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Farmers Only: Well, that's not a bad way to make a debut

  • Louisville won 5-3 in thrilling walk-off fashion.  They were down 3-0 going into the 9th inning, but on the night of his AAA debut, Devin Mesoraco was there to save the day.  With the bases loaded and 1 out in a 3-1 game, Devin hit walk off grand slam to give the Bats the win, capping off a 2-for-4 debut.  Chad Reineke pitched ok in his start, going 7 innings of 2 run ball, and Jerry Gil struck out the side in the 9th to earn his first AAA in his debut as well.  Up next: Sam LeCure takes on Syracuse tonight at 7:05.
  • Carolina got stomped by Mobile 13-5Mike Costanzo was the team's only bright spot, clubbing his 11th homer of the year.  Up next: James Avery takes the mound at 7:15.
  • Lynchburg lost 4-2 to Myrtle Beach.  Josh Ravin pitched well, going 4 1/3 innings and giving up 2 unearned runs with 7 strikeouts.  Shane Carlson was 3-for-4 with a homer for the offense, and that was exactly half of the Hillcats' production.  Up next: Justin Walker takes on MB at 7:05.
  • Dayton won 4-2 at Great Lakes behind a solid pitching performance by Clayton Shunick.  Shunick gave up 2 runs on 4 hits in 6 2/3 innings with 3 strikeouts for the win.  Mark Fleury singled in 2 runs, and Didi Gregorius, Henry Rodriguez, Frank Pfister, and Alex Oliveras all had 2 hits.  Up next: Tim Crabbe takes on Great Lakes at 7:05.
  • Billings got killed by Ogden 14-4.  The pitching performance was not good, but Theo Bowe and Trey Manz each had a 2-run homer for the offense.  Up next: Tanner Robles will try to add another start to his recent resurgence, against Ogden at 9.
  • The AZL Reds squeaked by the AZL Indians 2-1 behind this year's 5th round pick John Mugarian.  He pitched 4 shutout innings with 5 strikeouts in his start, and El'Hajj Muhammad and Nathan Driessen both gave up no earned runs in 3 and 2 innings of work respectively.  Kyle Waldrop and David Vidal both had multi-hit games.  Up next: Off day today.