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The affiliates dropped three of four games Tuesday. #WeAreBlueJays
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The first place Boston group is coming to Dunedin.
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Bauxite Mike Green is a former contributor to these minor league updates. He must have been feeling the itch today as he summarised the afternoon. Here it is: The affiliates are 3-0 so far (edit 4-0) and Vancouver has a 1 run lead in the middle innings (edit: they won in extras). Carl Edwards Jr. got the win with a scoreless 7th inning for the Bisons. SWR threw 5 shutout innings with 4 walks and 7 strikeouts. Samad Taylor homered among his 3 hits and Otto Lopez doubled twice and walked to lead the Fisher Cat offence. Thanks Mike.

Cameron Eden had the walk off hit for the C's, his fourth hit of the day. He also drove in the tying run in the ninth.

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It hasn't been a good start to the season for the Dunedin Blue Jays but it got worse on Saturday when they were no hit by Bradenton. They held Bradenton to just two runs, their second best pitching performance of the year, and all for naught. Conner Overton made his second "emergency" start and pitched six shutout innings as Buffalo won again. New Hampshire took a bullpen loss. Austin Martin had two hits but was pulled from the game in the sixth. Vancouver won behind Adam Kloffenstein.
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He is no Otto Velez, yet, but Otto Lopez went 4-4 on Friday, scoring three runs. All the runs by Otto came off the Somerset pitcher, Glenn Otto. It was some Otto on Otto violence. The Fisher Cats won that game. The Canadians won too with Canada's own Tanner Kirwer hitting a grand slam. The Bisons also won while Dunedin, this years lovable losers, lost despite home runs from Miguel Hiraldo and Orelvis Martinez.
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The Jays open a ten game "homestand" in Dunedin tonight, and let's hope this will be the last time. They'll begin playing their "home" games in Buffalo on June 1 and someday, baby, who knows baby, they'll come and be playing here for you.
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It was a quiet night on the farm as the affiliates went 2-2. Breyvic Valera and Luis De Los Santos each drove in three runs to help the Bisons and Canadians win.
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The Blue Jays affiliates ran the table with a perfect 4-0 night. #WeAreBlueJays

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A walkout win, a blowout loss and two extra-inning setbacks for the Blue Jays affiliates Tuesday. #WeAreBlueJays
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These guys again.
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The National League was founded in February 1876, and Chicago provided one of the charter franchises, coming over from the National Association of Base Ball Players which had provided a very loose organizational structure for the preceding five years.

It was a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
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Limb by limb and tooth by tooth
Stirring up inside of me
Every hour
I wish that I,
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The Dunedin Jays have been battered by the Tampa hitters in the first five games of the series. Relief arrived today in the form of 18 year old Brazilian Rafael Ohashi making his first professional start. Supported by the bullpen it gave the Jays their first win of the season. Buffalo won thanks to their emergency started Connor Overton. Vancouver also won with New Hampshire the only loser on Sunday.
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Two hitters hit a pair of home runs on Saturday. Riley Adams is back with Buffalo and went deep twice. In Dunedin PK Morris also hit a pair of jacks and drove in six runs. Dunedin's pitchers continued to take it on the chin, with one exception. Overall it was a split night on the farm with Buffalo and Vancouver winning.
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It has been a mixed start to the season on the pitching side. Some pitchers, like Alek Manoah, have pitched well. But overall a lot of the pitchers have been hit around. On Friday, all the affiliates lost and conceded 48 runs over four games. Tampa scored 25 against Dunedin. Things can only get better, right?
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