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Farmers Only: Dirt Farming

The poor old dirt farmer, he only grows stones.

Please pitch better next time, Amir Garrett.
Please pitch better next time, Amir Garrett.
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Louisville lost to the Indianapolis Injuns 6-2. The Indians beat Wang hard and often, as Chien-Ming gave up 6 runs (5 earned) on 11 hits and 2 walks in 4.2 innings. Outside of a two-run honk job in the first inning from Ruben Gotay, the Bats' bats were kept quiet last night, as Louisville only managed 5 hits on the evening. Chad Rogers made his 6th relief appearance of the year, and it was his first scoreless outing, throwing one inning with 2 K and no hits. Up Next: David Holmberg (0-2, 13.50 ERA) takes on Brandon Cumpton tonight at 6:35 PM ET.

Pensacola fell to the Biscuits in a close one, losing 3-2. Jon Moscot struck out 6 in 6.1 innings, but gave up 3 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks. Bryson Smith ginger'd out two doubles on a 2-4 night, while Steve Selsky went 2-3 and drove in both Wahoo runs on a single in the 4th. Up Next: Michael Lorenzen (2-0, 1.32 ERA) looks to keep doing the damn thing at 7:30 PM ET.

Bakersfield got beat up by the Giants, falling 9-2. Wandy Peralta gave up 4 runs in 5 innings on 8 hits, with 3 K and a walk. He was followed by Ben Klimesh, who gave up four unearned runs in 1.2 innings, which was enough to snuff out the Blaze. Kyle Waldrop had the only multi-hit game and XBH for Bakersfield, going 2-5 with a double. Up Next: Jimmy Jam Jam Allen (2-0, 5.17 ERA) squares off against San Jose at 10:15 PM ET.

Dayton got destroyed by the Kane County Cougars, to the tune of a 13-1 walloping. Amir Garrett gave up 5 runs on 8 hits, and got yanked after one inning pitched. That's no bueno. Joel Bender came on in relief, and got his shiny metal ass kicked, giving up 5 more runs in 3 innings. The Dragons were held to 2 hits on the day, one of them a triple from Sebastian Elizalde. Up Next: Nick Naughty (1-0, 2.45 ERA) takes the bump against the Cougars at 7 PM ET.