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Farmers Only: J.C. Sulbaran roughed up in Dayton

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  • Louisville beat Lehigh Valley 12-8, despite Ben Jukich's getting roughed up.  The Soulsucker gave up 7 runs (5 earned) in 4 2/3 innings, but the offense picked him up and the bullpen was excellent, with Enerio Del Rosario pitching two shutout innings to close the game out.  Luis Bolivar was 2-for-5 with 4 RBI in the game, Darnell McDonald drove in 3, and Kevin Barker and Daniel Dorn drove in two runs each with their two hits.  Corky Miller had three hits on the night as well, but the best hitter of the game was Lehigh Valley's Jason Ellison, the former Reds bucket of suck.  Up next: The Bats take on Toledo at 7:05 behind Matt Klinker.
  • Carolina lost to Birmingham 5-3, despite a decent outing by Tom Cochran.  He pitched 6 2/3 innings and gave up 4 runs (only 2 earned) and struck out 6.  Logan Parker homered, and Todd Frazier and Juan Francisco were both 2-for-4.  Up next: The Mudcats take on Birmingham at 7:15.  Tom Cochran is the listed starter, though he won't start since he got the start last night. 
  • Sarasota lost to Jupiter 5-3Lance Janke was the tough luck loser, despite a good outing of 4 2/3 innings of 1-earned run ball.  Neftali Soto was 2-for-4.  Up next: Curt Partch takes on Fort Myers at 7:05.
  • J.C. Sulbaran started for Dayton and didn't last long as the Dragons lost to West Michigan 14-2.  It all came unraveled for J.C. in the first, as three errors in the inning (two by Carlos Mendez at 3B) led to 7 unearned runs, and 9 runs total in the 2 outs that Sulbaran was able to get.  Shea Snowden gave up 2 runs in his 5 1/3 innings of relief work.  Surprisingly, every Dragons position player got a hit, with Alexis Oliveras collecting two.  Up next: Chase Ware makes his first start of the season against West Michigan at 7.
  • Billings beat Idaho Falls 6-4Cristobal Rodriguez went 3-for-4, Yorman Rodriguez was 1-for-2, and Mark Fleury was 2-for-4 with a triple.  Luca Panerati gave up 6 runs in his 4 innings of work, and James Walczak only gave up 2 hits in 4 innings of relief.  Up next: Tim Crabbe takes on Casper at 9:05.
  • The GCL Reds beat the GCL Red Sox 4-3Tucker Barnhart got his first professional hit, and Juan Silva and Derrick Lowery each had two.  Harold Johnson finally got a little roughed up, giving up 3 runs in 5 innings, and Michael Henry and Raul Rodriguez both pitched two scoreless innings of work.  Up next: The GCL Twins at noon.