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Farmers Only: Now in Primetime!

For a limited time only!

Get well soon!
Get well soon!
  • Louisville inched closer to .500, beating Lehigh Valley 6-4. Nevin Ashley honked a pinch-hit 2-run wanger, Ray Chang honked a pinch-hit Changer, and Denis Phipps whipped 2 doubles to lead the offense. Jose Arredondo walked 4 guys in 1.2 innings, but escaped unscathed in relief of Armando Galarraga, who gave up all 4 runs, half of which were earned. Ryan Hanigan was on base twice in 3 tries on a rehab assignment, which is nice to see. Up next: Greg Reynolds is currently awaiting the end of a rain delay to start against the Iron Pigs.
  • Pensacola weathered a Christian Yelich storm (5-6, 2 3B, HR) to beat Jacksonville, 5-4 in 13 innings. The Wahoos blew two saves before finally nailing down the win, one from Drew "Purple" Hayes, and one from eventual winner Wilkin De La Rosa. Chad Rogers matched a career high with 8 strikeouts in 5 innings, giving up just one run on 3 hits and a walk. Tucker Barnhart knocked in two with a pair of hits, and Brodie Greene singled in Mike Gilmartin for the winning run. Up next: The game was already played...but we'll have that recap for you tomorrow. Maybe this primetime Farmers Only thing isn't the best idea in the world.
  • Bakersfield had their Blaze doused by San Jose, losing 10-3. The Giants uncorked on Jon Moscot for 7 runs (6 earned) in 3 innings. The Blaze actually took a 3 run lead into the third, but that's when things went sour for Moscot, who gave up 3 runs in the third, and failed to record an out in the 4th. Jimmy "Get an Out" Moran didn't fare much better, allowing all of Moscot's inherited runners to score, plus 3 more. There's a lot of Juans on this team–four to be exact–and two of them had a pair of hits (Juan Silverio and Juan Duran, who also walked), but the offense wasn't on today. Hey, at least RR favorite El'Hajj Muhammad pitched 2 perfect innings, striking out two in the process. Stay tuned for more on Hajjy soon. Up next: James "Fat Vegas" Allen (1-3, 5.81) at home against San Jose at 10:30.
  • Dayton was off. They're just getting started against the Lugnuts right now.