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Farmers Only: Ain't Nobody Got Nothing to Say About a Forty-Degree Day

Pedro comin', yo!


Louisville won thanks to a walk off fielding error, beating the Gwinnett Braves 3-2. Pedro Villarreal tossed 6 innings of one-run ball with 6 Ks and no walks. He helped his own cause, knocking a single and stealing a base. Jose Diaz threw the final 2 innings, getting 4 of his 6 outs via the strikeout. Felix "The Biggest Cat in the Whole Wide World" Perez went 2-3 with a double and a walk, while Hank Rod had a 3-4 night drivinng in 1 and scoring a run. Poor, poor Paul Janish didn't play. Up Next: Lil' Volquez Cueto (0-3, 6.94 ERA) takes the hill against the G-Braves at 6:35 PM ET.

Pensacola was on the wrong side of a walk off, losing to the Jackson Generals 2-1 in 13 innings. Things started off well for the Wahoos, as Ryan LaMarre led the game off with a solo wooblast. Unfortunately it was all down hill from there. That would prove to be the only run scored, and LaMarre had the only multi-hit game. Tim Crabbe kept his team in it, throwing 7 innings while giving up a run on 6 hits with 3 Ks and no walks. Up Next: Chad Rogers (1-0, 2.04 ERA) faces the Generals at 12:05 PM ET.

Bakersfield got shut out by the High Desert Mavericks 3-0. This was a night to forget for the Blaze, as they managed only 3 hits, one of which went for extra bases. James Allen got the start, giving up 4 runs (2 earned) on 7 hits in 5 innings. Up Next: The Blaze continue their series against High Desert at 10:05 PM ET. Starters TBD.

Dayton beat the Lansing Lugnuts 4-3 thanks to the late inning heroics of Junior Arias. The Dragons managed only 6 hits, and no one had a multi-hit game. Aside from a Zach Vincej triple, there wasn't all that much excitement in this one. Up Next: Drew Cisco (1-0, 1.89 ERA) carries his 22:1 K/BB ratio to the mound against the Lugnuts at 7:05 PM ET.