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The affiliates won just one out of three Monday. Dunedin's game in Lakeland was postponed due to wet grounds.
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Richard Urena debuted and the affiliates played .500 plus baseball over the weekend. A general success, though the Nate Pearson wait continues.
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Jordan Romano was outstanding for New Hampshire in a day game on Thursday. Over seven innings he allowed one run on two hits. The Fisher Cats won with Lourdes Gurriel hitting his first home run of the year. Dunedin were held to three hits and lost. Kevin Vicuna made three errors and Lansing lost by a run. He tried to compensate with four hits. Yesterday Logan Warmoth made three errors so there is some butter fingers among the systems shortstops.
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Tonight's game (Sanchez vs Sabathia), joined in progress.
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Roger Clemens was famous for his strikeouts. He finished his career with 4,672 of them. His son Kacy is not so fond of the K's. In 45 plate appearances Clemens has 15 walks and only seven punch-outs. What would happen if he faced his father? Clemens walked twice, and had two hits, on Wednesday to lead Lansing to victory. One of his hits was a triple, and he stole a base, showing some ability on the bases. New Hampshire also won with Vlad Jr. doing his usual hitting. And Dunedin won with Dalton Pompey having a good night and Anthony Alford one to forget. Just like the Blue Jays it was a sweep night on the farm.
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The Dunedin Blue Jays were the only winners on the farm Tuesday. Buffalo was snowed out.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire were rained out. Dunedin and Lansing had the day off.

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The Blue Jays return home for a three-game pit stop against Ryan Goins and the Royals...maybe! Update - Monday's game is postponed.
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This is your ultra abbreviated weekend recap. Only two completed games to speak of as weather played a part in postponing or suspending games across all levels of the organization. Nonetheless, some encouraging stuff from the olí prospects.
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The Blue Jays head to Cleveland to wrap up a nine-game road trip.
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Lansing won while Buffalo and Dunedin lost. New Hampshire had the day off. The Lugnuts scored 11 runs in the seventh inning en route to an easy win. The bullpen took the loss in both the Buffalo and Dunedin games. Among prospects Teoscar Hernandez and Logan Warmoth homered but it was Chavez Young who took the first star.
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Jordan Romano took the first star with seven shutout innings.

It was three wins and two losses for the affiliates on Wednesday. One of the key differentiators in the early going has been bullpen performance. The Jays affiliates have received good starting pitching and the hitting has been decent too. If the bullpen can hold the lead the affiliate has a good chance of winning but when it blows up, there is a loss in the cards. On Wednesday the Lugnut bullpen blew up good and turned a lead into a loss. The Bisons bullpen took over in a loss and got the team a win. Similarly the D Jays bullpen helped them out in the second game of their doubleheader.

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The Bisons and Fisher Cats dropped their first games of 2018. Lansing prevented a shutout on the farm. Dunedin was rained out in Palm Beach. They are scheduled to play two today.
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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. put on a show for New Hampshire FC in Hartford. That's among the many highlights that saw the affiliates win three out of four Monday night.
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The Blue Jays continue their first road trip of the season with a three-game set in Baltimore.

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