Louisville lost to Columbus, 4-3 in 10 innings. For the second straight night there was very little offense from the Bats, except for one Daniel Dorn. If you'll recall, we here at Farmer's Only put him on the hot seat for 2010. Well, he must be feeling it because he hit his 3rd homerun of the season last night, and is hitting .368 overall after 6 games. Zack Cozart was 2-4, and Wilkin Castillo was 1-2 with 2 walks. Sam LeCure pitched 4.1 innings, giving up 2 runs but 5 walks. Power closer Jon Adkins blew the save in the 9th, and Jesus Delgado lost it in the 10th. Next Up: The Bats start a home series against Indianapolis at 7:05. Travis Wood gets the start.
Carolina was off. Up Next: They play the Montgomery Biscuits (what a great mascot) at 7:15. Matt Klinker will start.
Lynchburg fell to the Salem Red Sox 2-1. No one had more than 1 hit, but Devin Mesoraco hit a double to drive in the Hillcats' only run. Lance Janke wins the Aaron Harang Memorial Award for pitching 6 innings of 2 run ball but taking the loss anyway. Up Next: The 'Cats play the Sox again, this time at 11:05 a.m. (what's with all of these morning games?) Matt Fairel gets the start.
Dayton fell to Bowling Green 3-1. Andrew Means went 2-4 with a double, and Henry Rodriguez continued his good start, going 1-4 with a double of his own. Josh Ravin had a solid start, going 5 innings, giving up no runs, 5 hits, and striking out 3. Up Next: Dayton takes on the Fort Wayne Tin Caps at 7:05. Pedro Villareal starts.