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Farmers Only: No-hitter in the Dayton game! (note: not for Dayton)

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Is this the low point of the season for the minor league teams?

  • Louisville struck early as they beat Indianapolis 10-2Juan Francisco hit his second homer in as many nights and had a double, and Darnell McDonald and Daniel Dorn each had three hits, with the former hitting a homer run as well.  Matt Maloney pitched another fine outing, going 6 innings of 1-run ball and struck out 7 while walking nobody.  Up next: The Soulsucker takes on Indy at 7:05.
  • Carolina lost against Jacksonville 6-3 as Zach Ward continued to pitch terribly.  Ward gave up 2 runs in his 2/3 inning of work, and earned his 4th loss of the season and brought his ERA up to 24.55.  Zachary Cozart and Sean Henry had two hits each.  Up next: Jerry Gil gets his first start of the year against Jacksonville at 7:05.
  • Sarasota lost to Jupiter 8-2 as Lance Janke got roughed up a little bit.  Janke gave up 6 runs (5 earned) in only 3 1/3 innings.  Alex Buchholz and Denis Phipps had two hits and a RBI each.  Up next: Curtis Partch takes on Jupiter at 7.
  • Dayton finished up their game from last night, which ended up being a 7-4 loss, and lost again 6-0 in the nightcap.  In the first game, Mark Serrano started last night, pitching 3 innings of 1-run ball.  Byron Wiley was 2-for-4 with 2 RBI.  In the second game of the night, the Dragons were no-hit by Fort Wayne's Simon Castro in the 7-inning game.  They struck out 9 times, with 3 by Byron WileyJ.C. Sulbaran gave up 5 runs in 5 innings.  Up next: The Dragons are off today, thankfully.
  • Billings lost to Idaho Falls 6-4.  Mark Fleury had two hits, including a homer, and Mariekson Gregorius hit his first bomb of the year as well.  Adian Kummet pitched 2 1-hit innings in relief.  Up next: The Mustangs take on Idaho Falls at 9:05 behind Oscar Castro.
  • Despite mounting a small comeback in the 9th, it fell short as the GCL Reds lost to the GCL Red Sox 3-2Misael DeJesus pitched 2 shutout innings, but Luis Machuca gave up 3 runs in his second outing of the year.  Michael Henry pitched two innings of shutout ball and Mitchell Clarke pitched a perfect 9th.  Henry Rodriguez was 3-for-4 and Juan Silva had two hits as well.  Up next: They take on the GCL Twins at noon.