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- Louisville lost 6-1 to Indianapolis. Todd Redmond got the start and gave up 2 runs (1 ER) in 6 innings, with no walks and 6 strikeouts. Interestingly, this might be the first game pitched by 3 guys who were all big leaguers at some point, as Redmond gave way to Bill Bray, who gave up 3 runs (2 ER) in an inning of work. Logan Ondrusek came in for the 8th and gave up a run too. Willie Harris and Chris Valaika had 2 hits each. Up next: Pedro Villarreal takes on Indy at 7:15.
- Pensacola won 6-0. Daniel Corcino was brilliant, going 5 innings of shutout, 2-hit ball. Josh Ravin and Chris Manno followed with scoreless outings of their own. Offensively, Josh Fellhauer was 3-for-4 and oddly, Billy Hamilton was caught stealing twice, just his 14th and 15th CS of the season. Up next: Mississippi at 8, starter is TBA.
- Bakersfield won 10-4 behind a balanced offensive barrage. 8 of the 9 starters had a hit, with 5 notching two, including homers by Dominic D'Anna and Devin Lohman. Theo Bowe stole two bases, putting him at 50 for the year. Only about 100 more to go to catch Billy. Up next: Modesto at 10:15.
- Dayton lost 2-1 in 13 innings. James Allen pitched well, giving up only 4 hits in 6 shutout innings, and Carlos Gonzalez took the 1-0 lead into the 9th, where Ryan Kemp blew the save. Sean Buckley and Yorman Rodriguez had 2 hits each. Up next: Ismael Guillon takes on Bowling Green at 8:05.
- Billings staged a late inning comeback to beat Idaho Falls 5-4. Robert Ramirez homered and Beau Amaral drove in 2 runs. Dan Langfield pitched 3 shutout innings, and a notable performance by Matt Wiley, who pitched 2 1/3 shutout innings in relief got him the win. Up next: Drew Cisco takes on Odgen at 9.
- AZL Reds beat the AZL Dads 7-2. Daniel Paula was 3-for-4 and Tanner Rahier had 2 hits as well. Michael Salter gave up 1 hit in his 3 innings of work. Up next: AZL Dodgers at 10.