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The affiliates were 3-4 on Sunday, with wins coming from Bluefield, Dunedin, and New Hampshire.  Andy Burns and Kevin Nolan each had great games for New Hampshire.  Kendall Graveman pitched 7 scoreless for Dunedin helping them to victory.



Buffalo 1 Rochester 6

Deck McGuire had another disappointing start for Buffalo; today he allowed 6 earned runs over 5.1 innings, while giving up 3 HR.

The Bisons only had 2 hits, a single from Kevin Pillar, and a HR from AJ Jimenez.

 

Buffalo 1 Rochester 6 (Make up of 4/5 PPD, 7 Innings)

Starter Raul Valdes gave up 6 runs over one inning pitched.  Mike Zagurski followed with 3 scoreless innings, and Ryan Tepera closed out with 2 scoreless innings pitched.

The Bisons had 8 hits, but the only run was scored when Kevin Pillar scored on a Dan Johnson single in the first.

 

Trenton 7 New Hampshire 9 (10 Innings)

Scott Copeland started the game, and gave up 5 earned runs over 3 innings. 

Andy Burns had quite the game going 3-6, with a triple, and a HR, while scoring 4 runs.  Kevin Nolan had 4 hits, and Mike McDade hit his 5th HR of the season.

 

Tampa 0 Dunedin 4

Kendall Graveman had a quality start pitching 6 scoreless innings.  Griffin Murphy made his first debut for Dunedin since his promotion from Lansing, and Arik Sikula closed the game out with his 18th save.

Santiago Nessy had 2 RBI, while Emilio Gurrero, and LB Dantzler contributed with a RBI.

 

Great Lakes 12 Lansing 4

Chase De Jong had a quality start giving up one earned run over 5 innings, on 4 hits and 4 strikeouts.  The Lugnuts had a 4-2 lead heading into the top of the 8th inning before the bullpen fell apart.  Brady Dragmire allowed 6 runs (3 earned) in the 8th, and Adaric Kelly had an outing to forget as well as he gave up 4 earned runs in the 9th.

Mitch Nay was 3-5, with a walk, and Matt Dean hit his 5th HR of the season.

 

Vancouver 3 Spokane 9

Zak Wasilewski had a disappointing start in which he allowed 7 earned runs over 3 innings pitched. 

The Canadians scored their 3 runs in the third inning off of 4 consecutive hits.  Roemon Fields, Franklin Barreto, and Ryan McBroom all had a double before eventually scoring later on in the inning.

 

Burlington 3 Bluefield 8

Ryan Borucki had another decent start for Bluefield, in which he gave up 3 earned runs over 4 innings.  Evan Smith followed with 5 scoreless innings only allowing one hit with six strikeouts.

Trent Miller and Lydell Moseby each had a solo HR while having 2 RBI.  Rowdy Tellez had another disappointing day going 0-3, dropping his slash line for the year to 111/203/130 which gives him an OPS of 333 over 54 AB.

 

Three Stars

1.  Andy Burns

2.  Kendall Graveman

3.  Kevin Nolan

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Mike Green - Monday, July 07 2014 @ 10:28 AM EDT (#289535) #
Burns actually went 4-7 yesterday.
jgadfly - Monday, July 07 2014 @ 12:30 PM EDT (#289541) #
you mean he hit a second one out of the park after the game ... what's his defense like at 2nd base ... that would really be a trifecta ... plane tickets for two to LA from AA ?
short - Monday, July 07 2014 @ 01:31 PM EDT (#289549) #
http://www.milb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20140706&content_id=83464598&fext=.jsp&vkey=news_t452&sid=t452

Eastern League All Stars announced, few Fisher Cats
Gerry - Monday, July 07 2014 @ 07:48 PM EDT (#289563) #
Max Pentecost is starting in the GCL tonight. He will play there until his passport is issued and he can go to Vancouver.

Roberto Osuna tweeted that he will start tomorrow. I assume he too will start in the GCL with a very restricted pitch count.
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