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Farmers Only: See you soon, Bob Steve?

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  • Louisville blanked Columbus 2-0 behind a masterful pitching performance from top prospect Robert Stephenson. He threw 6 shutout innings, only allowing 2 hits, walking 4. Jose "Towering InfernJoe" De La Torre and Collin Balester "So Hard" combined for the last 3 innings to preserve the shutout. Hernan Iribarren led the offense with 2 hits. Up next: David Holmberg gets the ball against the Clippers at 7:05
  • Pensacola beat Biloxi 6-4 behind a solid offensive showing. Bryson Smith hit leadoff and had 2 hits, including his 1st home run of the year (matching his total from last year). He drove in 2 runs, along with Ryan Wright, who also had 2 hits, both of them doubles. "I Want" Wandy Peralta started the game for the 'Hoos, giving up 4 runs in 5 innings, and Jimmy "This Nickname Is Too Easy" Moran and Kyle McMyne "McMandberg" each pitched two shutout innings of relief. Up next: Dan Wright gets Biloxi at 7:35.
  • Daytona whooped up on Charlotte, beating them 5-2 with 11 hits as a team. Carton Daal, Sebastian Elizalde, Chad Wallach, and Taylor Sparks all had 2 hits each, but the pitching was the story in this one. Amir Garrett got the start for the Dragonas, going 7 shutout innings, striking out 7. Up next: Jackson Stephens takes on Charlotte at 7:05.
  • Dayton decided to be last night's buzzkill, losing a 9th inning lead to fall 5-4 at home to West Michigan. Narciso "Too Many" Crook went 4-for-5 with a homer and 3 RBI, but that wasn't enough, as the bullpen blew a 3-2 lead in the 9th. Wyatt Strahan started for Dayton, giving up 2 runs (1 earned) in 6 innings. Up next: Tejay Antone takes the hill against West Michigan at 7:00.
  • Billings held off a late rally from Great Falls to win 6-4. Ty "Bring The Pot To A Rolling" Boyles got the start, and went 5 1/3 innings with 1 run given up, and the 'Stangs had two 3-run innings that set the tone. Kevin Garcia went 3-for-4 with a walk and an RBI, and Reydel Medina hit his 8th homer of the year with one of his 2 hits. Up next: Franderlyn Romero takes on Great Falls at 9:00.
  • The AZL Reds beat the AZL White Sox 6-4. Mason "Montgomery" Felt started the game and pitched 2 innings, and Wendolyn "Wendy Bats" Bautista pitched 5 innings in relief. James Vasquez went 3-for-3 with 2 doubles as the offensive leader, and "Remind Me To Call" Jose "In An Hour" Siri had 3 hits of his own, tripling in 2 runs. Up next: Off day!