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Bisons and Baseball

Zach Jackson’s teammates didn't realize the right-handed relief pitcher’s unblemished 8-0 record was the best mark to begin a season in the modern era of Buffalo Bisons baseball. But they noticed the gaudy statistic, and let him know as much. “We always tease Zach,” said Tayler Saucedo, a left-handed reliever and Jackson’s roommate, “because he somehow always comes i…

Bisons and Baseball

Every time the umpire called strike two, Reese McGuire called for a change-up. It was 2017, McGuire’s first full season in the Toronto Blue Jays’ organization after being traded by the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the catcher was in the early stages of developing relationships with the pitchers at Double-A New Hampshire. The learning curve with each new teammate was as varie…

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…

Bisons and Baseball

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. makes his Triple-A debut Tuesday night with the Buffalo Bisons. Here are five reasons you might want to make a trip to see him before the season ends. He's No. 1. The 19-year-old third baseman is ranked the overall No. 1 prospect in Minor League Baseball, according to both Baseball America and MLB.com. "It’s not like anything we’ve seen before," Bi…