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Maybe Corcino isn't broken after all.

-MBP

Louisville made the Iron Pigs squeal, winning 6-2. Daniel Corcino bounced back after back to back nightmare starts, throwing 6 innings of one run ball with 5 Ks and a walk. He did give up 6 hits, which led to his early exit, but at this point, we'll take it. Cool Papa Billy went 1-4 with a double and his 15th stolen base. Don't look now, but Neftali Soto has quietly been off to a great start to the 2013 season, slashing a cool .313/.353/.484 in 17 games. He went 4-4 with a double, a dinger and 2 RBIs. Up Next: The Bats host the Iron Pigs for an 11:05 AM game. Starters are TBD.

Pensacola, now Lutzless, split a double header against the Tennessee Smokies. The Wahoos dropped the first game 3-0, after a nice start from Tim Crabbe who went 5 scoreless innings with 3 Ks, 3 hits and no walks. The game was scoreless in the bottom of the 7th, when Wilkin De La Rosa gave up a 3-run walk off shot. Devin Lohman got the only hit of the game for Pensacola. The Wahoos won the night cap, as they were on the right side of another 3-0 score. Devin Lohman was 2-3 with 2 doubles, and Brodie Greene honked a solo wang chung. Up Next: Off day.

Bakersfield had the day off. They square off against the San Jose Giants with Jacob "Jingleheimer" Johnson taking the bump at 10:00 PM ET.

Dayton held off a late rally, beating the Burlington Bees 6-5. Tanner Rahier and Jesse Winker started a teenage riot, each knocking a two-run shot. Drew Cisco wasn't particularly sharp, but he kept the Dragons in the game, giving up 4 runs in 7 innings with 3 strikeouts. Up Next: Sal's Hot Car Lot takes on the Bees at 7:00 PM ET.

EDIT: The Wahoos won the first game, not the second game. Mea Culpa.