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We had a bit of everything on the farm last night: all the home teams won and Syracuse won it on an infield "single" while all the other teams either scored 10+, gave up 10+ or shut out the opposition.
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2 routs, 1 3-run victory and a nailbiter were the stories as the farm affiliates went 4-0.
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Admit it. You read it and laughed a little bit inside. 1-3 for the affiliates last night, as Dunedin won 2-0. Ottawa and Burlington ended up on the right side of the ledger, which is kind of amusing.
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Kevin Barker. Thatís it. It was his night to shine in what is likely to be his best single-game performance as a professional.

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Yes, that's my headline.

Three runs was the most scored by any of the minor league teams last night, and even that required an Ontario kid to come up with a hit in the final inning. We've got a rainout, a rain delay, a rain-induced doubleheader and...well, our Third Star today is the rare ballplayer whose first and last names both contain the letters r-a-i-n.
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The best result last night was a rain out in Dunedin.
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A wet Monday sees just one game for the Toronto farm, and the Dunedins make it a good one.
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Two of the affiliates did not play yesterday, and Syracuse were swept in a doubleheader, so Lansing had the only opportunity for the Jays minor league system to get a win.  Lansing did win thanks to Jesus Gonzalez who scored two of the three runs and didn't get out all day.  Aaron Tressler pitched well enough to win, but didn't, and Kevin Barker hit two home runs. 
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The farm affiliates were all at home and feasted to the tune of a 3-1 record.
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Davis Romero led the Fisher Cats to their 5th win in a row, this time over the Portland Sea Dogs, as the farm affiliates went 1-1 on a rain-soaked Friday in the East.
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The affiliates finished 3-1 as David Purcey struggled in his start against Pawtucket, but everyone else finished well. Purcey had control issues and let his walks hurt him, but he also allowed a surprising stolen base. Another first-round pick, Ricky Romero, made his second start of the season and performed well enough to earn a star.

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For the second week in a row, the Thursday MLU was delayed and almost cancelled due to technical issues. Fear not, however, my painfully slow Internet connection eventually went through and here you are. Four wins and one loss.
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Michael MacDonald threw 8 scoreless innings as the affiliates went 2-1 with a rainout.

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Stop me if you heard this before, Syracuse had a disappointing month.  The Chiefs ended April at 10-13, which is below expectations.  Syracuse did have the best pitching in the IL, plus they outscored their opponents in April by 5 runs, but they were 2-7 in one run games and that led to a losing month. 

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The Dunedin Blue Jays currently have a 16-14 record and sit in third place of the West Division of the Florida State League. The D-Jays are 1.5 games of Fort Myers. In this monthly review weíll recap seven Dunedin prospects that caught my eye and see what this month has revealed.


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