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Take the moment and taste it
You've got no reason to be afraid
You're on your own, kid
You always have been

Six weeks left. We're getting down to it.
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There were more home runs for the good guys on Sunday. Ernie Clement hit one for Buffalo in their win. The Fisher Cats hit four home runs, including two by Damiano Palmegiani in their win. Peyton Williams went deep in Vancouvers win, while Dunedin didn't need any home runs in their win. Vancouver and Dunedin's games were shortened by smoke and rain respectively.
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One home run for Buffalo, four for New Hampshire, three and two for Vancouver and one in the DSL. The teams that hit the taters won, the ones that didn't, didn't.
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The Buffalo Bisons led 14-6 headed to the ninth inning and they brought in Trevor Schwecke to finish the game. He did gave up a couple of runs but saved an inning for the bullpen. One of the reasons they needed pitching help was that Jimmy Robbins was used in relief. He threw 20 pitches, one strike and 19 balls, and didn't get an out. New Hampshire lost a game they were winning. Dunedin won, scoring 10 runs. Hamilton's Bryce Arnold had a big game. Vancouver were blown out.
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I was carried to Ohio in a swarm of bees

This weekend, at the Budweiser Stage, the greatest band ever to come out of Cincinnati (by way of Brooklyn) will be laying down a little rock, a little roll. While the local baseball team visits their home town.
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Bo Bichette led Buffalo to a nice win. New Hampshire played two, they lost the game Ricky Tiedemann started but won the other one. Vancouver were blown out while Dunedin lost in extra innings.
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Canadianís six-game winning streak snapped in Eugene.

Rochester 5 Buffalo 4

New Hampshire 3 Hartford 8

Eugene 8 Vancouver 6

Dunedin 12 Clearwater 4

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New Hampshire won and the FCL squad split a pair. Dunedin and the DSL Blue Jays both lost. Buffalo's game was rained out and Vancouver's game was smoked out due to wildfires in the Eugene area.
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Back at it.
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Vancouver hit three home runs, two from Devonte Brown, and won 3-1. Jace Bohrofen homered again to help Dunedin win. Orelvis Martinez and Ernie Clement homered for Buffalo but it wasn't enough to offset bad pitching. New Hampshire also lost.
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Miguel Hiraldo hit two home runs and a double and drove in six runs for New Hampshire as they won by ten. Vancouver scored three times in the bottom of the eighth to overturn a two run deficit. Buffalo and Dunedin lost.
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The Bisons split a doubleheader. Orelvis homered in game one. New Hampshire lost after Ricky Tiedemann couldn't get out of the first inning. Alan Roden hit his first AA home run. Vancouver had three hits in the first inning, scored a run, and were held hitless for the rest of the game. They won 1-0. Dunedin lost a slugfest.
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A team from the Other League makes one of their uncommon visits to our town.
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New Hampshire trailed 8-1 but came back to win 11-8 in a rain shortened game. Vancouver only trailed by one in the eighth but they too rallied to win as did the FCL Jays. Dunedin won and found a way to drive in runners in scoring position without hits. Maybe the big club could learn from them.
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Canadianís win 2nd straight at home against Tri-City! Vancouverís Dasan Brown gets the clubís first inside-the-park home run of the year.

Worcester 5 Buffalo 4

New Hampshire 3 Reading 2 Game One

New Hampshire 5 Reading 3 Game Two

Vancouver 4 Tri City 2

Dunedin 10 Lakeland 7

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