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  • Louisville lost to the Norfolk Tides 6-5 in 12 innings. Andrew Brackman got the start and was absolutely terrible. He was unable to record an out in the 2nd inning, and managed 5 walks and 3 wild pitches before getting the hook. Scott Carrol replaced Brackman with no outs and the bases loaded, Carrol proceeded to do his best Brackman impression, walking the next two batters. It has been a rough start to the year for the lanky Moeller grad, and he is now the proud owner of a 9.87 ERA. The Bats were able to mount a comeback, tying the game with 2 runs in the 9th. But all was for not, as Travis Webb let Bill Hall (yes, that Bill Hall) score on a walk-off wild pitch. Corky Miller had a nice game, going 3-4 with a sacrifice bunt. Paul Janish has a broken bone in his hand and will miss at least a week or two. Up Next: The Bats head to Durham to face the Bulls for a 4-game tilt. Pitchers are yet to be determined, but I believe it is Brett Tomko's (0-3, 3.48 ERA) turn in the rotation.
  • Pensacola had the day off. Up Next: Pedro Villarreal (1-1, 3.38 ERA) looks to bounce back from a shaky start in his last outing against the Jackson Generals at 7pm.
  • Bakersfield also had an off day on Monday. Up Next: The Blaze look to start another win streak tonight, as they take on the Lancaster JetHawks for Taco Tuesday at 10:15pm.
  • Dayton got walloped by the Beloit Snappers 7-0. Stalin Gerson got tagged with the loss even though he had a decent start , giving up 3 ER over 5 innings. Juan Perez was the only Dragon with a multi-hit game. Brandon Dailey and Danny Vicioso both hit doubles. Up Next: Dayton is off today. They take on the Lake County Captains on Wednesday with the Hammer of Justice (3-1, 2.60 ERA) taking the bump.