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Vancouver and Dunedin were your Tuesday winners.
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Alek Manoah stepped up to AA and settled down to finish strong. Dunedin had the only win, while Buffalo were rained out.
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All the four top farm teams won with many excellent performances. A two home run game, a five hit game, other good hitting games and strong starting pitching. The four starting pitchers allowed one earned run between them. Read on for the details.
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Three games went to extra innings. Luis De Los Santos hit a pinch hit grand slam home run to give Buffalo the win. Cade Doughty singled in a run to get a win for Vancouver. New Hampshire lost game two in nine innings having previously lost game one. It was the second night in a row that a Jays team lost both ends of a doubleheader. Dunedin also lost.
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Gabriel Martinez had five RBI to help Vancouver to a big win. Angel Del Rosario did a similar job for Dunedin, driving in three. New Hampshire lost a tight one despite another good start by Chad Dallas. Buffalo lost both ends of a doubleheader. Hagen Danner learned all about AAA hitters when he was taken deep three times.
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Vancouver won, barely.
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Dunedin won with a walk off home run by Jeffrey Wehler. New Hampshire won with a come back sealed by Leo Jimenez. Seven Bisons combined to shutout Scranton. Vancouver lost despite Alan Roden going 4-4.
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Adam Kloffenstein was throwing a no hitter through 5.1 innings when a line drive hit his hand and went for a hit, ending the no hit bid and Kloffenstein's night. There is no word on the extent of the injury. New Hampshire lost, as did Buffalo and Dunedin. Vancouver have been the brightest star of the season and that continued with another win. Tucker Toman homered, again, while Addison Barger had a tough night.
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Buffalo were the only winners in what was a quiet night on the farm.
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The half way point of the minor league season is upon us. Only Vancouver made the playoffs in the first half. As it is the half way point I decided to take a look at how the Batters Box top 30 are doing this season.

On the field Buffalo won in extras. New Hampshire lost in 14 innings. Vancouver scored lots while Dunedin were shut out.

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New Hampshire and Vancouver were triumphant on Tuesday along with the Complex squads. Buffalo and Dunedin were not.
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Vancouver were your only winners on Sunday and it appears they are playoff bound. The first half of the season ends Thursday and they have a 3.5 game lead with a tie-breaker. (Update, the C's have confirmed they are playoff bound). Dasan Brown had the big hit, a three run home run. Buffalo, Dunedin and New Hampshire, twice, all lost.
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Buffalo's bats were in fine working order on Saturday, enough hits for ten runs. Vancouver were the opposite, few hits but enough for a 2-0 win thanks to excellent pitching. Dunedin lost a close one while New Hampshire were rained out.
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Dunedin scored 13 runs today, the FCL Jays 17. There were lots of hitters with lots of hits. There were not a lot of hits elsewhere in the system. There were plenty of wins, every team other than Buffalo won.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire won, all other games were a loss. There were not a lot of notable performances on Thursday. Leo Jimenez was the best. As the Jays look to add to their roster before the trade deadline, Jimenez would be one of the Jays more tradeable assets.
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