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Four games, four losses. The Buffalo bullpen gave up six runs in the seventh to take the loss. The New Hampshire bullpen gave up a run in the ninth to take the loss. The Vancouver bullpen gave up four runs in the eighth to take the loss. The Dunedin bullpen gave up three runs in the ninth to take the loss. Stop me if you see a pattern.
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Road Trip!
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Buffalo and Columbus played a game with several lead changes. The Bisons trailed by one run heading to the ninth. Home runs by Steward Berroa to tie and Orelvis Martinez for the lead gave Buffalo the win. New Hampshire lost, wasting a strong start by Michael Dominguez. Vancouver had a nice win, while Dunedin won a close game.
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Buffalo 12 Columbus 9

Portland 5 New Hampshire 2

Eugene 5 Vancouver 0

Clearwater 10 Dunedin 1

*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Damiano Palmegiani, Buffalo

2. Spencer Horowitz, Buffalo

1. Orelvis Martinez, Buffalo

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New Hampshire and Dunedin put up double digits and won in a near-organizational sweep. Buffalo finished second-best on the scoreboard. Vancouver does not begin their series at Eugene until Wednesday.
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The Big, Bad Bombers, coming to a ballpark near you. Near me, anyway.
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The affiliates bounced back after lots of losing on Saturday, in fact it was a Sunday sweep. Buffalo scored 17, New Hampshire 13, Dunedin 11 and Vancouver 8. It's just a few weeks but its nice to see some offense after a couple of seasons without much on that side of the ball. Some guys who have been hot stayed hot, Alan Roden went deep twice, Ryan McCarty drove in five and Spencer Horwitz and Will Robertson reached base five times.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire had started the season very well but on Saturday they combined to lose four games. Some starting pitchers had a rough go of it but not Adam Macko. Dunedin lost in extra innings. Vancouver were the only winners.
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Several Blue Jays hitters had big nights. The New Hampshire Fisher Cats came back from an 8-3 deficit to win 10-8. Unheralded Glenn Santiago had a big night and Josh Kasevich kept up his hot streak. Vancouver split a doubleheader. Dunedin continued to beat up Tampa, Yhoangel Aponte had four hits. Buffalo were rained out.
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Come down from the heights, fellas, and play some ball at sea level.
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Ricky Tiedemann was wild on Thursday and Buffalo lost a rain shortened game. Damiano Palmegiani hit his first home run. New Hampshire's offense is hot and they rode some big performances to a win. Dunedin's pitching is hot and they shut down the Yankees to run their record to 5-1. Vancouver were rained out.
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Buffalo 12 Rochester 11

New Hampshire Somerset PPD

Vancouver 2 Hillsboro 0

Dunedin 9 Tampa 2

*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Kendry Rojas, Vancouver

2. Dylan Rock, Vancouver

1. Danny Jansen, Buffalo

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An organizational sweep! How about that?
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At last, at long last, the Blue Jays come home.
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It hasn't been a stellar start to the minor league season in the Jays system. But Sunday brought three wins, some good pitching and hitting. Dunedin were most impressive. Down 7-1 after Alek Manoah dug them a hole, they rallied for a walk off win. Buffalo and New Hampshire also had nice wins and although Vancouver lost, they scored six runs. Also while we wait to hear about Brandon Barriera, a new pitching prospect made a dazzling debut today.
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