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Buffalo, Vancouver, Dunedin and Dominican Summer League Blue Jays lifted the affiliates to a 5-1 record on Tuesday.
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Well I just got into town
about an hour ago
Took a look around
See which way the wind blows

Time for us to leave the scenic northwest and head south to those Hollywood hills.
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Buffalo trailed with two outs in the ninth inning before Davis Schneider tied the game with his 19th home run. Tanner Morris then won it in the tenth. New Hampshire were no hit. Vancouver had 12 hits but that wasn't enough for a win. Dunedin also lost.
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Spencer Horwitz could be in line for player of the week. He picked up four hits on Saturday but it wasn't enough as the bullpen blew the lead in the ninth. New Hampshire came out on the other end of that by scoring four in the ninth to take the win. Vancouver scored four runs in the first inning and that was enough for their win. Dunedin won a 1-0 contest.
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Hyun Jin Ryu pitched on rehab with Buffalo and pitched well. Buffalo, and Ryu, got the win. New Hampshire played into the ninth before the rains came. The game will be finished on Saturday. Vancouver won a bullpen game. Brandon Barriera was excellent for Dunedin but the Jays lost. Ricky Tiedemann pitched in the FSL. Enmanuel Bonilla had a big game in the DSL.
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It's so relieving 
To know that you're leaving 
As soon as you get paid

Everyone ready to stay up late?
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Spencer Horwitz hits for average and gets on base but the power has been in short supply. On Thursday he went deep twice, but Buffalo coughed up the lead twice and lost. No such worries in New Hampshire where Sem Robberse was excellent. And the hitters were pretty good too. Similarly for Vancouver where Devereaux Harrison was back in top form. Dunedin also had good pitching and they made it three wins.
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Vancouver Canadians Drop One Against the Spokane Indians! Buffalo and Dunedin win their games while Vancouver and New Hampshire are on the outside looking in.

Buffalo 4 Syracuse 3

Portland 4 New Hampshire 0

Spokane 7 Vancouver 6

Dunedin 9 Lakeland 8
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Buffalo and Vancouver won big. New Hampshire was walked off and Dunedin also lost by a run. The FCL Jays were rained out but the DSL Jays got in the win column to make it a triumphant Tuesday on the farm.
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If the Mets did not exist, the Padres would surely be regarded as the most disappointing group of under-achievers in all of the game.
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Devonte Brown is on a roll. He hit a game winning home run on Friday and added a walk off shot today. Vancouver were the lone bright spot on the farm, Buffalo and Dunedin lost. New Hampshire were rained out.
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One of the best stories in the Jays system this season has been the performance of the Vancouver Canadians. When you look at the reasons why, one of the biggest reasons has to be the depth of the lineup. Many minor league teams have a few hitters in the top half but then have guys in the bottom half hitting just over .200. But not the C's. The number eight hitter Saturday was Kekai Rios, who had three hits and is hitting .300. The number seven hitter, Garrett Spain, is hitting .281 with a .855 OPS. Devonte Brown often hits low in the order, he is hitting .248 but has hit eight home runs. And bear in mind they have already promoted Rainer Nunez and Riley Tirotta to AA.

Vancouver put up 12 runs in their win. Buffalo also won with some good offense. Dunedin lost while New Hampshire's game was suspended due to rain.

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The first half of the season was not good for Addison Barger. He spent time on the IL and didn't hit all that well when he was fit. On Friday he had three hits over 100 mph, including his third home run. Davis Schneider also homered as Buffalo won. Damiano Palmegiani homered in New Hampshire's win. Devonte Brown homered to give Vancouver the win. Dunedin lost.
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Old friends come back to visit...
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So John Northey was lamenting that the GIDPs, among other things, were killing the Jays offense. I looked into the subject, made a few notes, and things got out of hand. Too out of hand to put in a comment...
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