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Bisons and Baseball

A two-run home run from Andy Burns in the fourth inning was all the offense Buffalo needed in a 3-1 victory over Lehigh Valley at Sahlen Field Friday night. The Bisons improved to 26-33 while the IronPigs dropped to .500 overall at 29-29. Burns’ blast was set up when Richard Urena drew a walk to lead off the bottom of the inning. He scored on the next Bisons’ at-bat …

Bisons and Baseball

With his wife half a world away in the United States, no roommate, and a tenuous grasp on the local language, Andy Burns had many nights to himself during his two seasons in South Korea. “Between the video games and Netflix, there’s a lot of down time to just think about some stuff,” Burns said, pleased to have re-signed with the Toronto Blue Jays and re-joined the Trip…

The Buffalo Bisons took the three-game series with the Durham Bulls, winning 6-4 on a rainy Wednesday night. The Bisons grinded their way through one of their most successful innings of the season in the second, tying a season high with five runs in a frame despite no batter hitting more than a single. The Herd were patient at the plate, consistently getting ahead of the…

The Blue Jays turned to Buffalo to bolster their bench for interleague play, calling up infielder Andy Burns from the Bisons today. Burns, 25, has spent five games with the Blue Jays this season, but is still looking for his first major league hit. He's 0 for 4 with a .200 on-base percentage in his first season in the majors. He's batting .238 with 16 RBIs through 51 AAA …