Borucki Dominates Again in 3-0 Win

Blue Jays No. 14 Prospect shuts down Bowie

Ryan Borucki picked up his first Double-A win with seven dominant innings Thursday. (Sarah Lenau)

By Tyler Murray / New Hampshire Fisher Cats | August 3, 2017 9:46 PM ET

Manchester, NH - Behind another strong start from Ryan Borucki, the Fisher Cats shut out the Bowie Baysox (Baltimore Orioles) 3-0 to clinch the series win on Thursday night at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.

In his third Double-A start, Borucki (W, 1-1) held the top-scoring Baysox offense without a run in seven innings. He scattered six hits, struck out seven batters and walked none. The Blue Jays No. 14 prospect ( has now allowed just one run in his first 21 Double-A innings. New Hampshire scored all three runs in the fifth.

Tim Lopes lined a one-out single to left, and scored from first when Emilio Guerrero ripped a double off the right center field wall. Gunnar Heidt reached on an error, and two batters later Richard Urena plated two runs with a double of his own to make it 3-0. Including a single in the first, Urena was the only hitter on either side to finish with multiple hits.

Francisco Rios (H, 1) tossed a hitless eighth inning, and Carlos Ramirez followed with a perfect ninth (S, 2). New Hampshire did its damage against Baysox starter David Hess (L, 8-8), although he was only charged with one earned run.

The homestand continues with the Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco Giants) coming to town for a three-game series starting Friday night. Fans can enjoy live music and Atlas Fireworks on Friday and Saturday, with Harry Potter Day on Sunday at 1:35 p.m. For tickets and information, visit

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