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Farmers Only: All Last Night's Parties

And what costumes shall a prospect wear?

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Louisville edged out the IronPigs in a barn burner, winning 10-9.  Tim Crabbe got the start for the Bats, and couldn't make it out of the 3rd inning.  He gave up 4 runs (2 earned) in 2.2 innings on 3 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 2.  Nick Christiani followed Crabbe, and gave up 3 in 2.1 innings.  He was followed by Carlos MarmLOL, who I kind of forgot the Reds had signed.  He gave up a pair of runs in 2 innings.  Fortunately, the offense.  Chris "After the Rain" Nelson drove in 5 runs on 3 well placed singles, and Thomas "The Train" Neal went 2-4 with 2 doubles and 2 ribeyes.  Up Next: Josh Smith (6-1, 3.31 ERA) faces off against Lehigh Valley in the series finale tonight at 7:05 ET.

Pensacola smothered the Biscuits, beating Montgomery 13-2.  Juan Duran was hungry like the wolf, going 4-4 with a pair of wangers and 3 RsBI.  The other Juan, Silverio, had a nice night as well, going 2-4 with a double and a dinger.  Moose Mattair went 1-5 with 4 strikeouts and a 2-run long one.  Daniel Corcino, who has been on a bit of a hot streak as of late, tossed 6 innings of 5-hit ball, giving up a run, while walking 1 and striking out 5 batters.  Carlos "Quite" Contreras made his first appearance back from an injury that kept him on the shelf during the month of May.  He threw a scoreless inning of relief, striking out 2.  Up Next:  Bobby Steve (2-5, 3.39 ERA) goes a-plunderin' at 8:05 ET.

Bakersfield beat up on the Stockton Ports, and won 9-5.  Seth Mejias-Brean went 3-4 with a double and a 3-run casserole.  Kyle Waldrop smacked a pair of doubles on a 2-4 night and Jesse Winker went 2-4 with no doubles.  Drew Cisco struck out 6 with no walks in 5 innings, but gave up 5 runs on 7 hits.  Up Next:  Mike Dennhardt (3-3, 5.27 ERA) takes the hill as the Blaze roll in to Rancho Cucamonga at 10:05 ET.

Dayton split a partial double header in Bowling Green, losing 4-3 in the reconvened game and then winning a 7 inning affair 7-4.  Ismael Guillon started the game on Wednesday, and threw a scoreless inning before the game was postponed.  Dan Langfield threw 3 innings last night, giving up an unearned run, while striking out 3 batters.  JamRod McGruder went 2-5, and Jon Matthews went 3-4 with 2 runs batted in.   In the nightcap, Amir Garrett struck out  7 in 5.2 innings pitched, but gave up 4 runs on 6 hits and a walk.  The Hot Rods helped out the Dragons, by committing 3 errors, leading to 3 unearned runs.  Brandon Dailey went 2-2 with a home run and a walk, and Phil Ervin went 1-4 with an RBI.  Up Next:  Nick Travieso (6-2, 3.17 ERA) looks to stall out the Hot Rods at 8:05 ET.