................................................................................................................................................................................................8 (8/4 vs. Bristol)
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME..................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 (8/4 vs. Bristol)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME...............................................................................................................................................................................15 (twice, last 7/20 at Princeton)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, ALL GAMES......................................................................................................................................................................................15 (twice, last 7/20 at Princeton)

TEAM PITCHING

MOST RUNS ALLOWED...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 (twice, last 7/6 vs. Danville)
MOST RUNS ALLOWED, INNING...................................................................................................................................................................7 (three times, last 8/14 vs. Elizabethton, 1st)
MOST HITS ALLOWED...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 (twice, last 7/9 at Burlington)
MOST HITS ALLOWED, INNING.....................................................................................................................................................................6 (three times, last 8/14 vs. Elizabethton, 1st)
MOST HOME RUNS ALLOWED..............................................................................................................................................................................................4 (twice, last 8/21 vs. Pulaski)
MOST HOME RUNS ALLOWED, INNING..........................................................................................................................................................................2 (twice, last 8/21 vs. Pulaski, 5th)
MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES ALLOWING A HOME RUN............................................................................................................................................3 (8/6-8/8, 1 vs. Bristol 2 at Princeton)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME................................................................................................................................................................15 (three times, last 8/14 vs. Elizabethton)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, ALL GAMES.......................................................................................................................................................................15 (three times, last 8/14 vs. Elizabethton)
MOST BASES ON BALLS...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 (8/18 at Danville)
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS ALLOWED............................................................................................................................................................................... 6 (six times, last 8/21 vs. Pulaski)

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

MOST RUNS SCORED.........................................................................................................................................................................................4 (Art Charles, 7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
MOST HITS...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 (Matt Dean, 7/26 at Princeton)
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS.......................................................................................................................................... 2 (15 times, last Dalton Pompey and Matt Dean, 8/27 at Greeneville)
MOST DOUBLES.......................................................................................................................................................................................2 (eight times, last Nico Taylor 8/20 vs. Pulaski)
MOST TRIPLES................................................................................................................................. 1 (23 times, last Matt Dean, Dalton Pompey and Chrisitan Frias, 8/27 at Greeneville)
MOST HOME RUNS.............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 (twice, last Eric Arce, 7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
MOST TOTAL BASES...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 (Art Charles, 6/25 at Burlington)
MOST RBI............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 (Eric Arce, 7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
MOST STOLEN BASES.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 (D.J. Jones, 8/4 vs. Bristol)
MOST BASES ON BALLS....................................................................................................................................................................................3 (Art Charles, 7/16 GM 2 at Elizabethton)
MOST STRIKEOUTS..............................................................................................................................................................................4 (twice, last Jacob Anderson, 8/2 at Johnson City)
LONGEST HITTING STREAK....................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 (twice, last Nico Taylor, 8/19-8/26)
LONGEST ON-BASE STREAK..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 (Art Charles 6/19-7/11)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

MOST INNINGS PITCHED, STARTER.............................................................................................................................................6.0 (seven times, last Deivy Estrada, 8/26 at Greeneville)
MOST INNINGS PITCHED, RELIEVER..............................................................................................................................................................................5.0 (Shane Davis. 8/18 at Danville)
MOST HITS ALLOWED, STARTER........................................................................................................................................................................................9 (Daniel Norris, 8/4 vs. Bristol)
MOST HITS ALLOWED, RELIEVER................................................................................................................................................................................ 7 (Kevin Comer, 7/17 vs. Princeton)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, STARTER................................................................................................................................................................................11 (Deivy Estrada, 8/26 at Greeneville)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, RELIEVER........................................................................................................................................................................6 (twice, last Shane Davis, 8/18 at Danville)
MOST BASES ON BALLS, STARTER.......................................................................................................................................................... 4 (twice, last Justin James, 8/10 vs. Burlington)
MOST BASES ON BALLS, RELIEVER........................................................................................................................................................................... 4 (Denny Valdez, 8/23 vs. Kingsport)
MOST WILD PITCHES................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3 (Colby Broussard, 8/20 vs. Pulaski)
MOST EARNED RUNS ALLOWED.............................................................................................................................................................................7 (Daniel Norris, 8/14 vs. Elizabethton)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS IP........................................................................................................................ 13.0 (Griffin Murphy, 7/14-8/8 [25.2 without earned run, 7/11-8/24])

