Louisville won a close game against Toledo 3-1 behind another great start by Matt Maloney. Matty gave up 1 run in 5 innings and struck out 7 Mud Hens. He's 3-0 on the season in his 3 starts with a 2.16 ERA so far. Enerio Del Rosario, Carlos Fisher, and Jon Adkins all finished out the game with scoreless outings. Chris Valaika led the offense going 3-for-4 with a RBI, and Chris Heisey continued his quest to get back on track with a 2-for-4 day. Up next: The Bats start a new series in Indy, marking the third stop on the Aroldis Chapman Minor League Midwest Farewell Tour. Chapmania hits Indy for one night only, so make sure to pick up a t-shirt on your way out. Game starts at 7:05.
- Carolina was rained out against Tennessee. They'll play a doubleheader today, starting at 5:45. Tom Cochran will start the first game, and game 2's starter is TBA, but it should be Daryl Thompson.
- Lynchburg dropped both games of their doubleheader, 9-1 and 5-3 on the road in Salem. Curtis Partch gave up 5 R (3 ER) in 4 innings in game 1, with Josh Fellhauer getting the only Hillcats hit. Brad Boxberger only gave up 1 earned run in 4 innings of game 2, but once again, the offense couldn't do much. Kyle Day, Jose Gualdron, and Chris McMurray drove in a run each. Up next: Travis Webb takes his shot at Salem at 7:05.
- Dayton beat West Michigan 5-2 behind a very solid start by J.C. Sulbaran. J.C. went 6 innings of 4 hit, 1 run ball, and struck out 8 Whitecaps. Byron Wiley and Henry Rodriguez hit their 4th and 3rd home runs of the year respectively, and Kevyn Feiner, Andrew Means, and Frank Pfister all had two hits each to contribute to the offense. Up next: Jacob Johnson takes on West Michigan at 7.