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The Bisons were the only winners on Sunday. Logan Warmoth's three run home run was enough for the win. Two starters pitched well but the bullpen couldn't hold it. Hayden Juenger and Nick Frasso were good. Orelvis seems to be back on track with two more hits including a home run.
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A walk off win for New Hampshire with Orelvis getting three hits. Vancouver had a nice win, while Dunedin split a doubleheader with Dahian Santos getting the win in game two. Buffalo and the FCL Jays lost.

There are reports that Yosver Zulueta has been promoted to New Hampshire. Thus was always a year to challenge Zulueta as he has to be protected or left exposed at the end of the season.

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Buffalo had a walk off win. Vancouver and the FCL Jays had nice wins. New Hampshire lost while Dunedin were rained out. Vancouver's Garrett Spain went deep, twice.
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New Hampshire, Vancouver, Dunedin and the FCL Jays won. Buffalo were well beaten. Vancouver took a 10-1 lead to the bottom of the ninth but had to rely on a hitter to get the final out. Mac Mueller got the save and went 3-4 at the plate.

The seasons for New Hampshire, Vancouver and Dunedin are split into two halves. I am not sure when New Hampshire and Vancouver hit the half way point but Dunedin announced their first half ended tonight. Sadly, Dunedin did not make the playoffs in the first half, there's always the second half.

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Buffalo, New Hampshire and Vancouver scored the winning runs in their last at-bat. Dunedin had an early lead but could not hold on.
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The Bisons were the only affiliate to find the win column Tuesday.
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Yesterday Hugo Cardona and Davis Schneider pitched for the C's. Today they picked up five hits between them in a Vancouver win. Will Robertson was the RBI man for New Hampshire as they also won. Buffalo and Dunedin lost.
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It was rehab day on the farm. Anthony Kay and Eric Pardinho pitched in the FCL while Taylor Saucedo pitched in Buffalo. The Bisons, Dunedin and the FCL Jays all won. New Hampshire and Vancouver lost. Vancouver were beaten so badly, they used two hitters on the mound. Rainer Nunez drove in five runs for Dunedin, including a grand slam.
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Buffalo and New Hampshire did not get much hitting although Thomas Hatch and Adam Kloffenstein did OK. Vancouver split a pair with Ricky Tiedemann leading the way for their win. Dunedin had all the hits with two hitters getting four hits each. The FCL Jays scored some runs but not enough.
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Buffalo won a tight one to maintain their first place in the division. The FCL Jays racked up 17 hits in their win. Yosver Zulueta was poor, again, as Vancouver lost. New Hampshire and Dunedin also lost.
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Buffalo and Vancouver were in the winners circle Wednesday. New Hampshire dropped both games of a doubleheader and Dunedin were walked off.
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 Buffalo won. New Hampshire, Vancouver and Dunedin did the opposite.
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Buffalo led 2-1 in the eighth and lost. New Hampshire led 3-1 in the fifth and 4-3 in the seventh and lost. Dunedin led 1-0 in the sixth and lost. Vancouver were rained out.
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Zac Cook came to the plate in the eighth inning with New Hampshire losing. Cook took a 3-0 pitch deep to turn a one run deficit into a two run lead. That was good for the win. Buffalo won with Thomas Hatch dominating. Damiano Palmegiani almost cycled as Dunedin won. Vancouver lost two.
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Evert team picked up a win, except Dunedin. The FCL Jays won two. Pitching was the bright spot of the night. Casey Lawrence, Hayden Juenger, Nick Fraze, Ricky Tiedemann all had good appearances. The exception was Dahian Santos who had a bump on his way to a promotion. Some lesser ranked hitters had good nights. John Aiello, Spencer Horwitz, Miguel Hiraldo, Yhoangel Aponte and Tyler Keenan had multi hit games.
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