DATE

OPPONENT

W/L

SCORE

REC

PLACE

G+/-

WINNER

LOSER

SAVE

TIME

ATT

6/19 @Bristol
W
7-2 1-0 1st
-
Daniel Norris (1-0) Jake Cose (0-1)
2:30 1,278
6/20 @Bristol POSTPONED TO 6/21 (IRRIGATION PROBLEM FLOODED AREA NEAR 1B)
6/21 @Bristol (GM1) L 8-6 (7) 1-1 3rd
-1.0 Jefferson Olacio (1-0) Kevin Comer (0-1) Mitch Mustain (1) 1:56 611
6/21 @Bristol (GM 2) L 5-0 (7) 1-2 3rd
-2.0 Evandert Diaz (1-0) Tom Robson (0-1)
1:41
6/22 Johnson City
L 4-2 (10) 1-3 4th
-3.0 Thomas Lee (1-1) Colby Broussard (0-1) Ronald Shaban (2) 2:55 721
6/23 Johnson City
W
5-4 2-3 4th
-2.0 Brandon Dorsett (1-0) Jared Springer (0-1)
2:06 1,180
6/24 Johnson City
L
4-2 2-4 4th
-3.0 Mike Aldrete (1-0) Daniel Norris (1-1)
2:14 1,041
6/25 @Burlington
W 10-5 3-4 4th
-2.0 Deivy Estrada (1-0) Jake Junis (0-1)
2:49 689
6/26 @Burlington
W
3-0 4-4 3rd
-2.0 Kevin Comer (1-1) Andrew Stueve (0-1) Colby Broussard (1) 2:16 953
6/27 @Burlington
L
4-3 4-5 4th
-3.0 John Walter (2-0) Les Williams (0-1)
2:04 464
6/28 @Kingsport
L
4-3 4-6 4th
-3.0 Flabio Ortega (1-0) Joe Spano (0-1)
Shane Lee (1)
2:35 812
6/29 @Kingsport
W 12-3 5-6 4th
-3.0 Griffin Murphy (1-0) Christian Montgomery (0-1)
2:41 1,404
6/30 @Kingsport
L
13-9 5-7 4th
-3.0 Cristian Chivilli (1-0) Deivy Estrada (1-1)
3:03 612
7/1 Pulaski
L
4-3 5-8 4th
-4.0 Nate Koneski (1-0) Colby Broussard (0-2) Matt Brazis (1)
2:35 1,175
7/2 Pulaski
W
2-1 6-8 4th
-3.0 Roberto Osuna (1-0) Isliexel Gonzalez (0-2) Julio Carmona (1) 2:19 738
7/3 Pulaski POSTPONED TO 8/20 (CANCELLED DUE TO DOUBLEHEADER RULE)
7/4 Danville
W
4-3 7-8 4th
-2.5 Tucker Jensen (1-0) Mauricio Cabrera (0-1) Colby Broussard (2) 2:37 2,296
7/5 Danville
L
8-6 7-9 4th
-3.5 Matt Talley (1-0)
Griffin Murphy (1-1) Bryam Garcia (2) 3:15 612
7/6 Danville
L 13-3 7-10 4th -4.5 Frank Lafreniere (2-0) Tom Robson (0-2)
3:01 860
7/7 @Burlington
L
3-2 7-11 5th
-5.5 Julio Morales (1-1) Colby Broussard (0-3)
2:15 1,143
7/8 @Burlington
L
6-5 7-12 5th
-6.5 Mark Peterson (2-0) Julio Carmona (0-1)
2:40 941
7/9 @Burlington
L
12-5 7-13 5th
-6.5 Mark Peterson (3-0) Shane Davis (0-1)
2:41
7/10 OFF DAY
7/11 @Pulaski
W
4-2 8-13 5th
-5.5 Deivy Estrada (2-1) Charles Kaalekahi (1-1)
2:15 611
7/12 @Pulaski
L 5-4 (10) 8-14 5th
-6.0 David Holman (1-2) Wil Browning (0-1)
3:02 726
7/13 @Pulaski
W 12-3 9-14 5th
