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Since our last update at the end of May, the Lugnuts have completed the first half of the season by qualifying for the playoffs in second place just behind West Michigan. There have been a number of personnel changes on the club, particularly to the pitching staff.
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The Blue Jay farm chalks up 3 wins against 2 losses.

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As of Monday afternoon Dunedin sat tied for first place in the West Division of the Florida State League with the Tampa Yankees. They also finished the first-half in a tie for first place with Minnesotaís affiliate, the Fort Myers Miracle. Dunedin lost their last three games of the year to finish at 38-32. Fort Myers also last their last game, blowing a chance to win the West Division, as Dunedin won the tiebreaker.

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The Doubledays sit at 8-11, 5th place in the Pinckney Division, but just 3 games back of the Muckdogs of Batavia.

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Falling behind early and losing late was the trend on Sunday. All of the afternoon games went against the affiliates, Auburn lost at night, then Pulaski was up 4-1 going into the ninth. Would they help the organization avoid the sweep?
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It was a rough night for the farm affiliates, who went 2-5, but a young kid gave us a sweet taste of what is to come.
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The farm affiliates split 6 games, but some fine individual performances gave hope to the faithful.
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Ugh. Letís just forget Thursday ever happened. A loss to K.C., five losses on the farm and two poor pitching performances by two of Torontoís best pitching prospects. At least a couple of the games were exciting, as two of the affiliates failed in comeback bids.

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It was not a night for starting pitchers on the farm, as either poor performance or North Carolina rain prevented any of the six starters from having a shutdown night.
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Josh Banks had a strong night on the mound as the affiliates went 5-1.
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A 2 Ė 4 night for the Toronto Farm.
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On our day, the Canadians in the Jay minor league system did pretty well.  David Corrente hit 2 sacrifice flies (how Canadian is that?) and caught a shutout in a Dunedin victory, while Jonathan Baksh doubled and singled and drove in 2 in an Auburn loss.  The farm affiliates went 4-2.
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It's Canada's 139th birthday today, which is one hell of a coincidence, since that was probably the paid attendance at the game in our nation's capital last night.
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In my last minor league report Pulaski won their game, to help the Jays avoid being swept throughout the minors. Yesterday, one team managed to make sure the Jays avoid the sweep again. However, this time it was a case of one loss ruining the chance for a complete organisational sweep, as the parent club and all six minor league teams won. Yes, you read that right. All six minor league teams won and so did Toronto, yet it wasnít an organisational sweep. Read on to find how this happened.

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Lansing won near the end and a Batter's Box favourite had the right stuff in Syracuse but, unfortunately, the offense didn't. Six games on the farm last night out of a scheduled seven. Can you guess who had the rain delay?
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