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Farmers Only: Weezt Coast Edition

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This is going to be brief because I'm on vacation on the Weezt Coast.

Skyrockets in flight
Skyrockets in flight
Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sport

Louisville beat Toledo 5-2.  Mike Hessman went 2-4, slugging a double and a dinger, while Billy Quix went 2-4 with 2 singles and a stolen base.  Lil' Volquez flirted with danger, lasting only 3.2 innings, walking 5 and giving up 4 hits, with 3 strikeouts, but kept the Mudhens to only 1 run.  Up Next:  Yohan Pino (4-7, 3.25 ERA) takes on Toledo at 7:05.

Pensacola fell 2-1 to the Huntsville Stars.  Bob Steve was a little wild early on, but settled down to finish with a 5-hit performance in 5 innings, striking out 8 while walking 3, giving up 1 unearned run.  Mike Costanzo drove in the only Wahoos run, going 1-3 with a walk, and Hedy LaMarre stretched out a triple on 1-4 night.  Up Next:  Carlos Contreras (2-2, 2.81 ERA) faces off against the Birmingham Barons at 8.

Bakersfield found themselves on the smiling side of a 2-1 scoreboard.  Jake Johnson tossed 4.2 innings of 1-run ball, with 3 K and 3 BB.  Juan Silva went 2-3 with a double and an RBI.  Up Next:  Fabulous Fabian Williamson (1-1, 5.14 ERA) squares off against San Jose at 10:15.

Dayton rode a 5-run 4th inning to a 5-3 victory over Lake County.  Beau Amaral made the most of his one hit on a 1-4 night, honking a salami on rye in the 4th inning. Drew Cisco looked sharp giving up 2 runs, walking none with 6 K in as many innings.  Up Next:  Sal "Show Me the CarFax" Romano (7-9, 4.66 ERA) takes the hill in Lake County at 7.

Billings got slaughtered by the Chukars, losing 10-3.  "Who Shot" J.R. Reynolds had the only multi-hit night, going 2-4 with a double, and Ronald "Here Is" Bueno went 1-5 with a triple.  Zack Weiss got tagged for 4 runs in 3 innings, and Jose Guzman gave up 5 before making it out of the 4th.  Up Next:  Junior Morillo (1-2, 3.00 ERA) takes the hill against Idaho Falls at 9.

The AZL Reds lost 3-2 to the Baby Snakes in 12 innings.  The Reds took a 2-1 lead in the top of the 12th, but Wagner Gomez gave up a walk off wanger.  Dalton Carter provided the only real offensive performance of note, going 2-5 with a double and a honker.  Up Next: More Reds Snakes action at 10.