-5.0 Les Williams (1-1) Wander Marte (1-1)
2:42 611
7/14 @Elizabethton
L
4-0 9-15 5th
-5.5 Taylor Rogers (1-1) Griffin Murphy (1-2)
2:08 987
7/15 @Elizabethton
POSTPONED TO 7/16 (RAIN)
7/16 @Elizabethton(GM 1) L 8-0 (7) 9-16 5th
-7.0 Brett Lee (1-0)
Tucker Jensen (1-1)
1:46 934
7/16 @Elizabethton(GM 2) W 14-7 (7) 10-16 5th
-7.0 Joe Spano (1-1)
Ricardo Arevalo (1-1) 2:55
7/17 Princeton
W
5-4 11-16 4th
-6.0 Kevin Comer (2-1) Alex Keudell (1-2) Wil Browning (1)
2:27 1,176
7/18 Princeton
L
6-5 11-17 4th
-7.0 Chris Kirsch (1-0) Julio Carmona (0-2) Zach Butler (5)
2:35 887
7/19 Princeton
POSTPONED TO 7/21 (RAIN)
7/20 @Princeton
W 2-0 12-17 4th -7.5 Jeremy Gabryszwski (1-0) Jacob Faria (1-2)
Griffin Murphy (1) 2:20 1,413
7/21 Princeton (GM 1) W 2-0 (7) 13-17 4th
-7.0 Tucker Jensen (2-1) Jonathan Weaver (0-2) Brandon Dorsett (1) 1:37 1,005
7/21 Princeton (GM 2) L 4-2 (7) 13-18 4th
-7.5 Bruedlin Suero (2-3) Deivy Estrada (2-2) Zach Butler (6)
1:46
7/22 Danville
W
8-6 14-18 4th
-7.5 Justin James (1-0) Charlie Robertson (0-1) Wil Browning (2)
3:00 609
7/23 Danville
POSTPONED TO 7/24 (RAIN)
7/24 Danville (GM 1)
POSTPONED TO 8/17 (RAIN)
7/24 Danville (GM 2)
POSTPONED TO 8/18 (RAIN)
7/25 OFF DAY
7/26 @Princeton
W
9-2 15-18 4th
-8.5 Kevin Comer (3-1) Chris Kirsch (1-1)
2:21 1,637
7/27 @Princeton
L
9-7 15-19 4th
-9.5 Randy Davis (2-0) Denny Valdez (0-1) Nick Sawyer (1)
2:49 804
7/28 @Princeton
L
8-2 15-20 4th
-9.5 Bruedlin Suero (3-3) Deivy Estrada (2-3)
2:20 1,032
7/29 Greeneville
L 8-7 15-21 4th -10.5 Jordan Jankowski (4-0) Julio Carmona (0-2)
3:07 628
7/30 Greeneville
W
8-3 16-21 4th
-9.5 Daniel Norris (2-1) Daniel Minor (0-1)
2:23 603
7/31 Greeneville
W
5-1 17-21 4th
-8.5 Justin James (2-0) Adrian Houser (2-3)
2:07 524
8/1 @Johnson City W
6-5 18-21 4th
-7.5 Jeremy Gabryszwski (2-0) Thomas Lee (1-3)
Julio Carmona (2) 2:55 811
8/2 @Johnson City L
7-5 18-22 4th
-8.5 Silfredo Garcia (2-1) Deivy Estrada (2-4) Ronald Shaban (10) 2:37 634
8/3 @Johnson City
CANCELLED - WILL NOT BE MADE UP (RAIN)
8/4 Bristol
W 8-7 19-22 4th -7.5 Brandon Dorsett (2-0) James Hudelson (0-2)
2:40 657
8/5 Bristol
POSTPONED TO 8/6 (RAIN)
8/6 Bristol (GM 1)
L 6-2 (7) 19-23 4th
-8.5 Todd Kibby (3-4)
Kevin Comer (3-2)
1:55 553
8/6 Bristol (GM 2)
L 9-1 (7) 19-24 4th
-9.0 Storm Throne (2-1) Justin James (2-1)
2:07
8/7 @Princeton
