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Farmers Only: The Itsy Vincej Spider

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  • Louisville lost to Indy, 5-2. Rey Navarro continued to wonder what he needs to do to get a call-up, going 3-4 with a double, while Tucker "Rush Hour" Barnhart was 2-4. Josh Smith was all over the place, giving up 5 runs in 5 innings on 6 hits and 4 walks, with 6 K. The Hoov pitched another scoreless inning with 2 strikeouts and a hit allowed. Up next: Mongo Holmberg (1-6, 4.64) at 7:05
  • Pensacola dropped a 4-spot in the first inning, and went on to win 6-2 over the Biscuits. Michael Lorenzen gave up 2 in the first and nothing for three more innings, ending with 4 hits allowed, those 2 runs, 3 walks, and 3 strikeouts. He's gotta be nearing his season limit. Brodie Greene was 2-4 with a solo bro-shot, Kyle "Let the Beat" Waldrop was 2-4, and Seth Mejias-Brean was 2-2 with 2 walks. Yorman walked again, too. Up next: Off day!
  • Bakersfield were sunk by the Ports, 3-2. Mike Dennhardt struck out 7 in 5 innings, but 3 earned runs are more than two, so that was that. Beau Amaral, Zach "The Itsy" Vincej "Spider" and Jeff Gelalich were all 2-5. Up next: Someone will face Stockton at 10:05
  • Dayton did the opposite of bring the lumber, losing to Great Lakes 2-1. Ronald Bueno's 2-5 night accounted for 40% of the Dragons hits, and he also stole a base, so he gets a cookie or something. Action Jackson Stephens (thanks, MBP) gave up 2 runs on 4 hits and a walk in 6 innings, but the offense let him down. Up next: Nick Howard (1-1, 4.56) faces the Lugnuts at 7:00.
  • Billings and the next generation of Reds were deep space'd by the Voyagers, 4-1. Ty "Wooden Teeth" Washington and Aristides Aquino were both 2-4 to lead the way. Wyatt "All-Time Sack Leader" Strahan went 4 innings, giving up a run on 3 hits and two walks, but Seth "Cotton" Varner gave up 3 runs in 2 innings. Up next: Tyler Mahle (4-4, 4.43) looks to follow up his killer last start against Great Falls at 9.
  • The AZL Reds shut out the Lil Indians 3-0 behind a solid pitching effort from Zac "Steve" Correll and JJ Arias (I'm now calling Junior Joselin Arias JJ, because why not), who combined for 8.1 scoreless innings and 8 strikeouts. They managed just 3 hits, but Reydel Medina's 3-run shot was all it took. Up next: More Lil Indians at 10