Jays and Phils get Minor League work In

By on March 25, 2013

Adam Loewen, right fielder for Toronto’s Triple-A Buffalo Bisons singles off Philadelphia Phillies RHP Roy Halladay who was pitching for Lehigh Valley

Eddie Michels catches some of the MLB’ers getting in some minor league action.

 

Phillies RHP Roy Halladay took the mound for Triple-A Lehigh Valley Saturday March 23, 2013 against the Blue Jays Triple-A Buffalo squad. Having only thrown 25-pitches over the previous 10-day Halladay needed 27-pitches just to get through his first 2/3 of an inning on the mound.

Delmon Young fouls one off before taking a called third strike on Saturday March 23, 2013. Young, who had homered the day before in Dunedin off 2012 NL CY Young winner R.A. Dickey, is still seeing light duty as the DH after having ankle surgery last November. During the off season Young sign a one-year $750,000 contract with the Phillies that is loaded with incentives.

Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz fly’s out to right after catching Roy Halladay’s three-plus innings during a minor league game Saturday March 23, 2013. Ruiz with start the regular season in Clearwater while serving a 25-game suspension for drugs.

Blue Jays prospect Sean Nolin threw four shutout innings for Triple-A Buffalo against Leighigh Valley at the Phillies Carpenter Complex Saturday March 23, 2013.

Moises Sierra hits an RBI single to left field off Roy Halladay on Saturday March 23, 2013.  Sierra played in 49 games in 2012 with the birds for the Great White North batting .224 (157 plate appearances, 147 at bats)

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