L
4-3 19-25 4th -10.0 Zach Butler (1-0)
Brandon Dorsett (2-1)
2:27 856
8/8 @Princeton
L 4-3 (13) 19-26 4th -10.0 Pedro Silvestre (1-0) Shane Davis (0-2)
3:47 619
8/9 @Princeton
W
3-0 20-26 4th -10.0 Tucker Jensen (3-1) Alex Keudell (2-3) Brandon Dorsett (2) 2:23 526
8/10 Burlington
W 7-5 (7) 21-26 4th -10.0 Denny Valdez (1-1) Lincoln Rassi (1-1) Wil Browning (3)
2:04 523
8/11 Burlington
L 7-2 21-27 4th -11.0 Christian Binford (2-1) Kevin Comer (3-3)
2:04 1,050
8/12 Burlington
W 8-0 22-27 4th -10.0 Jeremy Gabryszwski (3-0) Yender Caramo (3-2)
2:04 753
8/13 OFF DAY
8/14 Elizabethton
W
7-3 22-28 4th -11.0 Brett Lee (4-0)
Daniel Norris (2-2)
2:18 856
8/15 Elizabethton
POSTPONED TO 8/16 (RAIN)
8/16 Elizabethton(GM 1) L 7-3 (7) 22-29 4th -11.5 Chris Mazza (2-0) Deivy Estrada (2-5)
1:48 875
8/16 Elizabethton(GM 2) W 6-4 (7) 23-29 4th -11.0 Brandon Dorsett (3-1) Luis Nunez (0-1)
Wil Browning (4)
2:09
8/17 @Danville (GM 1) L 3-0 (7) 23-30 4th -11.5 Frank Lafreniere (5-2) Julio Carmona (0-4) Zach Jadofsky (1) 1:34 908
8/17 @Danville (GM 2) L 3-0 (7) 23-31 4th -11.5 Eduardo Castillo (3-3) Justin James (2-2) Bryam Garcia (6) 1:43
8/18 @Danville
L 10-7 23-32 4th -11.5 Michael Hashem (3-1) Brandon Dorsett (3-2)
3:09 1,008
8/19 @Danville (GM 1) L 5-4 (7) 23-33 4th -12.0 Ernesto Silva (4-1) Daniel Norris (2-3) Alex Wilson (2)
1:50 594
8/19 @Danville (GM 2) W 3-2 (7) 24-33 4th -12.0 Les Williams (2-1) Rafael Briceno (3-2)
2:02
8/20 Pulaski
W 10-2 25-33 4th -12.0 Alonzo Gonzalez (1-0) Levi Dean (0-2)
Colby Broussard (3) 2:38 1,081
8/21 Pulaski
L
9-6 25-34 4th -12.5 Lars Huijer (1-2)
Deivy Estrada (2-6) David Holman (8) 2:56 603
8/22 Pulaski
W
7-6 26-34 4th -12.0 Alberto Tirado (1-0) Blake Holovach (1-5) Brandon Dorsett (3) 2:45 723
8/23 Kingsport
L
7-1 26-35 4th -13.0 Miller Diaz (2-1)
Justin James (2-3) Akeel Morris (2)
2:21 622
8/24 Kingsport
L
7-4 26-36 4th -13.0 Juan Urbina (1-0) Colby Broussard (0-4) Matt Budgell (1)
2:31 527
8/25 Kingsport
W 7-0 27-36 4th -12.0 Alonzo Gonzalez (2-0) John Gant (3-3)
Brandon Dorsett (4) 2:19 1,012
8/26 @Greeneville
W
3-2 28-36 4th -12.0 Deivy Estrada (3-6) Frederick Tiburcio (3-5) Tucker Jensen (1) 2:02 1,386
8/27 @Greeneville
W
5-2 29-36 4th -11.0 Alberto Tirado (2-0) Francis Ramirez (5-4) Joe Spano (1)
2:40 1,377
8/28 @Greeneville

