The affiliates were 2-4 on Sunday and were 6-14 over the three days of the weekend, not very good. Jose Bautista brought very little to Buffalo, except some spectators. They, Dunedin and Vancouver were 0-3 on the weekend. Bluefield were 3-0 and Bradley Jones led them on Sunday. Lance Jones helped out too. The other winners were Lansing. Even though Vancouver lost all three games, JB Woodman had seven hits
Ugly night on the farm. Just two wins and few notable prospect performances.
That is an unusual headline for a minor league update. Jose Bautista homered in his first rehab game in Dunedin but the Jays lost thanks to some poor pitching. Anthony Alford also homered in that game. The other rehabbers, in Buffalo, could not help the Bisons win. Chris Colabello looks like he will be staying in Buffalo with five strikeouts. Dalton Pompey had three hits. Conner Greene got the win for New Hampshire. Angel Perdomo had one bad inning and it cost Lansing. Vancouver lost while Bluefield and the GCL Jays both won.
The affiliates enjoyed a 5-2 night on the farm Tuesday with all non-Blue Jay nicknamed teams finding the win column, save for Lansing as they had the night off. Against non-Pirate teams, the affiliates were 5-0.
The affiliates lost five of nine on Monday. All of the teams with non-Jay nicknames lost.
Buffalo racked up twenty hits as Casey Lawrence pitched well again. Rowdy Tellez had the game winning RBI as New Hampshire came from behind. Dunedin's game was suspended. Justin Maese pitched reasonably well but the bullpen blew his win. Vancouver and Bluefield lost close games, Bluefield in twenty innings.
Lots of action on the farm tonight. We had a no-hitter and an impressive display from a stud prospect. However, the farm registered just two wins.
It was a light night on the farm. The AAA and AA teams were off for their all-star breaks and Lansing were rained out. Chris Colabello could not help Dunedin win. Vancouver got five runs in the first inning and had an easy win. Bluefield lost while the GCL Jays had a walk off win thanks to two out RBI hits in the ninth and tenth innings.
The only teams in action Tuesday were the Gulf Coast and Dominican teams and they continued their winning seasons by improving to 10 and seven games above .500 respectively.
The affiliates won a pair of early games to boost their record to 4-2 on Monday. Buffalo and New Hampshire did not have to play ball and therefore they did not.
Five win in six games, only Bluefield fell short. Jesus Montero hit two big home run but it was Domonic Brown who was key to the win. Rowdy Tellez and Dwight Smith had big home runs. Richard Urena had an eight hit weekend, helping Dunedin to win. Cavan Biggio had a big game for the Canadians.
Some high scoring affairs on the farm. Lansing and Dunedin were in the double digits for runs, while New Hampshire and the GCL squad were shut out. Overall, the farm was 5-2.
Three of the hottest teams in the system stayed hot. Dunedin won again with good all round performances including Richard Urena and Jonathan Davis. The GCL Jays took flight in the ninth inning starting with a big triple by Bo Bichette. Wilfri Aleton pitched well again. Bluefield won to take first place in their division. Vlad Jr had a couple more hits. New Hampshire also won with Taylor Cole leading the way.
Lansing lost in the ninth inning while Buffalo and Vancouver were hammered.
The affiliates won seven of eight games Tuesday night. If not for some baserunning buffoonery, it could have been a perfect night.
Seven of the eight affiliates found the win column on Monday. The only setbacks were a shutout loss and a doubleheader split.
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