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Farmers Only Weekend Harvest: Scott Schebler is turning the corner

Four hits, a triple, a home run. That’s a good weekend.

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Louisville Bats 1, Pawtucket Red Sox 5

Jon “Gopper” Moscot got the start in this one and continued to struggle throwing the baseball as a professional athlete. Moscot pitched only 4.1 innings, scattering 9 hits and allowing 5 earned runs. JJ Hoover pitched in with 1.2 innings of 0 run, 3 K, 2 BB ball. Stephen “Steve Jo” Johnson finished the ball game (2 innings), allowing no runs and striking out 2. Scott “Schebs” Schebler whacked 2 hits, including a triple, and scored a run. Jermaine “Dupree” Curtis banged in the only RBI for the Bats.

Montgomery Biscuits 1, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 2

“General” Jackson Stephens was good once again, allowing only 1 run in 6.2 innings of work, striking out 6. Stephens now 3.16 ERA in Double A. Carlos “CarGo” Gonzalez finished up the game and earned the win, going 2.1 innings, allowing nothing and striking out 4. Kyle “South” Parker whacked 2 doubles and scored a run. Zack “Silent Jay” Vincej added 2 hits including a double of his own, while Alex “The Great” Blandino smacked a double and walked while earning an RBI.

Palm Beach Cardinals 0, Daytona Tortugas 3

Seth "Green” Varner took the bump for the Dragonas and was solid again, pitching 6.2 innings allowing 5 hits, no runs, while striking out 1. Jimmy “Get A Brain” Moran and Jacob “Record Scratch” Ehret flawlessly finished the game. Aristides “Heiress Titties” Aquino had 2 hits, including a run scored and an RBI. Garrett Boulware was 2-3 with a run scored. Brian “Beef” O’Grady also hit two baseballs, one of which he picked up two bases on.

Fort Wayne TinCaps 1, Dayton Dragons 11

The Dragons offense scored at least twice as many runs as they had the whole season in this one. You see, normally they are not a very good baseball team, but maybe news that reinforcements should be shortly on the way brought out their best.

Ty “Poppin’” Boyles managed to lower his 6+ ERA by pitching 6 innings and allowing only 1 run on 6 hits and 3 walks, striking out 4. Manuel Aybar picked up the 3 inning save, allowing 1 hit and striking out 3. Everyone in the Dragons lineup got at least a hit, most of them more, but they were led by Tanner “Bad Person” Rahier had 3 hits, but screw that guy. Shed “Don” Long had 2 doubles and 2 walks with 2 runs scored, James Vasquez blasted a home run and knocked in 2, Reydel “Funky Cold” Medina hit 2, knocked in 2, and scored 2 himself. And a lot of other people cool stuff, too. You should really click on the link right up there.


Louisville Bats 3, Pawtucket Red Sox 1

Robert Stephenson was on the mound for this one for the Bats, and turned in a just fine 6 innings pitched, allowing only 3 hits, 1 run, with 3 walks. Unfortunately, he only struck out 2. Steve “Let’s All Go To The” Delabar went 1.1 innings, allowing 2 hits and and a walk. Matt “Mama" Magill went 0.2 innings allowing 1 hit and a walk, while Jumbo Diaz received the save, allowing nothing over 1 inning, striking out 1. Schebs had another 2 hits, including a home run. Schebler has brought his batting average up to a very respectable .279. Jermaine “Lee” Curtis and Brandon Allen knocked in the other two Bats runs, both of which were scored by Jose Peraza.

Montgomery Biscuits 2, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 3

The Wahoos walked off on the Biscuits after an 11 inning affair on Saturday. Raisel Iglesias returned to Raise Hell, starting the first 2 innings, allowing 2 hits while striking out 2. Amir Garrett then spelled him for the next 5 innings, scattering 3 hits, allowing a run and 2 walks on 3 strike outs. Garrett has a 1.64 ERA in Pensacola. Nick Routt “66” pitched a third of an inning, allowing 2 hits and striking out 1. “Don’t Call My Name” Alejandro Chacin blew the save in his 1.2 innings of work, allowing the tying run on 2 hits and 1 strike out. Evan Mitchell “Is Batman” pitched the final 2 innings, allowing only 1 hit. Eric “Shaggy 2 Dope” Jagielo smacked 2 hits, including a home run. Newly returned Kyle “What’s A” Skipworth blasted a home run of his own, while Alexxandre Field Blandino smacked a 2-out RBI to win the game in the bottom of the eleventh to win the game for the ‘Hoos.

