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Only the Dragons could managed the victory, but at least it was exciting.

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Louisville 0, Nobody Else 0

The Bats were off. They neither won or lost. So, that's cool.
Up Next: The Bats will travel to Pawtucket to face the Sawx tonight at 7:05pm.

Pensacola 2, Mississippi 4

The Wahoos couldn't muster much against the Barves. Timothy Adleman was good not great (and his defense didn't help) giving up 6 hits, 4 runs (2 earned), 5 walks while also striking out 6 in 6 innings pitched. The Wahoos did all their damage in the first 2 innings, scoring 1 a piece. The Casserole Seth Mejias-Brean managed the only RBI on one hit. Beau Amaral was 2-4, but really, there wasn't much going on with the Wahoo offense. Jesse Winker managed a walk but no hits. This box score looks pretty lame, actually.
Up Next: The Wahoos will square off with Mississippi again at 7:00pm central time. The Wahoos will turn it over to the trusty hands of Robert "Oh Please Be Good" Stephenson.

Daytona 1, Bradenton 3

The Tortugas bats fell silent in their loss to Bradenton. "General" Jackson Stephens wasn't bad, tossing 5.2 innings and giving up 3 earned runs with 1 strikeout and 1 walk. But the Turtles could only manage 3 hits, Junior Cat Arias managed the only RBI while Joe Hudson and Jon Matthews were the only other Tortugas managing hits. Sebastian "Bach" Elizalde chipped in with 2 walks from the DH position. Phil Ervin and Alex Blandino could muster only 1 walk between them (it was Phil).
Up Next: Daytona will face off at Bradenton at 6:30pm, looking for a win to take the series. Nasty Nick Travieso will get the call for the good guys.

Dayton 5, South Bend 4

The Dragons walked off on South Bend. Not because they were mad, or anything, but because they won! Tyler "Cobb" Mahle was completely in control of this start. While he have up 9 hits in his 5.1 innings pitched, he fanned 9 little Cub batters and walked none. Jacob "Ehret.. Ehret" Ehret was not so good in relief, giving up a run in his inning to blow the save. Dayton managed to come back, but then Brian "Apparently Dragon" Hunter blew it again when he gave up a dinger. No matter, South Bend's James Farris came on in relief and gave it right back in the bottom of the ninth, allowing a double to Paul Kronenfeld (2-4, 2 RBI) that scored Brian "Beef" O'Grady (2-4 with a double). Avain Rachal was 1-4 with 3 RBI, Nick Benedetto was 2-3 with a double and 2 runs scored, and Garrett Boulware produced the walk that moved Kronenfeld into scoring position in the bottom of the 9th.
Up Next: The Dragons face off against Lansing at 7:00pm. They'll turn it over to Wyatt Strahan.