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Three wins and no losses for the affiliates, all wins were come from behind efforts.  Syracuse had to tie the game in the ninth and win it in the twelfth.  New Hampshire went ahead in the seventh while Lansing scored seven runs in the fifth to turn around a 3-0 deficit.  Michael MacDonald and Orlando Trias each made their first starts since being promoted and each had some learning to do.
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One win in four attempts for the affiliates.  New Hampshire behind outstanding pitching from Jesse Litsch won 3-1.  Aaron Mathews and Dustin Majewski led the offense for the Fisher Cats.  Elsewhere Ty Taubenheim feels like Roy Halladay, AJ Wideman pitched well for Dunedin while Travis Snider continued his education in Lansing.
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The affiliates split the four games as Mike MacDonald earns a well-deserve promotion to Syracuse. None of the Jays organizationís starting pitchers pitched well last night, although Josh Banks remains undefeated. However, some of the bats came to play, including Sergio Santos who is trying to prove that his demotion to Double-A was a mistake and that he's overcome his struggles at Syracuse.

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The farm affiliates went 3-1 on Thursday. After a brief review, it's on to the statistical summary of the 2007 performances of the organization's top pitching prospects.
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If you've got the time, we've got the boxscores. The Jay farm affiliates had the distinct pleasure of facing the Miller prospects, Buffalo's Adam and Lakeland's Andrew, and were unable to score against either but still managed a split of those two games and went 1-3 overall.
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The affiliates were 2-2 last night with both wins coming in A ball.

And yes, that is a lame title.
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It was a good night for the big club and a good night on the farm as Syracuse, Dunedin, and Lansing were all winners last night.  The only thing missing was a New Hampshire victory - they had the night off.

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Home runs played a big part in a minor league sweep Sunday.  Sergio Santos hit his sixth to help New Hampshire win a game in Portland.  For Dunedin Kyle Phillips hit two home runs to tie the game and Jacob Butler hit a go-ahead home run to help the D-Jays to victory.   Matt Liuzza, Brian Pettway and Josh Bell homered for the Lugnuts.  Ty Taubenheim's best start of the year kept the Chiefs in the game until Russ Adams helped win it in the tenth.  Jesse Litsch also pitched well while Travis Snider had four hits to pump his average to .392.
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The Chiefs bullpen was fully aligned with its parent yesterday as they blew two saves.  The Lansing fielders didn't give the bullpen a chance to blow the game, eight errors blew the game before the bullpen could.  Dqavid Purcey had his worst start of the season.  Dunedin won behind John Thompson.  Travis Snider had three more hits.
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The highlight of the night was a rain out in Syracuse.
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It's the hitters this week, but first we get to quickly savour a 3-0 night for the farm affiliates, featuring a 9th inning comeback and 13th inning walk-off homer by Chip Cannon for the Fisher Cats and shutouts in both halves of a Fort Myers-Dunedin doubleheader.
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No one is rooting for him, but Manny Mayorson led the Fisher Cats to victory with the big hit.  The farm affiliates were a perfect 2-0 on the night.
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...I've been here for years.

Sergio Santos continues his hot hitting - he's 13 for his last 23, with 11 of those hits going for extra bases.

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Two of the Jays top pitching prospects authored one hitters last night. One of them was really good, the other was just not long enough. Find out more as the Jays almost get the clean sweep on the farm by winning 3 out of 4.

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Lansing's ten game win streak ended.  Ricky Romero pitched well as Sergio Santos provided the offense.  The affiliates went 1-2 as Syracuse lost again.

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