Tellez Tellez!

By on April 1, 2015

 

 

Dunedin, Fla. — All your ROWDY friends are going yard tonight!

Blue Jays minor leaguer Rowdy Tellez, a 30th round pick in the June 2013 draft, took Phillies hurler P.J. Walters first pitch and sent it over the right field fence in Dunedin for a three run homer in the bottom of the eighth.  It was the first major league pitch that Tellez had seen and ended the scoring as the Phillies fell to the Jays 10-6.

Rowdy Tellez (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Rowdy Tellez (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Jose Bautista only needed one hand on the bat as he went deep for the sixth time this spring as the Blue Jays beat the Phillies 10-6.  Bautista's homer to left came on a 2-2 pitch. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Jose Bautista only needed one hand on the bat as he went deep for the sixth time this spring as the Blue Jays beat the Phillies 10-6. Bautista’s homer to left came on a 2-2 pitch. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Aaron Sancez has had better outtings, 4 and 1/3 innings pitched, 6 hits, 5 runs and 6 walks. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

(EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Above, Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez warms up for his sixth and next to last start of the spring on Monday against the Phillies.  Sanchez went 4 1/3 innings allowing five runs on six hits while walking six and striking out two.  The 22-year olds next start is scheduled for April 5th in a minor league game.

Roberto Osuna was all about efficiency today. The win with one inning pitched and 3 K's (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Roberto Osuna was all about efficiency today. The win with one inning pitched and 3 K’s (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Toronto Closer Brett Cecil threw another scoreless inning on Monday.  The lefty did allow a hit but did strike out one. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Toronto Closer Brett Cecil threw another scoreless inning on Monday. The lefty did allow a hit but did strike out one. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Edwin Encarnacion liked the first offering he saw in the first inning from the Phillies Sean O'Sullivan and sent it sailing over the batters eye in center as the Blue Jays took their final home spring game 10-6 over their cross town rivals. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Edwin Encarnacion liked the first offering he saw in the first inning from the Phillies Sean O’Sullivan and sent it sailing over the batters eye in center as the Blue Jays took their final home spring game 10-6 over their cross town rivals. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Blue Jays short stop Jose Reyes leaps to avoid Cesar Hernandez spikes to complete a double play in the top of the fourth on Monday. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Blue Jays short stop Jose Reyes leaps to avoid Cesar Hernandez spikes to complete a double play in the top of the fourth on Monday. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Jose Reyes (left) and Devon Travis - KEYSTONE COMBO (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Jose Reyes (left) and Devon Travis – KEYSTONE COMBO (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

 

 

PHILADELPHIA (6) AT TORONTO (10)

 PHILADELPHIA     AB  R  H BI  TORONTO          AB  R  H BI
 Revere lf         5  0  1  0  Reyes ss          3  0  1  2 
 Galvis ss         4  1  1  0  Goins ss          1  0  0  0 
 Ruf 1b            5  0  1  0  Martin c          4  0  0  0 
 Howard dh         3  2  0  0  Reeves c          0  1  0  0 
 Sizemore rf       4  2  3  1  Bautista rf       3  2  1  1 
 Rupp c            2  0  0  0  Tolleson rf-lf    1  1  1  0 
 Herrera cf        2  1  1  2  Encarnación 1b    3  1  1  2 
 Blanco 2b         3  0  1  2  Tellez pr-1b      1  2  1  3 
 Hernández 3b      3  0  0  1  Donaldson 3b      2  1  1  1 
                               Kawasaki 3b       1  0  0  0 
                               Pompey cf         2  0  1  0 
                               Diaz pr-cf        0  0  0  0 
                               Smoak dh          3  0  1  0 
                               Almonte pr-dh     1  0  0  0 
                               Pillar lf         4  2  1  0 
                               Newman rf         0  0  0  0 
                               Travis 2b         3  0  1  0 
                               Nolan 2b          0  0  0  0 
 TOTALS           31  6  8  6  TOTALS           32 10 10  9

 PHILADELPHIA              020 120 010 --  6
 TORONTO                   210 021 13x -- 10

 E--Hernández, O'Sullivan. DP--PHILADELPHIA 1, 
 TORONTO 2. LOB--PHILADELPHIA 7, TORONTO 9. 
 2B--Galvis, Pillar, Tolleson. HR--Herrera 1 (1) 
 (off Hendriks), Bautista 1 (6) (off O'Sullivan), 
 Tellez 1 (1) (off Walters), Encarnación 1 (1) (off
 O'Sullivan), Donaldson 1 (5) (off L. García). 
 SB--Ruf 1 (1). CS--Pompey. S--Herrera, Travis. 
 SF--Herrera, Reyes.
                                   IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
  PHILADELPHIA
 O'Sullivan                         4   5   4   4   4   2   2
 L. García (L,0-1)                  2   3   2   1   0   2   1
 Oliver                             1   0   1   1   3   2   0
 Giles                            1-3   0   1   1   1   0   0
 Walters                          2-3   2   2   2   1   1   1
  TORONTO
 Sánchez                        4 1-3   6   5   5   6   2   0
 Sikula                           2-3   0   0   0   1   0   0
 Osuna (W,2-0)                      1   0   0   0   0   3   0
 Castro                             1   0   0   0   0   1   0
 Hendriks                           1   1   1   1   0   0   1
 Cecil                              1   1   0   0   0   1   0

 WP--Oliver 3, O'Sullivan. SO--PHI: Howard 2, 
 Revere 2, Hernández, Rupp, Galvis. TOR: Smoak 2, 
 Martin, Almonte, Donaldson, Pillar, Bautista. 
 BB--PHI: Rupp 2, Howard 2, Hernández, Blanco, 
 Galvis. TOR: Donaldson 2, Pompey 2, Smoak, Reeves,
 Diaz, Bautista, Encarnación. T--3:05. A--3,769.

 

 

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