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Buffalo were in playoff contention recently but they have hit a tough spell, losing three of their last four and they are slipping behind. They have been short of starting pitching all season and their hitters have cooled. They lost a tough game on Thursday. New Hampshire have no hope of the playoffs and were hammered. Vancouver and Dunedin are the playoff hopefuls. Vancouver are in with a good shot of the playoffs but lost in extra innings last night. Dunedin were rained out.
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Vancouver's doubleheader sweep were the only wins on Wednesday. Dunedin was walked off. Buffalo and New Hampshire had nights to forget.
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Buffalo won big and Dunedin and Vancouver came up with big wins in their push for the postseason. New Hampshire let one get away late.
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Avert your gaze if you don't want the bad news. Buffalo were blown out. New Hampshire too. Dunedin were shutout. Vancouver gave Hillsboro a game but they too finally succumbed.
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After four wins on Friday, the only win on Saturday came from Dunedin where Kendry and Yondrei Rojas combined for eight innings. Buffalo, New Hampshire and Vancouver lost.
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Peyton Williams hit his first pro home run for Dunedin tonight. He liked it so much he hit his second the next time up. But the performance of the night was pitcher Trenton Wallace who struck out eleven. That is a rare feat these days. It was a good night on the farm as all four affiliates won.
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New Hampshire win in extras thanks to Sebastian Espino. Dunedin win in a shortened game thanks to Devonte Brown. Vancouver won in regulation thanks to Damiano Palmegiaini. Buffalo came out on the losing end.
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Buffalo and Dunedin were your Wednesday winners. It was not a nice day for a ball game for New Hampshire or Vancouver.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire hit their share of homers but could not find the win column. Vancouver came back to win their game as did the DSL squad. Dunedin's late rally fizzled out and the FCL club was shut out.
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Orelvis Martinez hit his 28th home run on Sunday, a new Fisher Cats record. Martinez has not shown a lot of development this season, his batting average is under .200 over the last two months. He has walked more in the last week but that was after a homer barrage which suggests the pitchers are being careful rather than Orelvis improving his eye. New Hampshire won with Jimmy Robbins doing well on his AA debut. Dunedin had a big come from behind win capped by a walk off home run from Cade Doughty, his second homer in the game. Buffalo and Vancouver lost.
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Rafael Lantigua, still fresh in AAA, drove in seven runs, four of them with a grand slam. Sem Robberse did OK in his AA debut while Dahian Santos didn't do so well in Vancouver. Lantigua helped Buffalo win, while Dunedin also won. New Hampshire and Vancouver lost.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire outhit their opponents but lost. Vancouver and Dunedin continued their winning ways. Gabriel Moreno missed the Buffalo game, he was expected to be back in there.
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A couple of under the radar pitchers, Sean Mellen and Geison Urbaez, picked up seven strikeouts each. Buffalo, Vancouver and Dunedin won. New Hampshire lost. PK Morris had a grand slam for Vancouver and Rainer Nunez also homered but in a tied game in the ninth inning the catcher, Andres Sosa, stole two bases and scored on a ground out to win the game for the C's.
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A winning Wednesday in the middle of the system gave the affiliates a 3-2 record.
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Buffalo, New Hampshire, Vancouver and Dunedin all found the win column Tuesday. The Complex League teams did not.
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