by Amy Moritz
You knew we'd start off the second day of the Bisons' homestand with more roster moves, right? Because that's how the Toronto Blue Jays roll. At least over the last few days.
Today's roster moves see catcher Erik Kratz and closer Neil Wagner recalled to the Blue Jays while righthanded pitcher Chad Jenkins was optioned to the Herd. Also for the Bisons, pitcher Austin Bibens-Dirkx was activated off the disabled list. He missed seven games with a right shin contusion.
That makes 13 roster moves in the last four days and John Lott does a good job laying out the moves on the National Post website.
The moves haven't impacted the Herd too much. They still have the best record in the International League at 21-15. They're tied with Pawtucket for first in the IL North heading into tonight's game.
The Bisons will look to rebound after last night's 3-2 loss to the Gwinnett Braves.
Ricky Romero makes his seventh start for the Herd. He picked up his first decision in his last start -- a loss on Friday in Charlotte. In that game he gave up five runs in three innings.
Romero has been good at home this year, though, with a 3.60 ERA in three starts at Coca-Cola Field.
Darin Mastroianni -- LF
Anthony Gose -- CF
Matt Tuiasosopo -- RF
Dan Johnson -- 1B
Jared Goedert -- 3B
Ryan Goins -- SS
Andy LaRoche -- DH
Mike Nickeas -- C
Jonathan Diaz -- 2B