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Sebastian Espino hit three home runs for Vancouver as they romped to a win. They hit six home runs. One of them was by Orelvis Martinez who had seen his average dip below .200. Another player who had some recent struggles was Kevin Smith who came back after a day off with four hits on Sunday. With Casey Lawrence throwing blanks it was an easy win for the Bisons. New Hampshire were down early and lost. Dunedin had the day off.
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Chavez Young gunned down three runners for New Hampshire. The Fisher Cats took a 6-3 lead to the bottom of the ninth but lost in a walk-off. Buffalo's winning streak came to an end. Vancouver exploded for 16 hits en route to a nice win. Dunedin won both ends of a doubleheader.
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There is an old saying in baseball that hitters are going to hit. It basically means that some hitters just know how to hit and can do so in any situation. Otto Lopez is going to hit. After hitting well everywhere before this season, he hit .330 in New Hampshire and now he is hitting .333 in Buffalo. It seems safe to assume that Lopez will hit in the major leagues. It might be good for the Jays to pick a position and let Lopez become proficient in it.

Lopez helped Buffalo to yet another win. Zach Logue pitched well. Maximo Castillo pitched just as well for New Hampshire as Tanner Kirwer and Vinny Capra went deep. Vancouver lost a back and forth game. Dunedin had just one hit through seven innings but pulled out a 2-0 win.

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The Bisons continued their winning ways thanks in part to a Kevin Smith home run. They are 3-0 at home in Buffalo and against the Red Wings in this series. New Hampshire eked out a close win. Vancouver came back from a 9-4 deficit to win. Dunedin lost both ends of a doubleheader and the FCL Jays also lost. The Bisons winning streak has moved them into first place in their division and they are the Jays only hope for the playoffs. New Hampshire, Vancouver and Dunedin all have losing records and the playoffs are almost impossible.
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Buffalo and Vancouver were your Wednesday winners on a 2-4 night on the farm.
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Two wins and two losses by the Blue Jays affiliates on Tuesday. Dunedin's game against St. Lucie was rained out.
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Buffalo stayed hot with a nice win. Naswell Paulino dominated over six innings as Dunedin shutout Bradenton with a one hitter. New Hampshire took a 5-0 lead and lost. Vancouver lost.
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Dilson Herrera hit two home runs. Tyler White hit a grand slam but Buffalo lost. New Hampshire won but Vancouver and Dunedin had few hits and lost. The FCL Jays lost, but a Quebecer had three hits.
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The affiliates nearly had a perfect night, winning three out of four Thursday.
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The Jays affiliates won two and lost three on Wednesday.
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New Hampshire and Vancouver won but Buffalo did the opposite. Dunedin's game in Fort Myers was rained out.
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Two winners and two second-place finishers on the scoreboard by the Jays affiliates Sunday.
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It was a tough night on the farm. The FCL Jays were the only winners. The Bisons had to face Chris Sale, no issue for Nash Knight. Luis Quinones pitched well for New Hampshire in a losing cause. Neither the Fisher Cats or the Canadians could find much offense. Dunedin had the offense but not the pitching. The FCL Jays can always be relied on for offense.
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Even without Austin Martin, the Fisher Cats won again. Vancouver had another wild game with Spokane and, once again, came out on the losing end. Dunedin won without much help from their big bats. Buffalo and the FCL Jays lost.
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Sem Robberse pitched seven strong innings and Orelvis homered as Dunedin won. Buffalo split a doubleheader, Kevin Smith had two hits in each game. Dilson Herrera had two homers in game two. Vancouver were down 4-0 after two innings, up 7-4 after three, up 10-8 in the middle of the eighth but lost to a ninth inning walk off. New Hampshire were rained out, again.
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