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Yesterday, Daniel Stumpf threw 14-pitches over one inning allowing two hits with a fastball that topped out at 93 MPH. Stumpf is serving an 80-game suspension for using performance enhancing drugs since April 14.
Lakeland lefty Jairo Labourt, who was part of the trade July 30, 2015 that brought David Price to the Blue Jays went three innings on Sunday against his former teammates the Dunedin Blue Jays. Labourt allowed three runs on one hit while walking four and striking out four including hitting a batter.
Michael Bourn, the former Major League All Star singles to right for the Dunedin Blue Jays against the Tampa Yankees on Wednesday. The 33 year old Bourn signed a minor league contract with the Toronto Blue Jays April 22nd after being released by the Atlanta Braves on April 9th.
The Dunedin Blue Jays dropped a 6-1 decision to the Tampa Yankees on Wednesday with Kyle Westwood taking the loss. Westwood allowed all six Yankee runs on 11 hits, walked none and struck out two. On Thursday Dunedin will attempt to salvage one game of the three as prospect Conner Greene takes the mound at 6:30 […]
Prospect Clint Hollon Throws Live BP for the First Time
Prospect Bobby Eveld Faces Live Hitters for the First Time as a Pro
Clearwater Threshers designated hitter Zach Green had two hits, including a two-run double, and scored a run to lead his team to a 5-2 win over the Brevard County Manatees Sunday at Bright House Field in Clearwater. Starting pitcher Will Morris picked up the win for Clearwater, which posted its sixth consecutive victory in improving […]
Tigers RHP Jeff Ferrell (right shoulder) made his third rehab start for Class-A Lakeland on Sunday going two shutout innings. Ferrell allowed one hit while walking one and striking out three. “I’m feeling okay,” said Ferrell afterwards, “Now I will pitch again on Wednesday in Brevard County then meet up with Toledo in Charlotte.”
EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO Lakeland, Fla.–Three Dunedin hurlers coupled with their Canadian catcher combined to no hit the Lakeland Flying Tigers 2-0 Saturday night in the second game of a double header. From left to right starter Brad Allen (4-0, two walks, one strike out), catcher Mike Reeves, reliever Tim Mayzr (1.1, two walks, one strike […]
On Saturday, Former Blue Jays first round pick (2014) Max Pentecost fly’s out to center during his second day as a DH during expended spring games. Taken in the first round 11th overall in 2014 Pentecost has had two shoulder (right) surgery’s since signing with the Jays.