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Farmers Only: Tyler Stephenson is feeling good

The formerly injured top prospect smacked 3 hits, including a grand salami

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Louisville Bats were off last night

Jackson Stephens will start tonight in Toledo.

Pensacola BlueWahoos were rained out

I’m pretty certain it’s rained for 48 hours straight here, so I’m not surprised.

Luis Castillo will take the mound tonight in ‘Nooga, weather permitting.

Daytona Tortugas 7, Fort Myers Miracle 0

Jesus “Saves AND Wins” Reyes pitched a gem, going 7.2 innings of 0 run ball, allowing 6 scattered hits and striking out 2. Sandy “Beaches” Lugo mopped up the final 1.1 of the shutout.

Every ‘Tuga batter recorded a hit last night, the most of them coming from Chad “Drompf” Tromp, who scattered 3 of them, driving 2 and scoring a run. Alfredo “Pasta-Rod” Rodriguez collected 2 hits and scored a run, Mitch Piatnik “At The Disco” did to, while Blake Butler had a double as part of a 2 hit night, while also walking once and scoring a run. Narciso “Captain” Crook mashed a two run dinger.

Up Next: Ty Boyles will face Jupiter tonight at 7:05 PM ET.

Dayton Dragons 7, Beloit Snappers 2

Scott “Randy” Moss was wild but effective, pitching 5 inning of 5 hit, 4 walk ball, with 5 strike outs. Ryan “Jimmy” Hendrix struck out 2 and walked 1 in his inning of relief, while Aaron “Mu” Fossas gave up 2 hits and a run in 2 innings. Joel “Slyde” Kuhnel shut the door, however, allowing only 1 hit in 1 inning.

Offensively, the night belonged to Tyler “Ty Steve” Stephenson, who hit on 3 occasions, including a grand slam. He also walked. Avain “Bird Flu” Rachal had 2 hits, a walk, and a run scored; Luis Gonzalez scattered 2 hits, while Michael “Adrian” Beltre had a double, 2 RBI, 2 walks, and a run scored. Jose “What Can I Help You With” Siri managed 2 hits and run scored.

Up Next: Wennington Romero will try not to Losington tonight in Wisconsin at 7:35 PM ET.