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Farmers Only: With the Reds off, the minor leaguers carry on the losing

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  • Louisville beat Rochester 5-2 behind a solid start by Matt Maloney.  Matty went 6 2/3 innings, giving up 2 runs and striking out 9.  Logan Ondrusek pitched a perfect 1 1/3 for his 3rd save.  Most of the runs were scored by Kevin Barker's grand slam, his 21st HR of the year.  Up next: The Soulsucker takes on Rochester at 7:05.
  • Carolina lost to West Tenn 7-4 behind a bad start by Luis Montano.  He gave up all 7 runs in his 5 2/3 innings of work.  Juan Francisco and Sean Henry both had big nights, each with 3 hits, and Shaun Cumberland homered and drove in 2.  Up next: Zach Ward takes on West Tenn at 8:05.
  • Sarasota got down early and lost to St. Lucie 8-3Denis Phipps and Justin Reed homered for the S-Reds, and Dave Sappelt was 2-for-5 with a stolen base.  Travis Webb struck out 8 hitters in his 4-inning start, but gave up 4 runs in the process.  Up next: Sarasota takes on St. Lucie at 7.
  • Dayton got destroyed by Great Lakes 10-1Oscar Castro and Chase Ware were responsible for the damage, and Byron Wiley, Carlos Mendez, and Humberto Sosa each had two hits.  Up next: Mark Serrano takes the hill against Lansing at 7:05.
  • Billings scored in the 9th to beat Helena 4-3.  Ricky Bowen only pitched one inning before a rain delay, and James Walczak and Daniel Corcino pitched two scoreless innings each in relief.  Yorman Rodriguez had a double and Tyler Stovall drove in a run.  Up next: Luca Panerati takes on Helena at 9:05.
  • The GCL Reds killed the GCL Rays 12-0.  The pitching was great, with Harold Johnson pitching 2 scoreless innings in his start, Tyler Cline going 6 innings while striking out 8, and Matteo Pizziconi finishing it off.  Jefry Sierra was the star on offense, going 3-for-4 with 5 RBI, and 5 other G-Reds had two hits on the night.  Up next: The G-Reds take on the GCL O's at noon.