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Farmers Only: A Winning Day Down on the Farm

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Louisville turned 6 hits and 10 walks into 5 runs, and beat the Mud Hens 5-2. Sean Marshall tossed 20 pitches in a scoreless first inning, fanning 2, waking 1 and allowing a hit. He'll get another appearance tonight, before being evaluated by the Reds medical staff. If all goes well, he could be reactivated as soon as this weekend. That's really the only noteworthy thing that happened in this game. Louisville needs some callups soon, because this team is booooooring. Up Next: Tim "Dungeness" Crabbe (0-1, 1.59 ERA) gets the start.

Pensacola beat the Biscuits on Tuesday night, winning 7-4. Daniel "Lil' Volquez" Corcino got the start, and wasn't terrible. He threw 6 innings of 1-run ball with 2 hits and 2 Ks, but gave up 4 free passes. Herr Lutz kept up his torrid start, going 2-4 with a double and a walk. Up Next: Bob Steve (1-0, 3.86 ERA) looks to bounce back after a shaky start at 7:30 PM ET.

Bakersfield smacked Stockton around, winning 10-4. The Three-Brean Casserole was piping hot last night, going 3-5 with a triple and a ding dong. Jesse Winker drove in a pair of runs, smacking two doubles on a 2-5 night. And the apple of Mibby's eye had a nice night at the dish as well, going 3-5 with a wang chung and a double. Up Next: Ben Lively (2-0, 0.82 ERA) takes the hill in Stockton at 10:05 PM ET.

Dayton shut out the Clinton Lumber Kings, winning by a score of 2-0. Sal Romano was firing on all cylinders, and cruised through 6 scoreless innings - striking out 4, walking 1 and allowing 7 hits. Beau Amaral provided all the offense that the Dragons needed, going 3-4 with a double and 2 RBI. Phil Ervin, who apparently underwent unreported offseason surgery, went 0-2 with a strikeout. He's OPS'ing a not so jam .529 on the year so far. Up Next: Ismael Guillon (1-0, 1.64 ERA) squares off against Clinton at 7 PM ET.