From the Bats email report:

In the first game of a makeup DH yesterday:

Kelly (4-2) surrendered six runs on nine hits in four innings of work. He struck out two and walked one in taking the loss.

Louisville (25-28) jumped on the board with a run in the second inning when Wily Mo Pena ˜ who began a Major League rehab assignment with Louisville on May 30 for a strained left quadriceps muscle ˜ jacked the first pitch he saw from Indy starting RHP Bryan Bullington over the wall in straight-away center to cut the Indians‚ lead to 5-1.

That’s Kelly’s second straight bad outing.

Indianapolis Indians (32-21) wanted to test Chris Denorfia under pressure. The 24-year-old passed with flying colors, going 2-for-3 with a double and a walk-off single in the seventh to lift the Bats (26-28) to a 4-3 victory in a double-header night cap before 7,813 fans at Louisville Slugger Field.

This is the second game of the DH.