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The top three affiliates each had a walk off win. The walk-offs came in rapid succession on Wednesday, all three happened in about 20 minutes. Teoscar Hernandez and Rowdy Tellez won it for Buffalo, a walk-off strikeout let Andrew Guillotte race home for New Hampshire and DJ Davis doubled in Edward Olivares for Dunedin. Vancouver were on the road, and so unable to walk off, but won anyway. Lansing and the GCL Jays lost. Reggie Pruitt, Teoscar Hernandez and Conor Fisk are your three stars.
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The affiliates won three of eight on Tuesday. All three wins came from the short-season clubs.
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A perfect night for the parent club and the affiliates as they went 6-0 Monday night.
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Strong night on the farm even with rain preventing our two Dunedin darlings from appearing in this MLU. Two first base prospects had strong nights, while the pitching in our lower affiliates was mighty impressive.
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The affiliates had a winning Wednesday by taking five out of seven. Lansing had the night off.
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It was a .500 Tuesday on the farm with four wins and four losses. The Dominican Jays saw their game get washed away.
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The top level affiliates all lost but the bottom half all won for a 3-3 Monday night. New Hampshire had the night off. Bluefield's game was rained out.
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This is your abbreviated, abbreviated MLU. Jon Berti had three hits in a win for AAA Buffalo. Ryan Borucki’s AA dominance continued last night with a seven-inning shutout. Richard Urena also had two hits in that game. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. had three hits in Dunedin. Guerrero Jr. has come on of late after starting slowly in Dunedin. Justin Maese was roughed up in a blowout loss in Lansing. Kacy Clemens’ three hits were not enough in an extra inning loss in Vancouver. Bluefield played two yesterday and lost both. Our GCL and DSL affiliates were big winners. Luis De Los Santos had three hits in Florida and every batter in the Dominican Republic hit safely at least once.
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The schedule on Wednesday was a light one, Dunedin, Vancouver and Bluefield all had the day off. Given the lack of games I thought I would try a quiz as part of today's MLU. On the field New Hampshire had a nice come from behind win while the GCL Jays were totally outplayed. Buffalo and Lansing put one in the win column.

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Just two victories in seven games for the affiliates on Tuesday. Three Vancouver Canadians represented the Northwest League as they took on the best of the Pioneer League in Hillsboro. Riley Adams had a base hit, William Ouellette struck out the only man he faced and Orlando Pascual overcame a walk and a double thanks to two strikeouts in a scoreless frame.
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The affiliates were undefeated Monday night by winning all five of their games. Buffalo, New Hampshire and Vancouver had the night off.
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On Sunday Dunedin hitters were on fire, racking up 21 hits. Bo Bichette was 0-6. A weird exception to a great season. Anthony Alford hit a game tying home run in the ninth and scored the winning run in the eleventh. Sunday saw lots of competition for the three stars. Josh De Graaf pitched well again. Several hitters pitched in, Jake Elmore, Raffy Lopez, Conor Panas, Christian Lopes, Cavan Biggio, Juan Kelly, Edward Olivares and Yorman Rodriguez all had multi-hit games. A lot of those hitters are regulars on the good hitting lists.
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Logan Warmoth hit his first home run in Vancouver, while Bo Bichette is back up to .400 in Dunedin.
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There were lots of runs in the affiliates games on Wednesday. Many hot hitters stayed hot but some of the pitching is still inconsistent. Edward Olivares and Bo Bichette keep on hitting, both of them had three hits. Lourdes Gurriel and Cavan Biggio had two hits, and each homered. Dwight Smith is heating up. Read below for more hitters.

Sean Reid-Foley had a down and up start. Conor Fisk and Zach Jackson did not pitch well. Yennsy Diaz, Elio Silva and Joel Espinal were good.

I also added some commentary about the latest top prospect lists.

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The affiliates sawed off eight games right down the middle Tuesday. Lansing had the night off.
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