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Watts-Brown Ks nine; Jays take one-run win

June 19, 2024

DUNEDIN, FL – Juaron Watts-Brown tied a season high by striking out nine Daytona batters, helping the Blue Jays to a 3-2 victory early Wednesday afternoon at TD Ballpark. The early story of the day centered around Joey Votto, who was assigned to Dunedin as part of his rehab assignment

Dunedin sweeps doubleheader from Bradenton

June 12, 2024

DUNEDIN, FL – Dunedin extended its win streak to five games by taking both games of its series opening doubleheader from Bradenton; 8-4 in game one, and 2-1 in game two on Wednesday evening at TD Ballpark. The Blue Jays’ record now stands at 31-28 – marking the first time

Palm Beach downs Dunedin in speedy pitchers’ duel

June 5, 2024

JUPITER, FL – The Blue Jays offense couldn’t spark a late comeback to salvage a strong outing from starter Juaron Watts-Brown and fell to Palm Beach 3-2 on Wednesday night at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. In a game that lasted just an hour and 52 minutes, both starting pitchers pitched

Perez drives Dunedin to thrilling walk-off win

May 29, 2024

DUNEDIN, FL – In a game that featured four ties, Daniel Perez delivered the deciding blow, hopping a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth to clinch a 6-5 walk-off victory over St. Lucie on Wednesday night at TD Ballpark. The Blue Jays’ win pushes their record to 24-23

Marauders pitching shuts down Blue Jays win streak

May 22, 2024

BRADENTON, FL – The Blue Jays win streak was snapped at six, as the team was shutout through eight innings in a 7-1 loss at the hands of Bradenton on Wednesday night at LECOM Park. Dunedin’s offense, which entered the game hitting .295 across their six game win streak, was

Watts-Brown strikes out nine; Jays shut out Jupiter

May 15, 2024

DUNEDIN, FL – Blue Jays No. 18 prospect Juaron Watts-Brown struck out a season-high nine batters in just four innings, setting the tone for a 5-0 Dunedin shutout win over Jupiter on Wednesday night at TD Ballpark. The victory is the Blue Jays’ first this season over the Hammerheads after

Mussels hand Jays second straight walk-off loss

May 8, 2024

Fort Myers, FL – The Blue Jays suffered a second-consecutive walk-off loss, as Fort Myers used a Byron Chourio sacrifice fly to defeat Dunedin 5-4 in 11 innings on Tuesday night at Hammond Stadium. After two scoreless innings from Juaron Watts-Brown to open the game, Fort Myers opened the scoring

Tampa sneaks past Blue Jays after late-inning drama

May 1, 2024

Dunedin, FL – The Blue Jays used a chaotic rally to tie the game in the eighth inning but fell to Tampa 5-4 on Wednesday night at TD Ballpark. The Tarpons snagged an early lead in the top of the third, as Enmanuel Tejeda belted a 3-run homer to left

Dunedin shut out for fifth straight loss

April 25, 2024

Jupiter, FL – Dunedin’s struggles at the plate continued Wednesday night, as the Hammerheads downed the Jays 3-0 at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium – Dunedin’s fifth straight loss. Jupiter struck first in the second inning with an unearned run off Jays’ starter Juaron Watts-Brown, as Yeral Martinez reached on an

Threshers quiet Jays’ bats, take game two

April 17, 2024

Dunedin, FL – After scoring double-digit runs in back-to-back games, Dunedin’s bats went silent on Wednesday afternoon at TD Ballpark, as the Blue Jays fell 10-1 to Clearwater. The game opened as a pitchers’ duel, as Dunedin starter Juaron Watts-Brown started the game with four-innings of one-run ball, with the

Blue Jays Bats blast Tampa for fourth straight win

April 10, 2024

TAMPA, FL – The Blue Jays used a 9-run, 11-hit outburst to blow by Tampa 9-2 on Wednesday night at Steinbrenner Field, marking the fourth consecutive win for Dunedin. For the second straight game to open the series, the D-Jays struck first, as Yhoangel Aponte belted an opposite-field, solo homer

Dunedin Blue Jays Announce 2024 Opening Day Roster

April 4, 2024

The Dunedin Blue Jays, the Single-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, have announced their 2024 Opening Day roster, highlighted by eight of the Major League club’s top 30 prospects according to MLB Pipeline. The roster includes the Blue Jays’ last two first-round draft picks: left-handed pitcher Brandon Barriera, who