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Farmers only: Dayton had a bad day

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Triple-A: Newly acquired infielder Danny Richar (pronounced REE-char) went 0 for 5, but Paul Janish delivered the go-ahead double as the Bats beat Charlotte -- Richar's old team -- 7-5. Kevin Barker homered, Alvin Colina was 3 for 3 and Josh Roenicke struck out 2 in 1.2 perfect innings.

Double-A: The Lookouts' scoring troubles continued as they lost 2-0. Danny Dorn and Chris Valaika were both 0 for 4, and both have cooled off considerably of late.

High A: Logan Parker was 2 for 4 in Sarasota's 6-4 loss to Rick Porcello and Lakeland. Todd Frazier was 1 for 4 with an RBI.

Low A: Brandon Waring was 2 for 4, but Dayton fell just short, losing 18-0. Most of that damage went to Daniel Guerrero (9 runs) and Derrick Conatser (8 runs in 2/3 of an inning). More importantly, the suspensions from the big brawl were handed down. Henry Arias, Jeremy Horst, Jeff Jeffords, Luis Montano, Devin Mesoraco, Kevyn Feiner, Denis Phipps, Justin Reed and manager Donnie Scott were all suspended 3 games.

Rookies: Kyle Day and David Sappelt had 2 hits each in Billings' 6-2 win. Day, a 22-year-old catcher, has been clear-hot in his 18 games since being drafted in the 12th round out of Michigan State. He's too advanced for the Pioneer League. ... Juan Duran was 0 for 4 in his return, a 5-3 win for the D-Reds.