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Two wins at the top of the system, and Pulaski piled it on in the Appy League. The Jays affiliates were 3-3 on the night.
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4 wins, a doubleheader and 3 grand slams are featured in today’s update.
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For us Ontarians, today is a Tuesday that feels like a Monday; for the Blue Jay farm, yesterday was a Monday that was a Twosday.
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Syracuse score an improbable win, Josh Banks was a welcoming host, and Auburn and Pulaski had five hits between them.

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July ended with a Syracuse win and an Auburn loss. Youneverknow, but I do know that the affiliates continued their fine overall play with a 5-2 record on Saturday.
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But for the struggling Skychiefs and a Pulaski rainout, it would have been another clean sweep for the Jays' farm system. Also struggling is my computer, which wouldn't access several sites this morning, including and the New-Hampshire Union-Leader. Accordingly, if I've missed any highlights, stories or other aspects of last night's minor-league action, please add them to the thread.
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A losing night overall down on the farm. Adam Peterson blew up good, again.
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Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes it rains. Three wins, three losses, and two rainouts for the minor league affiliates last night.

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It was a dark and stormy night. Most of the Blue Jays minor league teams had weather issues as they managed a 2-2 split with 3 rainouts and 1 rain shortened game.
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Wednesday, last week, I headed to Binghamton, New York to see the Blue Jays AA team, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, play against the hometown Mets. The drive to Binghamton takes five hours, longer if you get a speeding ticket just outside Kingston.
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4 hits above Rookie ball? Believe it.
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Lots of hitting by the Blue Jays but only three wins and two losses.
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The short-season affiliates continued their domination of the NYPL and Appy leagues, while the full-season affiliates split 4 nailbiters.
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A romp, a triumphant return, a squeaker, and a typical night at the office for the Doubledays were the highlights of a 4-2 night for the farm affiliates.
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A late and abbreviated report today. Yours truly was in Auburn yesterday watching a Canadian kid be a hero for the home team. Four wins and two losses for the minor league teams.
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