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The affiliates won twice in five outings Tuesday with both victories coming against Tampa Bay farm clubs. Two losses came when the opponent scored 11 runs. The other was an extra-innings setback.
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A dominant doubleheader sweep and two great season debuts were the highlights of a 4-1 Monday night on the farm.
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The Blue Jays take on the Broad Street Bullies of Philadelphia for the next two nights at The Dome before heading to Philly for games Wednesday and Thursday. Barring the unforeseen, Bo "The Hammer" Schultz will not be appearing for the Jays this week. Maybe Moose Dupont or Ed Van Impe will show up instead.


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Two Canadian starting pitchers took the mound on Sunday. Shane Dawson pitched very well before his defense cost him. But he still got the win thanks, in part, to Ian Parmley. Tom Robson has had a rough start to 2016 and on this day he was better, not great but better. He did have a lot of base runners but he kept Lansing in the game and left with the lead. Lansing's game went to extra innings where the Lugnuts prevailed. Drew Hutchison started for the Bisons and he too was pretty good. He wasn't "pitch efficient" but he got the job done and with Junior Lake homering the Bisons won. Dunedin had the worst day, losing easily.
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The Rule 4 Draft concludes today with rounds 11-40. You can follow the draft right here.
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The Blue Jays have the 102nd pick in the third round to begin Day 2 of the 2016 Rule 4 Draft. Rounds 3-10 will be held today and rounds 11-40 will be done Saturday. You can check out all the proceedings right here.
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Today was the draft. None of the picks look all that exciting to me. Our Jays canít seem to put teams away. But hey, we still have minor league baseball. Five affiliates were in action tonight and there were two wins to report.
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The Blue Jays used the 21st selection of the Rule 4 Draft to take T.J. Zeuch, a righthander from the University of Pittsburgh. You can follow the draft right here.
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The Blue Jays are back to their concrete nest to take on the Broad Street Bullies from Baltimore in a four-game set.
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The 2016 Major League Baseball Draft is set to go Thursday evening at the MLB Network studios in Secaucus, New Jersey. The Blue Jays are picking 21st overall.


The Blue Jays selected righthander Jon Harris from Missouri State with the 29th pick of the 2015 draft.
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Dunedin had the only win on Wednesday, an eighth inning four run burst won it. Conner Greene pitched six good innings. Lansing conceded four runs in the eighth in their wild game. They lost 14-12 with seven of their runs being unearned. Tom Robson had a rough start. Buffalo and New Hampshire lost tight games. Dalton Pompey had two more hits.

The two split season teams, Dunedin and Lansing, are a week away from the end of their first halves. Neither team will make the playoffs from the first half, they will have to play better in the second half.

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Dunedin enjoyed a second straight night off. The boys in Boca Chica were rained out. That's your good news on a turdriffic Tuesday.
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It was not a great Monday night at the farm as the affiliates went 0-3. The good news was Dunedin's game in Palm Beach was washed out and Lansing had the night off.
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Jonathan Davis had two home runs for the Dunedin Jays by the third inning. That was more than Chris Rowley needed as he went 6.2 shutout innings. Sean Reid-Foley pitched six shutout innings for the Lugnuts but didn't feature in the decision. Lansing scored five runs between the seventh and eight innings to win. Justin Atkinson hit a big go-ahead home run. Four New Hampshire pitchers combined on a shutout. Jason Leblebijian and Wilkin Castillo each had three hits as part of an eight run barrage.
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