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Bisons and Baseball

Buffalo had a thorn in its side named Luis Robert throughout the team’s 6-0 loss to Charlotte on Thursday night at Sahlen Field. Robert went 2-for-5 with two home runs, his second game with multiple homers and his fifth multi-hit game in seven outings with the Knights. The White Sox prospect is batting .433 in his first seven games at the Triple-A level. Over that sh…

Bisons and Baseball

Bo Bichette led Buffalo’s offense with two doubles and a homer as the Bisons easily handled Syracuse, 8-2, Friday night at NBT Bank Stadium to even the series at one game apiece. Bichette, batting in the leadoff position, doubled in the first and second innings and homered in the fourth. He has recorded a hit in six straight contests and has four home runs in 21 games s…

Bisons and Baseball

Bo Bichette was still in Buffalo on that late April afternoon when his friend and teammate, Vlad Guerrero Jr., was called up to make his major league debut with the Toronto Blue Jays. “That was really cool to see,” Bichette said. Bichette, then considered the club’s No. 2 prospect behind Guerrero, knew his time was coming. He also knew it was being delayed. Bic…

Bisons and Baseball

Bo Bichette homered for the first time since April 13, but the Bisons fell to Louisville, 3-2, Friday night at Louisville Slugger Field. Bichette has been rehabbing a hand injury he suffered in April when he was hit by a pitch against Syracuse. He batted in the leadoff position for the second night in a row Friday and opened the game with his home run to center field…

Bisons and Baseball

Buffalo Bisons shortstop Bo Bichette, the Toronto Blue Jays' No. 2 prospect, is going to be sidelined for an indefinite period with a broken left hand after being hit by a pitch during a game Monday night in Syracuse. Bichette, 21, was struck by a pitch in the third inning from Syracuse's Hector Santiago and was forced to leave the game. The Bisons had a 3-0 lead at the…

Bisons and Baseball

Thousands of baseball fans young and old streamed into the ballpark on a weekday afternoon, some skipping work or school to sit in the stands, wrapped in their winter coats, and soak in their first — albeit chilly — taste of summer. Hot dogs and beers dotted the stands. Foul balls were snagged and thrust into the air with pride. Toronto Blue Jays top prospect Cava…

Bisons and Baseball

As expected, the preliminary Opening Day roster for the Buffalo Bisons' seventh season as a Toronto affiliate is sprinkled with some big names in the Blue Jays' organization. The biggest one, of course, won't be here yet as third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. remains in Florida while rehabbing the oblique injury he suffered March 8. Even though the Bisons await Guerrero…

Bisons and Baseball

When he went to spring training last year, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was already a big prospect but still had plenty to prove. After all, he was just 18 years old and was starting the season at Double-A New Hampshire in the Toronto Blue Jays chain. There were big hopes. Then came the walkoff home run for the Jays on the final day of spring training in Montreal, where his Ha…