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

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.