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The Vancouver Canadians lost their third straight to Boise at Nat Bailey Stadium Thursday night.

C's starter Josh DeGraaf looks like he is shooting with an invisible bow and arrow as he limbers up in the outfield before the game.

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The GCL Jays became the second Blue Jay team to make the playoffs with a double header sweep yesterday. The Vancouver Canadians are the only other affiliate with a reasonable chance at reaching the playoffs but they lost yesterday thanks to some shaky defense. Elsewhere Buffalo had a nice win behind Scott Copeland and Jon Berti. Bluefield had a big comeback win. New Hampshire and Lansing both lost while Dunedin had the day off.
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The Boise Hawks won their second straight game over the Vancouver Canadians in a slugfest at Nat Bailey Stadium Tuesday night.



Andrew Guillotte is about to cross home plate with Vancouver's first run of the game to tie things at 1-1 in the first inning. Guillotte doubled, went to third on a fly out and scored on a fielding error by Boise pitcher Dylan Craig.
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Just another 2-6 day at the office for the affiliates on Tuesday with the same two teams winning.
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A pair of one-run losses and two-run losses produced a 2-6 record on the farm Monday. The DSL Blue Jays dropped the opener of their playoff series.
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Drew Hutchison is used to lots of runs support but the Bisons could only register two hits over their nine innings. Taylor Cole pitched well for New Hampshire in their win. Jason Leblebijian had four RBI's for Dunedin in their win, Connor Panas had three for Vancouver, also in a winning cause. The entire Bluefield line-up had three hits but it was good for a win. Matt Smoral was hit in the head by a batted ball. Lansing's game was called due to rain.
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A great Saturday night on the farm as the affiliates went 7-2. A loss in Buffalo and a first-game shutout in a doubleheader at New Hampshire were the only blips on the radar.
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The affiliates won three and lost four on Friday. A late-inning meltdown in Bluefield tipped the scales the other way. Vancouver's game in Spokane was smoked out due to forest fires in the area.
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Fairly tame night on the farm. Our AAA affiliate did not play and our AA affiliate got rained out. The other affiliates went 2-4.
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The Vancouver Canadians finished up their three-game series with the Tri-City Dust Devils at Nat Bailey Stadium and got a couple of victories over the Padres affiliate.

Tuesday



Sean Hurley takes a pitch high and inside in the first inning. He would later bring home the game's first run on a bases-loaded walk.

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Every Blue Jay affiliate who played lost on Wednesday except for the DSL Jays. Bluefield had the day off. Norberto Obeso went 5-5 for the DSL team and easily claimed the top performance of the night. Otherwise the affiliates lost big, no games were really close and there were few stand-out performances. Jon Harris, Angel Perdomo, Sean Reid-Foley and Jose Espada all gave up multiple runs. Reid-Foley was the best of the bunch for five innings, it was the sixth that cost him. And Perdomo did rack up seven K's. Dalton Pompey had a couple of hits, Anthony Alford hit a home run, but that's about it for good news.
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The affiliates had a rough cut Tuesday, losing seven out of nine. The only highlights were a split of a doubleheader in Florida and a win north of the border.
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The Vancouver Canadians are within a game of .500 after winning the opener of their three-game series against Tri-City Monday night at The Nat.



1996 Cy Young Award winner Pat Hentgen and Canadians closer Andrew Case walk off the field after the ceremonial first pitch.

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The affiliates won four and lost four on Monday.  A pair of one-run losses were the lowlights. A doubleheader sweep and slugfest were the highlights. Lansing had the night off.
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The Vancouver Canadians and Everett AquaSox wrapped up a three-game series last Tuesday with the C's trying to avoid a sweep.



With Jon Wandling summoned up to Lansing, lefty Michael Kraft got his first professional start. He pitched 1-1/3 innings and coughed up four runs on four hits, walking two and striking out two.

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