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Farmers Only: Dayton continues their hot streak

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  • Louisville lost 5-2 to Columbus to see their division lead to drop to only 1/2 game.  Matt Maloney started and pitched 8 innings and gave up 5 runs, although only 3 were earned.  Juan Francisco, Daniel Dorn, and Wladimir Balentien had two hits each on the offensive side.  Up next: They'll finish off the series against the Clippers at 7:05, with the starter to be determined.
  • Carolina had the night off.  They'll take on Mississippi at 8:05, with Scott Carroll taking the hill.
  • Lynchburg lost 7-1 to Winston-Salem.  Not much to talk about in this one, the Hillcats only had 3 hits and one was by new Hillcat Ryan LaMarre.  He's hitting .333 since arriving in Lynchburg.  Up next: The Cats will take on Wilmington at 7:05, with Daniel Guerrero on the mound.
  • Dayton beat South Bend 3-1Mark Fleury was 3-for-4 and a homer away from the cycle, and Cameron Satterwhite drove in 2 runs.  Ricky Bowen was good in his start, pitching 6 innings of one-run ball with 5 strikeouts.  Don't look now, but they've won 5 of their last 6.  They're also 22 1/2 games back in their division (after 58 second half games), and mathematically eliminated from the playoffs.  Up next: Jacob Johnson takes on South Bend at 6:30.
  • Billings beat Ogden 14-5Jonathan Correa gave up 5 runs in 5 innings, but the bullpen was stellar, with Matt Leonard going 3 scoreless and Drew Hayes closing it out with a perfect 9th.  Donald Lutz was the star of the show, going 4-for-4, and Tucker Barnhart added 3 hits of his own.  Up next: Kyle Lotzkar gets Orem at 9:05.
  • The AZL Reds beat the AZL Dodgers 6-4Ronald Torreyes was 3-for-5 with 3 RBI to lead the offense, and Radhames Quezada pitched well, going 6 innings of 2-run ball with 7 strikeouts.  Up next: They take on the AZL Tribe at 10.