Toronto Blue Jays - Record: 57-70 (5th - AL East, -16.5)
Monday’s Result: W, 8-7 (11) at New York Yankees Today: at New York (AL), 7:05 p.m.
Winning Pitcher: Darren Oliver (3-2) - 2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 3 K
Losing Pitcher: Derek Lowe (8-11) - 1.2 IP, 1 H, 1 R (0 ER), 0 BB, 1 K
Save: None
Highlights: The Blue Jays ended their seven-game losing streak in thrilling fashion. Down 6-4 with two outs in the ninth
inning, Colby Rasmus hit a towering three-run homer off of Rafael Soriano to put the Jays in front. Derek Jeter led off the
bottom of the ninth with a game-tying home run off of Casey Janssen to send the game into extras. In the 11th, Derek
Lowe’s errant pickoff throw put Mike McCoy at third base and Adiney Hechaverria’s groundout brought home the gamewinner. The Rasmus homer was the first ninth-inning go-ahead homer ever hit by a Blue Jay at Yankee Stadium.

Las Vegas 51s (AAA) - Record: 75-61 (2nd - PCL Pacific Southern, -6.5)
Monday’s Result: L, 7-5 vs. Tacoma Rainiers Today: vs. Tacoma, 10:05 p.m.
Winning Pitcher: Brian Moran (3-3) - 2.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 K
Losing Pitcher: Sean O’Sullivan (14-7) - 5.0 IP, 10 H, 7 R (4 ER), 0 BB, 2 K
Save: Danny Farquhar (4) - 2.2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K
Highlights: The 51s were put on the brink of elimination with their third straight loss to Tacoma. Las Vegas
trailed 7-0 and cut it to 7-5 on a Yan Gomes homer, but they couldn’t get any closer. With seven games left,
any Sacramento win or a Las Vegas loss will clinch the division for the River Cats and knock out the 51s

New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA) - Record: 59-76 (6th, Eastern Eastern, -17.0)
Monday’s Result: W, 8-1 vs. Portland Sea Dogs Today: vs. Portland, 6:35 p.m.
Winning Pitcher: Fernando Hernandez (5-7) - 6.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 4 K
Losing Pitcher: Stolmy Pimentel (5-7) - 6.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R (2 ER), 1 BB, 5 K
Save: None
Highlights: New Hampshire broke a 1-1 tie with three runs in the bottom of the sixth on Ryan SChmipf’s
two-run double and Brian Van Kirk’s RBI single. The Fisher Cats piled on in the next inning with a Ryan Goins
two-run homer and Gabe Jacobo’s two-run double to make it an 8-1 blowout and a five-game win streak.

Dunedin Blue Jays (A+) - Record: 32-26, 74-51, (2nd, Florida State North, -1.0) *1st-half champ
Monday’s Result: Cancelled vs. Tampa Yankees Today: vs. Tampa, 5:00 p.m. Doubleheader
Winning Pitcher: --Losing Pitcher: --Save: --Highlights: Hurricane Isaac forced the cancellation of all Florida State League contests yesterday. The YankeesBlue Jays game in Dunedin will not be made up. The two clubs have a previously scheduled doubleheader
today.

