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After a big game on Friday, Cam Eden had another big game on Saturday. His hitting and base stealing were key to New Hampshire's win. Andres Sosa had a big night too, for Vancouver this time as they won a close game. Buffalo and Dunedin lost.
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All eyes were on Ricky Tiedemann's AA debut but Cameron Eden stole the spotlight. He doubled, stole third and stole home, then followed that with a three run home run. New Hampshire won easily. Sem Robberse was on point for Vancouver who also saw Damiano Palmegiani hit a grand slam. Buffalo had just three hits while Dunedin's bullpen cost them.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire lost. Dunedin got in one game of their scheduled doubleheader and won. Vancouver's game against Tri-City was suspended due to rain. It will be picked up today with a seven-inning game to follow after that.
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Buffalo won. Dunedin's game in Lakeland was postponed due to lightning. A doubleheader is scheduled for today.
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Jimmy Robbins had eleven strikeouts in Vancouver's win. Cooper Benson had eight K's in Dunedin's win. New Hampshire just hit four home runs to help them win. Buffalo suffered the only loss as Casey Lawrence was not his usual self.
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Buffalo came from behind with three runs in the eighth to win. New Hampshire came from behind with two runs in the ninth to win. Dunedin won from the front. Vancouver did come back from a 4-1 deficit but ultimately lost. Addison Barger had four hits. This is your abbreviated long weekend minor league update.
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Some nights your minor league update struggles to find players to put in the three stars. This was not the case on Friday. Otto Lopez had four hits with two home runs. Three other players had three hits. Thomas Hatch went seven innings. Riley Tirotta scored the winning run for Vancouver by singling, stealing two bases, and scoring on a two out bunt.

Buffalo, Vancouver, Dunedin and the FCL Jays all won. New Hampshire were the only losers.

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New Hampshire hit four home runs, two from Orelvis Martinez, on their way to racking up 17 runs. Dunedin used two home runs in the last inning to turn a loss into a win in game one of their doubleheader. They scored eight runs in game two without a home run. While New Hampshire and Dunedin were feasting on runs, Buffalo and Vancouver were fasting, Vancouver had just one hit in ten innings.
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Buffalo, New Hampshire and Dunedin won Wednesday. Vancouver didn't.
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The affiliates were 0-3 Tuesday. Dunedin's game in Clearwater was rained out. Those teams will play two today.
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Buffalo used eight pitchers in a 1-0 win. New Hampshire used seven pitchers in a 9-7 win. Orelvis Martinez had a big day. Another hitter with a big day was Jommer Hernandez for Vancouver who homered in the ninth for the game winning hit. The disappointment of the day was Dunedin who lost both ends of a doubleheader.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire fell behind early but both won. Orelvis Martinez and Adam Kloffenstein had big games for the Fisher Cats. Vancouver also fell behind early but in their case no comeback was forthcoming. The FCL Jays also lost while the rains fell on Dunedin.
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Yusei Kikuchi and a Spencer Horwitz home run was the recipe for a Buffalo win. A pair of two run home runs helped Vancouver roll off another win, their ninth straight. New Hampshire and Dunedin were losers while the FCL Jays split a pair.
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New Hampshire were almost no hit. Their first and only hit came with two outs in the eighth, then the skies opened. Leo Jimenez continued his hot hitting leading Vancouver to victory. Buffalo had the bats working to win. It rained on Dunedin as well.
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Four wins and one loss on Friday. Buffalo were the only losers. Even with four wins there were few big performances as the affiliates used a few key hits and some good pitching.
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