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Here is your abbreviated, long weekend, minor league update. Buffalo stayed hot. Dunedin won too.
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Buffalo won a tight 1-0 game to extend their lead in the division. New Hampshire lost both ends of a doubleheader. Vancouver had lots of hitting and won. Spencer Horwitz extended his hitting streak to 22 games in style with four hits. Dunedin played a long one, 13 innings, but came out on the wrong end.
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Buffalo started the week two games out of first place and this week they got to play the team ahead of them, Scranton. On Thursday they won their third straight to jump into the lead in their division. New Hampshire lost despite Jordan Groshans picking up three hits. Adam Kloffenstein pitched well to get the win for Vancouver. Dunedin achieved the difficult task of winning both ends of a doubleheader.
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Vancouver was the only affiliate in action but lost by a run. Buffalo, New Hampshire, Dunedin and the Florida Complex League Blue Jays were rained out.
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The Blue Jays affiliates batted 1.000 with a 6-0 Tuesday night on the farm.
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Vancouver scored six runs in the second inning and never looked back. Dunedin went up 4-0 and held on for a one run win. Buffalo were down 5-1 but came back to win. New Hampshire were down early as Luis Quinones struggled and could not get back into the game.
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A grand slam home run by Vinny Capra was enough to get the win for New Hampshire. A three run home run from Danny Jansen was not enough for Buffalo. A two run shot by PK Morris in the ninth got the win for Dunedin. A solo shot by Spencer Horwitz couldn't stop Vancouver from taking a loss. In the FCL Rikelbin De Castro hit his first home run. Another hitter who had been scuffling, Orelvis Martinez, had his second multi hit game in a row.
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The Bisons were two hit. New Hampshire managed five hits. Dunedin lost in eleven innings. It was left to Vancouver to salvage the night for the affiliates. The C's scored a run in the top of the ninth with a home run to get the win.
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A couple of Canadians led the way on Thursday. Tanner Kirwer had three hits as New Hampshire had the bats going, fifteen hits in all. In addition to the hitting, good pitching from Nick Fraze helped secure the win. Vancouver were another team that brought out the lumber as they hit double digits in hits and scored eight runs in their win. Dunedin's Dasan Brown was the star for Dunedin in a close win. Buffalo's Zach Logue didn't have it and Buffalo lost.
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The Blue Jays affiliates were nearly swept Wednesday.
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New Hampshire was the only winner on the farm Tuesday.
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One win out of three games on the farm. Buffalo dominated Syracuse with Logan Warmoth leading a parade of hitters. Both Vancouver and Dunedin were down early and couldn't come back. New Hampshire were hurricaned out.
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Buffalo were one hit and shut out. New Hampshire had two hits through six innings before getting a grand slam in the seventh. They still lost. Dunedin had no hits through five innings but came back to win with a walk off ninth. Vancouver had just four hits but won behind a good start from Adam Kloffenstein.
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Buffalo received excellent pitching and won. Chavez Young drove in three runs for New Hampshire but the bullpen blew up late. Vancouver won behind CJ Van Eyk. Dunedin scored a run in the ninth to tie the game and a run in the tenth to win. The FCL Jays won with Dahian Santos pitching well.
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Trent Palmer threw a seven inning no hitter for Dunedin. He had ten strikeouts for a top level performance. Palmer's no hitter came in game two of a doubleheader and helped Dunedin split the twin bill. Buffalo, on the other hand, lost both ends of their doubleheader. With Smith and Lopez getting promoted this week, the offense struggled in the two games. New Hampshire won with Samad Taylor homering and Maximo Castillo pitching seven innings. Vancouver hit back to back to back jacks in their first inning and cruised to a win.
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