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Farmers Only: All Star Breakin'

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Louisville had the night off, as the International League faced the Pacific Coast League in the AAA All Star Game.  The Bats sent Ruben Gotay (0-2) and Felix Perez (2-2, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI) to the festivities as the International League whooped up on the PCL 7-3.  The big news of the day, however, was the Bats dropping this on us:

Unfortunately, these were only the second best MiLB jerseys that were revealed yesterday:

Pensacola had their game banged due to rain.  Jacksonville Suns, my ass.  They'll play a double header this afternoon.

Bakersfield got hammered by the Lake Elsinore Storm, losing 7-3.  Drew Cisco was smacked around in 7 innings, giving up 7 runs (5 earned) on 10 hits and a walk, while striking out one.  Bryson Smith and Yovan Gonzalez had the only two multi-hit games for the Blaze, each going 2-3 with 2 singles.  Sebastian Elizalde went 1-3 with a walk, and the rest of this game was pretty boring.  Up Next: Wandy Peralta (6-7, 4.52 ERA) faces the Storm at 10:45 ET.

Dayton barely beat Beloit, besting the Snappers 5-4.  Amir Garrett struggled a bit with his command, walking 3 batters in 5 innings, but struck out 5 and gave up only 1 run.  Uncle Phil Ervin went 1-4 with a double and an RBI, while Carlton Daal drove in a pair on a 3-4 night.  Up Next:  Sal Romano (5-9, 4.01 ERA) revs it up against the Snappers at 8:00 ET.

Billings got shellacked by the Chukars, falling 10-2 in Idaho Falls.  Luke "Get an Out" Moran got smacked around for 9 hits in 4.1 innings, giving up 6 runs (5 earned), while striking out 3 and walking none.  Alex "The Great" Blandino smacked his 5th double in 18 games, going 2-5 on the night.  Taylor Sparks had a rare off night, going 0-3 with 3 whiffs and a walk.  Up Next:  Tejay Antone (0-1, 8.44 ERA) takes the hill at 9:15 ET.

The AZL Reds came from behind to beat the Baby Dodgers 7-6.  The smooth criminal, Narciso Crook went 2-4 with a wanger and a pair of strikeouts.  Chadwick Tromp "Le Mond" drove in 4 runs on a 2-4 night with a double and a ding dong.  Up Next: The Reds take on the Dodgers again at 10:00 ET.