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Farmers Only: Todd Frazier shows why he deserves a trip up I-71

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  • Louisville beat Columbus 7-4 behind a good start by Jeff Francis. Jeffy Franchise went 6 innings, giving up 2 runs with 9 (!) strikeouts. Todd Frazier went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI, and Dioner Navarro had 3 hits, while J.J. Hoover picked up his 4th save of the year so far. Sure would be nice to see Frazier get the call while he's on a hot streak... Up next: Sean Gallagher takes on Fu-Te Ni and the MudHens at 6:35.
  • Pensacola lost a tough one to Jacksonville 5-4 in 13 innings. Curtis Partch (Adams) gave up 3 runs in 5 2/3 with 6 strikeouts, and was bailed out in the 6th by Chris Manno. Clayton Tanner, Drew Hayes, Donnie Joseph, and Luis Atilano combined for 5 1/3 scoreless relief innings before Atilano gave up the winning run in the top of the 13th. The 2-4 hitters of the Wahoo lineup, Ryan LaMarre, Henry Rodriguez, and Mike Costanzo all had two hits each, with Hank-Rod driving in 2 runs. Up next: Daniel Corcino will take on Zach Neal and the Suns at 8 ET at Wahoos Park.
  • Bakersfield won 4-2 against Visalia behind a solid outing by Daniel Renken. Renk went 7 full innings, struck out 8, and gave up just the two runs. Juan Duran went 2-for-4 in his season debut (batting 3rd!), Billy Hamilton had two hits and his 10th SB of the year, and Donald Lutz hit his 2nd homer. Good times all around. Up next: John Holdzkom takes on David Holmberg and the Rawhide, first pitch at 10 PM ET.
  • Dayton tacked on some runs late to beat Fort Wayne 9-3. Kyle Waldrop led the way, going 2-for-3 with 3 RBI, and Ryan Wright and Steve Selsky had multiple hits as well. Justice French gave up 2 runs in 6 innings. Up next: Radhames Quezada takes on Adys Portillo and the TinCaps at 7:05.