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Farmers Only: Matty's Baloney and J.C. Sulbaran defines "effectively wild"

  • Matt Maloney got lit up as Louisville lost to Columbus 10-7.  Matty gave up 9 runs (7 earned) on the evening and didn't get out of the 4th inning.  Wladimir Balentien and Luis Terrero homered to provide a spark to the Bats offense, but they weren't able to come back from that early deficit.  Up next: The Bats take a cue from the big club and have the day off today too.
  • Carolina blanked Jacksonville 4-0 behind a great start by Scott Carroll.  Carroll gave up 6 hits and no runs in 6 1/3 innings.  The former 3rd round pick is 1-1 so far this year in Carolina with a 1.08 ERA in 3 starts.  Philippe-Alexandre Valiquette and Jordan Smith combined for 2 2/3 of hitless relief to preserve the win.  Dave Sappelt collected 2 hits on the night, and Jake Kahaulelio drove in 3 of the 4 runs.  Up next: Tom Cochran takes the mound against Jacksonville at 7:05.
  • Lynchburg won 4-3 against Salem.  Jordan Hotchkiss gave up 1 run in 4 innings in his start, and Jeff Jeffords and Justin Freeman had a solid effort out of the bullpen to preserve the slim lead.  Kevin Coddington led the Hillcats going 3-for-4, and Efrain Contreras and Jose Gualdron had two hits each.  Up next: The Hillcats head to Frederick with Curt Partch taking the hill at 7.
  • Dayton lost to Kane County 6-3 despite a very good start by J.C. Sulbaran.  Sulbaran gave up no runs on 2 hits in 5 innings, but walked 5 hitters.  Andrew Means had 3 hits to lead the offense, and Josh Garton doubled twice to raise his average to .299.  Up next: Josh Ravin gets the Cougars at 7.