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Farmers Only: Chaptastrophe?

  • Louisville beat Syracuse 9-2.  The recently cup-of-coffee'd Tom Cochran pitched well, giving up 1 run on 4 hits in 6 innings of work.  Zack Cozart led the offense with a 3-for-5 evening with a triple and 3 RBI, and Daniel Dorn hit a 3-run shot, his 9th of the year.  6 of the Bats starters had multi-hit games, and all of them had at least one hit, as the Bats collected 17 hits overall.  Up next: Brandon Hynick takes the mound as the Bats take on Syracuse at 7.
  • Carolina lost a tough one 7-4 against Chattanooga.  James Avery got the start and gave up 4 runs in 5 innings, but he wasn't the story on this evening.  Aroldis Chapman entered a tie game in the 8th on his rehab assignment, and gave up 3 runs on 3 hits and a walk.  He threw 24 pitches and only 12 of them were strikes.  Uh oh.  Also, Mike Costanzo definitely reads RR, because he was 4-for-4 last night.  Neftali Soto added his 4th homer of the year.  Up next: Tim Gustafson gets the start in an early game, a 11:15 AM start.
  • Bakersfield beat Rancho Cucamonga 3-2.  Lance Janke gave up 2 runs in 5 innings of work, but the credit goes to the bullpen for saving this one.  Tzu-Kai Chiu, Andrew Bowman, and Scott Gaffney combined for 4 no-hit innings of relief to keep the Quakes at bay.  Brodie Greene was 2-for-4 with his 10th SB of the year.  Up next: Blaze are off today.
  • Dayton lost a pitcher's duel in Clinton 1-0.  Daniel Renken pitched well, giving up 1 run 7 innings with 7 strikeouts.  The Dragons offense only mustered up 4 hits on the night.  Meh.  Up next: Josh Smith tries to right the ship at 8:00.