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Farmers Only: There Used to be a Street Named After Corky Miller, But it Was Changed, Because Nobody Crosses Corky Miller and Lives to Tell About It.

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Louisville lost 8-7 in 10 innings. The Bats trailed 7-1 heading into the bottom of the 7th, before they started a late game rally, capped by back to back Fuckblasts from Corky Miller and Mike Hessman to tie it in the 9th. Felix Perez drove in 2, going 2-4 with a double and a walk. Chad Reineke was okay, throwing 5 innings of 2-run ball, giving up 7 hits, striking out 3 and walking 2. Unfortunately, the Mike McDougal, who hemorrhaged 5 runs in the 6th inning, walking 5 and striking out 1. Up Next: Daniel Corcino (2-8, 7.50 ERA) tangles with the Tides at 7:05 PM ET.

Pensacola, who resumed their game from last night with a 2-1 lead in the 7th inning, promptly gave up 3 runs in the bottom half of the 7th. Wilkin of the Rose gave up 2 runs on 3 consecutive hits, only getting an out because a ball striking an unfortunate base runner. Brian Pearl came in and gave up an RBI triple to the first batter he faced to allow the go-ahead run to score, and that was all she wrote. In the regularly scheduled game, it was soggy biscuits again, and the game was banged due to rain. Up Next: Doubleheader! According to the Wahoos website, Josh Smith (4-5, 3.79 ERA) is scheduled to start both games. Good luck, Josh.

Bakersfield got whipped, losing 15-9 to the High Desert Mavericks. Bad pitching all around, as starter Mike Dennhardt lasted only an inning, giving up 6 runs on 6 hits and a walk. Kyle McMyne and Carlos "Too Soon" Gonzalez couldn't stop the bleeding, allowing 6 more runs in the following 4 innings. Juan Silva (not to be confused with Juan Silverio) went 2-5 with 3 RBI and a wanger, while Juan Siverio (not to be confused with Juan Silva), hit a double and scored 2 runs, on a 3-4 nights. Up Next: The Blaze host the Lake Elsinore Storm at 10:45 PM ET. No starters announced yet.

Dayton beat the Bowling Green Hot Rods 5-3, thanks in large part to the efforts of Junior Arias, who knocked in 2 runs on a dinger and a double. Beau "TOOTBLAN" Amaral went 2-3 with a double and a triple, but got caught stealing and was picked off twice. Ismael Guillon took a baby step toward progress, throwing 5 innings of 2-run ball, but walked 5 and only struck out 3. Up Next: Salvatore Romano (4-5, 4.47 ERA) is back off the DL, taking on Bowling Green at 8:05 PM ET.