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Farmers Only: The Times They Might Be A-Changin'

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  • Louisville lost 10-9 in 11 innings. Felix Perez sent a message with the trade deadline looming, going 2-4 with 2 doubles, two walks and a stolen base. There's a left handed bench bat that you don't need to trade for, Walt. Henry Rodriguez also had a nice night going 2-4 with a Hank'd Rod and a walk. Mediocre Louisville pitching was mediocre. Brett Tomko gave up 5 runs in 6 IP, and then David Bell went all TLR and used 7 pitchers to cover the next 6 innings. Up Next: Todd Redmond takes the hill against the Mud Hens at noon ET today.
  • Pensacola got swept in a double header, falling 6-3 and 3-2. Billy Hamilton made off with his 12th AA bag in game one, but was kept off the basepaths in the night cap, going 0-4 with 3 Ks. Tony Cingrani got the start in game two, and went 4.1 innings allowing 3 runs (1 earned) on 3 hits, striking out 3 and walking 2. Up Next: Kyle Lotzkar tangles with the Tennessee Smokies at 7:15 ET.
  • Bakersfield had the day off. Mr. Boring Name toes the rubber against the San Jose Giants at 10 pm ET.
  • Dayton got the snot beat out of them 11-2. Our Man had the only XBH for the Dragons and El'Hajj Muhammad fanned 3 in his 1 IP. That's about it. Up Next: The Dragons host Lansing at 7 pm ET, with James Allen getting the start.
  • Billings bucked the trend and actually won, beating the Great Falls Voyagers 9-4. I think Jesse Winker is ready to follow Bob Steve to Dayton, as it doesn't look like the Pioneer League is much of a test for him. After a 2-4 night he is batting a cool .345/.486/.460 in 33 professional games. Up Next: Jon Moscot faces off against the Voyagers at 9:05 pm ET.
  • It does not appear that the box score for the AZL Reds game against the Brewers has been posted as of yet. They play the Indians tonight at 9pm ET.