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Farmers Only: Yorman Rodriguez is Our Man in Pensacola

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and, Happy Pioneer League Eve!

The Wahoos stand on the field, watching Yorman Rodriguez's ball fly far, far away
The Wahoos stand on the field, watching Yorman Rodriguez's ball fly far, far away
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  • Louisville lost to Durham, 3-2. Daniel Corcino, somehow still in AAA, walked 5 in 4.1 innings, giving up 3 runs on 4 hits while striking out 3. Sigh. Neftali Soto and Chris Heisey each had a pair of hits, including the only two XBH for the Bats, and Billy Hamilton stole 2 more bases despite a single plate appearance, which is something I hope happens in September and October of this year, with him wearing Red... He's at 45 on the year. Up next: Armando Galarraga (5-4, 3.06) takes on the Bulls at 7:05.
  • Pensacola baked the Biscuits, winning 4-2. The biggest story of this game was Yorman Rodriguez, who went 3-4 and was a homer short of the cycle in his AA debut. At one point, it looked like he hit one out, but it was reviewed and ruled a double. Either way, his first game in Pensacola was the bomb diggity, and I hope he just absolutely tears it up there. Tucker Barnhart and Luis Durango also reached base twice for the 'Hoos. Tim Crabbe turned in another solid outing, tossing 6 innings on 2-hit, 1-run ball, walking a pair and striking out 3 pair-plus-one. Good day for the Wahoos. Up next: Ryan Dennick (3-7, 3.13) thinks topping the Biscuits would be gravy, and he'll try to do just that at 8:05.
  • Bakersfield was still off for the All-Star break. They'll face High Desert at 10:45 to kick off the second half, no starters yet announced.
  • Dayton was also enjoying their last day off of the break. Nick Travieso (1-1, 3.86) will take the hill for the Dragons against Lake County at 7.
  • Billings starts their season today as well. Amir Garrett gets the Opening Day nod for the Mustangs, whose roster features seven 2013 draft picks including first-rounder Philip Ervin, and fourth-rounder Ben Lively. Excited to see what some of these kids can do!