Durham 0, Louisville 5

Louisville got a superb start out of Justin Germano who went 7.2 innings of scoreless, 8 hit, 2 walk pitching. Germano also struck out 2 in lowering his era to 4.36 on the year. Ryan Wagner polished off the shutout by completing the final out in the 8th as well as pitching the 9th. Wagner struck out 1 as well as walking 1 on the night.

Dane Sardinha went 2-2 on the night for the bats including his 2nd double on the year. Sardinha also scored a run and drove in 1. Will Bergolla and Norris Hopper each added 2 runs batted in.


Huntsville 1, Chattanooga 3

Steven Kelly improved to 5-2 on the year with another outstanding night of pitching. Kelly went 7 innings, allowing 2 walks, 1 run, while striking out 5. Kelly now has a 3.04 ERA in 9 starts this season.

Joey Votto and Luis Bolivar each went 3-4 at the plate for the Lookouts who outhit Huntsville 12 to 9. In 63 at bats at AA, Bolivar is hitting .381/.435/.460.

High A

Sarasota 3, Brevard County 7

3b Trevor Lawhorn belted his 2nd homerun of the season in the 5th inning for the Reds who fell short against the Manatees last night. For Lawhorn, the 2 hit night raised his average to a whopping .230 on the year.

Homer Bailey got the start for Sarasota and pitched ok, despite getting the loss. Bailey (1-4, 3.18) went 5 innings, allowing 6 hits and 2 runs (1 earned). He struck out 5 while walking 3.

Low A

Fort Wayne 9, Dayton 4

Outside of Habelito Hernandez’s 2-4 night with 2 runs scored, there wasn’t much to mention on the offensive side for the Dragons.

The starting pitching wasn’t much better. Phillippe-Alexandre Valiquette (gotta love that name!) went 4.1 innings, surrendering 6 runs (3 earned) on 7 hits, 2 walks, and 3 strikeouts. The night raised Valiquette’s ERA to 6.43 on the year and dropped his record to 1-3.

One Response

  1. Bill Hansing

    Wagner needs a season or two of true development — like he should have gotten back when he was drafted.