With all the talk surrounding top prospect Nate Pearson’s move to Triple-A Buffalo and fresh prospects like Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods Richardson performing well since being acquired by the Blue Jays, there’s been little discussion on the young pitchers that were already in the system. That might all change now.
114 pitches, 73 strikes
Just one walk, one HBP and NO HITS!
WHAT.A.PERFORMANCE, @TJZeuch pic.twitter.com/NfFmZEXS4C
— Buffalo Bisons (@BuffaloBisons) August 20, 2019
Just slightly away from a perfect game, T.J. Zeuch has just thrown the second no-hitter in Buffalo Bisons history. Allowing only a single walk and one batter getting on base after getting hit, Zeuch showed some impressive dominance to set yet another milestone for some Blue Jays prospects.
With this no-no in hand, Zeuch’s ERA is now lowered to 3.84 in his first season in Triple-A. While he’s never been a strikeout machine, Zeuch has always been able to get outs with an extremely high groundball rate and this year it’s no different. With a 56.9 GB% is keeping his standard, as through 120 innings in Double-A New Hampshire last year, he kept it at a 55.2 GB% with only 6.08 K/9.
The 24-year-old was …
Author: Thomas Williams / Blue Jays Nation