Palm Beach Cardinals 8, Daytona Tortugas 2

Tejay Antone got the ball for 5 innings in this one and was bad, giving up 10 hits and 6 runs. Alex “The Reverse Apache Master” Powers pitched an inning, giving up a hit, a run, and 2 walks. Nick “Where’s the plate?” Howard gave up 2 hits, 2 walks, and a run while striking out 2. Nolan Becker pitched the final 2 frames, striking out 2. Aristides Aquino and Jonathan Reynoso knocked in the only 2 runs for the baby Turtles.

Fort Wayne TinCpas 5, Dayton Dragons 6

The Dragons walked off just like their older brothers in Pensacola. Tanner Rainey pitched the first 4.2 innings, allowing 5 hits, 2 runs, and 4 walks to go with his 6 strike outs. Juan “Pedro” Martinez pitched 1.1 scoreless innings, Braulio Ortiz pitched 2 innings allowed a run while striking out 4. Michael Sullivan “Steakhouse” pitched 0.2 innings allowing 2 hits and a run, while Sarkis “First of His Name” Ohanian pitched 1.1 innings allowing nothing and striking out 3. Jesus “Walks” Reyes pitched 2 innings of 3 hit ball, allowing a run and a walk, striking out 2 and ultimately picking up the win when that guy that hit that woman with a rock on purpose that one time hit a walk off single. Reydel Medina knocked in 2 runs with a double. Shed Long and Kevin Garcia notched 2 hits and knocked in RBIs.


Louisville Bats 0, Pawtucket Red Sox 1

Keyvius “I Wanna Talk To” Sampson got the start and was good again, unfortunately he allowed the only run of the game in his 6 innings pitched, allowing 2 hits and 3 walks with 3 strike outs. Drew “Willie Mays” Hayes finished the final 2 innings, allowing only a hit and striking out 2. The Bats offense was pretty gross, managing only 4 hits, 2 of them by Peraza and Schebler.

Up Next: Cody Reed will look to slice Syracuse’s eyeballs tonight at 7:05pm EDT.

Montgomery Biscuits 5, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 2

Sal “Everybody is actually pretty meh on right now” Romano struggled through 5 innings, allowing 8 hits 4 runs (3 earned) with 3 walks and 5 strikeouts. El’Hajj Muhammad pitched 2 flawless frames with 3 strikeouts. Kyle McMyne “With Cheese” pitched an inning and allowed a run and 2 walks. Kevin Shackelford locked up the final frame with a strikeout. Kyle Parker knocked another double during a 2 hit day with an RBI. Donald “Knockwurst” Lutz had the other RBI, while Tony Renda and Sebastian Elizalde both had doubles and scored runs.

Up Next: Rookie Davis will take his 2.32 ERA into a tilt where he’ll look to burn the Biscuits at 7:30pm EDT.

Daytona Tortugas 2, Jupiter Hammerheads 1

Wendolyn “Deacon” Bautista started this one and went 6.1 innings, allowing only 4 hits and 1 run and 1 walk, striking out nobody. “The Big Mermaid” Ariel Hernandez picked up the win with 1.2 innings of 1 hit, 1 strikeout ball, while Jimmy “Ferget” Herget picked up the save with his 1 inning, 1 hit, 1 walk, 1 strikeout effort. Blake Trahan had 2 hits and scored a run, Brian O’Grady had 2 hits, an RBI and 2 walks. Ronald “Here Is” Bueno had 2 walks.

Up Next: TBD will take a fantastic 0.00 ERA into a fierce matchup with Jupiter at 6:30pm EDT.

Fort Wayne TinCaps 7, Dayton Dragons 3

Austin “City Limits” Orewiler started for the Dragons and lasted 3.2 innings, giving up 9 hits, 4 earned runs, and 4 walks before being lifted for Michael Sullivan who allowed 2 hits on 2 strikeouts in 1.1 innings pitched. Jeremy Kivel “And Bits” pitched 2 innings of 5 hit, 3 run ball, while Sandy “Mario and” Lugo pitched 2 innings with a hit, a walk, and 3 strikeouts. Shed Long and James Vasquez had 2 hits and scored runs for the Dragons, while Josh Duarte and Luis Gonzalez knocked in 2.

Up Next: Jacob Constante will take on South Bend at 7:00pm EDT.