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Rafael Lantigua again led the way for Buffalo. He reached base six times. Buffalo won easily with Bowden Francis returning. Sem Robberse and Trenton Wallace both pitched well for their teams but both took the loss anyway. Dunedin's game was suspended. Brandon Barriera threw 2.1 innings before it rained.
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Buffalo and Vancouver lost. New Hampshire and Dunedin were rained out on a winless Wednesday.
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Vancouver swept a doubleheader. That was the only two wins for the affiliates on Tuesday.
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The homestand started out just great, but soon went all to hell. What this team needs is a road trip! Bring it on! Let's go to...
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Sometimes players are called into situations. Devereaux Harrison was used to pitching one or sometimes two innings in the Vancouver bullpen. Until today. The C's needed a spot start and he got it. He delivered a five inning, one hitter, to set Vancouver up for a win. Buffalo's hitters were at it again, 16 hits and an easy win. New Hampshire split a doubleheader while Dunedin were thumped by Tampa.
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Buffalo took an early lead and never looked back. Spencer Horwitz picked up his usual two hits. Vancouver lost. New Hampshire were rained out and Dunedin had an off day after a doubleheader yesterday.
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Chad Dallas was the star of the day. In his AA debut he went seven shutout innings with nine strikeouts. New Hampshire won easily. Vancouver also shut out their opponents in game two of their doubleheader. They lost game one. Dunedin also split their doubleheader. Buffalo lost.
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The homestand (4-3 so far) wraps up with three games against the second place Baltimore Orioles.
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Jamie Ritchie had five RBI for Buffalo who came back from a 8-0 deficit to win. Dunedin won a tight game with Tampa. New Hampshire and Vancouver were blown out.
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New Hampshire and Dunedin won on Wednesday.
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Buffalo prevented a shutout in the win column on Tuesday.
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The defending AL East champs come to town. Those bad men from New York.
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Buffalo took an early lead and won without the need for another walk-off. Ernie Clement had five hits. New Hampshire won with Orelvis hitting his first double of the season. Vancouver went down early and were blown out. Dunedin got a nice win with Eliander Alcalde pitching well.
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Buffalo walked off Syracuse again, the third day in a row. On Saturday they were a run down headed to the ninth. With two outs Wynton Bernard singled, Rob Brantly walked and James Ritchie tied the game with a single. That set things up for Tanner Morris to single in the winning run. After a rush of wins earlier this week, that win was the only one for the affiliates on Saturday.
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April was a really bad month for most of the Jays minor league system. On some nights it was hard to find something positive to say. Happily things are turning around, the teams are winning more and many players are producing very good performances. On Friday Buffalo walked off Syracuse for the second night in a row and the third time this week. Jordan Luplow his a three run home run with one out in the bottom of the ninth to walk it off. It was his second home run of the night. New Hampshire scored 14 for the win. Vancouver scored ten. Dunedin were the only losers.
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