Sean Reid-Foley promoted to the Bisons, will make Triple-A debut
The Toronto Blue Jays 10th-ranked prospect has been promoted to the Bisons after going undefeated at the Double-A level in 2018.
The Buffalo Bisons today announced that RHP Sean Reid-Foley has been promoted to the Herd from Double-A New Hampshire. He will make his Triple-A debut for the Bisons today in the team’s 1:05 p.m. game against the Syracuse Chiefs.
Reid-Foley, the Blue Jays 2nd round pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, has been a bright spot in the Blue Jays organization.
With Double-A New Hampshire, the 22-year old was 5-0 with a 2.03 ERA in eight starts with 52 strikeouts in only 44.1 innings of work. He ranks T-2nd in the Eastern League in strikeouts (one off the league lead), 3rd in average against (.174), tied for 3rd in wins and 4th in ERA. Reid-Foley has not allowed more than two runs in any start this season and struck out 10 over six innings in a no-decision against Reading on May 2.
Reid-Foley is the Blue Jays No.10 prospect by MLB.com. He spent the entire season last year with the Fisher Cats and was 10-11 with a 5.09 ERA in 27 starts.
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