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Farmer's Only: Extra innings not kind to Reds' affiliates on Tuesday

Ervin's strong day at the plate highlighted a quiet day of bats for the Reds' minor league squads.

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Louisville Bats 2, Syracuse Chiefs 3

Keyvius Sampson put together another solid outing for the Bats on Tuesday, tossing six innings and allowing just two runs on four hits while fanning five and walking three in Louisville's extra-inning loss to the Chiefs. Steve "Delawhat?" Delabar pitched two innings of scoreless baseball ahead of Stephen "Check Out My" Johnson, who picked up the loss with 1.2 innings of relief in which the lone run he gave up was the winning one. Sampson's ERA, meanwhile, is down to 1.88 for the year.

Scott "Schebbly" Schebler provided most of the offense for Louisville in this one, going 3-for-5 with a double to raise his AAA batting average to .252. Carlos "Tinfoil" Triunfel and Raffy "Duck" Lopez each picked up a hit and an RBI in this one. Also, the Bats got a look at former Red Nick Masset, who pitched an inning of two-hit, scoreless work for the Chiefs. Look at Nick, still doin' stuff.

Cody Reed will toe the rubber for the Bats on Wednesday opposite Jaron Long, with a start time of 6:35p.m.

Pensacola Blue Wahoos 1, Jackson Generals 4

Sal "Everybody Loves" Romano got beat up a little bit on the mound on Tuesday, lasting five innings while allowing four runs on 11 hits and three walks while striking out just two in the loss. Phil "Phlava Phlerv" put together a solid day at the plate for the Wahoos, going 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI. Zach "Out-of-place-J" Vincej recorded the only other multi-hit effort on the evening, finishing 2-for-4 out of the 9-hole.

Evan Mitchell "Clark" and Kyle "McWhose?" McMyne combined for three scoreless innings out of the bullpen, but the offense couldn't put anything together in the way of a comeback. Rookie Davis is slated to get the start for Pensacola on Wednesday against Jordan Pries, with gametime scheduled for 8:05p.m EST.

Daytona Tortugas

Did not play Tuesday, but you can catch Tyler Mahle get the start against Palm Beach at 7:05p.m. EST on Wednesday.

Dayton Dragons 3, South Bend Cubs 4

Austin Oreweiler pieced together a strong six inning, one-run performance on the mound despite eventually watching the Dragons come up short in extra innings on Tuesday. Oreweiler walked two and fanned two, and watched his ERA for the season fall to 2.81. The Dragons did get some solid work out of the bullpen as well, with Sandy "Cheeks" Lugo and Jesus "The Risen One" Reyes combining for five shutout frames.

Eloy Jimenez provided the only multi-hit performance for the Dragons in this one, finishing 2-for-5 with a walk and a run scored. Bryant Flete drove in two in a 1-for-4 evening out of the 9-hole, while Donnie Dewees went 1-for-4 with a ribbie out of the leadoff spot.

Jacob Constante will head to the mound for Dayton on Wednesday opposite Adbert Alzolay. Game time is set for 7:05p.m. EST.