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This debacle of a season is almost over with just three afternoon games to go.
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The Jays take to the road for the final time this season. First stop is Boston where the Sox are still looking for three more wins, or Yankee losses, to win the division. The Jays have been playing better recently but heading into Boston is always a tough trip.
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The final home series of a lost and losing season. But hey - a hidden ball trick!
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The series thread has taken a bit of a U-turn so I am setting up a fresh thread for tonight's game for those who want to discuss the action on the field.
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The last homestand of the season begins. The last homestand for Jose Bautista in a Blue Jay uniform too.
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The Blue Jays will try to play spoiler against the Identicals.
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The Vancouver Canadians are the 2017 Northwest League champions after a 2-1 victory over the Eugene Emeralds in Game 4 at Nat Bailey Stadium.

The C's have won four Northwest League titles since becoming an affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays back in 2011.
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The Vancouver Canadians are one win away from the Northwest League championship.

Brandon Polizzi and the rally skunk need one more win.
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The always annoying Orioles come to town...
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Vancouver are playing Eugene in a best of five championship series. Games one and two are in Eugene and then the last three in Vancouver. Game two is Sunday with game three Monday in Vancouver. There is one catch, a ten hour bus ride. Hopefully the C's left Nate Pearson in Vancouver to be rested for Monday night. This will be a live blog of game two.
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It's been a tough year for Roberto Osuna. Ten Blown Saves and all...
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The dog days are here. The 64 win Blue Jays take on the 59 win Tigers in a battle for ....anything? It would normally be a series for the kids but the Jays really don't have many kids on the roster. There is Richard Urena, Teoscar Hernandez and a few arms in the pen, Carlos Ramirez, Chris Rowley and Luis Santos. Then there is Marcus Stroman taking his bruised elbow to the mound tonight, hoping for no line drives through the mound.

The most notable thing about the weekend is that Saturdays game is at 4pm. I don't recall why, it could be TV related or an experiment by the Jays but it is different. Is there anything else to pay attention to this weekend?

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It is tough to win a double header at the best of times but Dunedin had to win one to win the Co-Championship of the FSL. They did indeed sweep the doubleheader for their first championship in team history. In game one Vlad Jr and Cavaan Biggio carried the load. In game two Bo and Vladdy were hitless but Connor Panas hit two home runs. The pitching was excellent in both games.

Vancouver won game one of their series. Again pitching dominated with each team having just six hits. Nate Pearson dominated early before fading a little in the fourth. The C's used three other pitchers to get home. The game was scoreless until the eighth when Logan Warmoth hit a two run home run, that was the difference in a 2-1 game.

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Vancouver's game in Spokane was scrubbed.
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The season is over for all the affiliates save for Dunedin and Vancouver.
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