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The #BlueJays affiliates won just two of seven Tuesday night. Lansing had the night off. Bluefield was rained out.

Louisville 3 Buffalo 0 (Game 1 - 7 Innings)

Marco Estrada was mauled for three runs in the third and had to leave the game in the fourth due to a blister. He lasted 3-1/3 innings and gave up three hits and two walks while whiffing three. Zach Stewart pitched 1-2/3 innings of shutout ball and Roberto Osuna overcame a hit and two walks for a scoreless frame.

Dalton Pompey and Anthony Alford had the only base hits and Danny Jansen drew a walk. Alford stole a base but was also picked off at third. Rowdy Tellez was replaced after one at-bat.

Louisville 4 Buffalo 3 (Game 2 - 8 Innings)

A Richard Urena home run and RBI doubles by Jonathan Davis and Tim Lopes were not enough for the Herd. Lopes had a two-hit night and a stolen base. Dalton Pompey was 1-for-4.

Matt Tracy gave up two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out five over 5-2/3 innings. Craig Breslow gave up a run over two-third of an inning to blow the save while Justin Shafer took the loss on an unearned run over 1-2/3 innings.

Reading 5 New Hampshire 2

A five-run fifth did in T.J. Zeuch in this one as he served up a three-run homer among his seven hits and walked one over five frames. His strikeout and groundout total were six apiece. Zach Jackson (1.1IP), Kirby Snead (1.1IP) and Andrew Case pitched shutout relief.

Juan Kelly had three hits and Bo Bichete had two. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. doubled in five at-bats while Cavan Biggio was 1-for-4.

Lakeland 5 Dunedin 1

The game was scoreless until the fifth when the Flying Tigers got the Yennsy Diaz for two runs in the fifth and another in the sixth. Diaz pitched 5-2/3 innings and yieled three runs on six hits and three walks while ringing up seven. Andy Ravel gave up two runs in 1-1/3 innings before Angel Perdomo wrapped things up with a shutout frame.

Logan Warmoth doubled in Dunedin's only run in the eighth. Brock Lundquist had two hits and two walks in a perfect day at the dish. Riley Adams singled and walked.

Vancouver 4 Everett 3

The C's began the second half on a winning note by defeating the first-half North Division leaders in the Northwest League. Griffin Conine homered. Joey Pulido earned the win in relief while Cobi Johnson notched the save. More details right here.

GCL Blue Jays 4 GCL Yankees East 2

The Blue Jays scored all of their runs in two innings. Gabriel Moreno singled home a run before Joseph Reyes socked a three-run shot in the fifth to wipe out a 2-0 deficit. Moreno had a bases-clearing double in the seventh. Steward Berroa had a double, a single and two walks. Leonardo JImenez had a base hit and a base on balls.

The rehabbing Danny Barnes was dinged for a run on three hits but struck out two in the first. Emanuel Vizcaino took over with five innings of one-run ball to get the win. He allowed just one hit and two walks while striking out three. Williams Moreno was charged with an unearned run in his two innings that featured two whiffs. Gaudy Ramirez rung up one in a shutout ninth.

DSL D-Backs1 7 DSL Blue Jays 6 (10 Innings)

The Jays scored once in the 10th but the D-Backs got two in their half to walk it off. Jhon Solarte, Jose Rivas and Rainer Nunez had two hits apiece with Solarte collecting an RBI and his 17th stolen base. Miguel Hiraldo was 0-for-2 before being replaced by Kenny Mauricio.

Alexis Carmona allowed four runs (three earned) over five frames on eight hits and a walk while ringing up four. Erick Teran gave up a run over three innings. William Gonzalez took the loss.

*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Gabriel Moreno, GCL Blue Jays

2. Juan Kelly, New Hampshire

1. Brock Lundquist, Dunedin
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lexomatic - Wednesday, July 25 2018 @ 08:03 AM EDT (#362211) #
Serious question, does Estrada get traded for even a longshot?
scottt - Wednesday, July 25 2018 @ 08:08 AM EDT (#362212) #
Not in July. It's hard to know what happens in August.
Baltimore has blocked some Jays August trade in the past.
Let's say Baltimore claims Estrada with no intend to offer anything for him.
Do you keep him or let them have him and his salary?

Spifficus - Wednesday, July 25 2018 @ 12:31 PM EDT (#362251) #
While I wouldn't want to inflict that on Estrada, spite, clearing the rotation spot and saving a couple million dollars makes that a no-brainer. There's no way the Orioles make that claim, though.... even the Orioles.
bpoz - Wednesday, July 25 2018 @ 12:46 PM EDT (#362254) #
Since the Orioles have available Int'l cap room due to not signing anyone, they should trade that.
ayjackson - Wednesday, July 25 2018 @ 09:47 PM EDT (#362311) #
Spiff, shut up! You had me at spite!
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