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Farmers Only: Moscot Love

Is the Muskrat next in line for starts in Cincinnati?

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  • Louisville stemmed the Tides, winning 4-2. Jon Moscot continued to push for Jason Marquis' rotation spot, giving up just an unearned run on 3 hits over 6 innings, with 0 walks and 2 K. He's 6-0 with a 2.06 ERA, currently. Hernan "Conquistador" Irribarren was 3-5, Chris "On Your Mark" Berset walked thrice, and Steve "Too" Selsky stole 2 bags. Up next: Dylan Axelrod (1-3, 3.27) takes his derpface to the mound against the PawSawx.
  • Zach Weiss blew the Pensacola lead in a big way, giving up 4 runs in the 9th en route to a 5-2 Wahoo loss to the Barves. Wandy "zzz nuts" Peralta gave up a lone run in 6 innings on just 2 hits, but he walked 6 against just 2 Ks. Beau "Demerol" Amaral was 3-5 with a beastjack, his second of the year, and Seth Mejias-Brean was 1-2 with a pair of walks. Up next: I guess Keyvius Sampson (1-2, 2.05) is pitching today instead, at 7:35 against Jackson.
  • Daytona walked off in a nailbiter, beating Lakeland 1-0 in 11 innings. Sal "Hoagie" Romano struck out 7 in 5.1 innings, Nick Routt followed with 2 perfect innings, and El'Hajj Muhammad finished it up with 3 scoreless for the win. And who BI'd the game-winning R? Yes chitlins, none other than Junior Arias. For the third time in 3 walk-offable games. Granted, he beat out a potential double play to allow the run to score, but shut up. Up next: Barrett "Sean" Astin (1-1, 3.09) faces Jupiter to get more stupider at 7:05.
  • The Loons whupped the Dragons, 7-1. Tejay "San" Antone gave up 3 unearned runs in 6 innings, allowing just 5 hits and a walk opposite 5 strikeouts. Jeremy Kivel and Jacob Ehret each allowed a pair of runs in their respective relief outings to allow the game to get out of hand, although Dayton's offense wouldn't have done much if it had stayed 3-1, as they managed just 2 singles and two walks all evening. Ronald "Ronnie B Good" Bueno knocked in the only run with a sac fly. Narciso "Nixon" Crook and Paul Kronenfeld had the only hits. Up next: Seth Varner (4-2, 3.05) probably won't walk any Loons at 7.