Lansing Lugnuts (A) - Record: 32-29, 79-51 (4th, Midwest Eastern, -6.0) *1st-half champ
Monday’s Result: W, 5-1 vs. Fort Wayne TinCaps Today: vs. Fort Wayne, 7:05 p.m.
Winning Pitcher: Justin Nicolino (10-4) - 5.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R (0 ER), 2 BB, 2 K
Losing Pitcher: Colin Rea (5-9) - 5.0 IP, 9 H, 5 R, 2 BB, 0 K
Save: None
Highlights: Kevin Patterson’s three-run homer in the first inning jump-started the Lugnuts on their way to a 5-1
win. Patterson drove in another run later with a double. Lansing improves to 79-51, passing the 2007 club as
the winningest team in franchise history.

Vancouver Canadians (SS) - Record: 20-14, 42-29 (1st, Northwest West, Tied)
Monday’s Result: OFF DAY Today: at Yakima, 10:05 p.m.
Winning Pitcher: --Losing Pitcher: --Save: --Highlights: The Canadians had the day off before playing the first of five games in Yakima to end the regular
season, and they still got some good news. The Eugene Emeralds lost at home to Spokane last night, falling a
half-game behind Vancouver for the final playoff spot. Eugene has four games left and the C’s have five.

2012 OPENING DAY ROSTER (33 ACTIVE)
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LHP Kyle Anderson, RHP Colby Broussard, RHP Julio Carmona, RHP Kevin Comer, LHP Shane Davis,
RHP Brandon Dorsett, RHP Deivy Estrada, RHP Jeremy Gabryszwski, RHP Justin James, RHP Tucker
Jensen, LHP Griffin Murphy, RHP Joe Musgrove, LHP Daniel Norris, RHP Roberto Osuna, RHP Tom Robson,
LHP Joe Spano, RHP Denny Valdez, RHP Les Williams
Hector Alvarez, Santiago Nessy
Art Charles, Matt Dean, Christian Frias, Jason Leblebijian, Christian Lopes, Chris Peters, Dickie Joe Thon
Jacob Anderson, Eric Arce, Alex Azor, Carlos Ramirez, Dwight Smith, Nico Taylor

Opening Day roster announced on June 19
JUNE (4)
19 - LHP Kyle Anderson transferred to Gulf Coast League (R)
22 - C Santiago Nessy placed on seven-day disabled list
24 - C Seth Conner promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
25 - OF Alex Azor placed on seven-day disabled list
JULY (16)
2 - 2B Jorge Vega-Rosado promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
3 - C Santiago Nessy activated from seven-day disabled list
4 - IF Jason Leblebijian and OF Carlos Ramirez promoted to Vancouver (SS)
12 - RHP Wil Browning promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
13 - IF Chris Peters promoted to Lansing (A-)
13 - OF Alex Azor activated from seven-day disabled list
16 - RHP Tom Robson placed on seven-day disabled list
20 - RHP Joe Musgrove traded to Greeneville (HOU - R)
21 - OF Dennis Jones promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
24 - 1B Art Charles promoted to Vancouver (SS); 1B Jordan Leyland transferred from Vancouver (SS)
25 - RHP Roberto Osuna promoted to Vancouver (SS); LHP Zak Adams and LHP Ryan Borucki promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
30 - LHP Ryan Borucki transferred to Gulf Coast League (R)
AUGUST (16)
8 - IF Emilio Guerrero promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
9 - OF Dwight Smith Jr. promoted to Vancouver (SS)
15 - OF Alex Azor placed on Military List; LHP Alonzo Gonzalez and RHP Alberto Tirado promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
16 - RHP Kevin Comer traded to Greeneville (HOU - R)
17 - OF D.J. Davis promoted from Gulf Coast League (R); OF Dennis Jones transferred to Gulf Coast League (R)
19 - RHP Wil Browning promoted to Vancouver (SS); RHP Brandon Kaye promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)
20 - LHP Zak Adams transferred to Gulf Coast League (R)
21 - LHP Daniel Norris, C Santiago Nessy and 2B Christian Lopes promoted to Vancouver (SS)
25 - OF Dalton Pompey transferred from Vancouver (SS); 2B Justin Atkinson promoted from Gulf Coast League (R)

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