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Farmers Only: Late inning rallies down Yonder breaks the losing streak

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Only two games last night, as Carolina had the day off and Louisville was rained out.  Sam LeCure will probably take his start tonight against Columbus, at 6:35, and from the FanPost to the left, there will probably be a Red Reporter contingent in attendance.  The Mudcats are at home against Huntsville at 7:05.

    Neftali Soto
  • Sarasota scored 3 runs in the 9th to cap off a hard fought 6-5 walk-off win.  The S-Reds overcame a big day by Marlins prospect Mike Stanton (no relation), and Neftali Soto had a big day of his own, going 4-for-4 with a home run.  The top 3 hitters in the Sarasota lineup had 2 hits each, with Justin Reed going 2-for-4, Jacob Kahaulelio going 2-for-3 with a double, and Yonder Alonso going 2-for-4 with a double, and a double with the bases loaded in the 9th to score two runs, including the game-winner.  Matt Klinker posted a quality start for the S-Reds, giving up 3 runs in his 6 innings of work, striking out 5.  Carson Kainer also added a 2-R shot for the S-Reds, as they break a 6 game losing streak.  Up next: Sarasota has the day off tonight, as they start their new series on Tuesday in Charlotte (Rays).
  • Yonder Alonso
  • Dayton drops their 8th in a row, as the TinCaps complete the sweep, 14-2Leonardo Astorga got lit up, giving up 9 runs in 3 innings, and brought his ERA up to an even 21.00.  It was pretty much over after that.  Tony Brown had a 2-run homer in the 8th, and Byron Wiley had 3 hits for the Dragons.  Up next: Dragons have the day off too.  They'll try to break their streak on Tuesday at home against Great Lakes, starting at 7.