Louisville 7 – Norfolk 2

The top 6 guys in the Bats lineup combined to go 12-20 with 6 runs scored and 5 rbis.  Adam Rosales went 3-4 with a run scored and run batted in.  Andy Phillips hit his first homerun of the season and added a double in a 2-4 night, scoring twice and driving in a run.  Jay Bruce went 2-4 with a triple, run scored, and 2 rbis.  Finally, Andy Green went 2-4 with a run scored.

Tom Shearn improved his record to 5-1 on the season by going 6 innings, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits and a walk while striking out 5.

Chattanooga 5 – Tennessee 2

Ramon Ramirez gave up 2 runs on 1 hit and 2 walks while striking out 8 over 6 innings pitched to go to 2-1 on the season.  Ramirez lowered his ERA to 3.58 on the season.

Jerry Gil and B.J. Szymanksi each hit homeruns for the Lookouts.  For Gil, it was his first of the season while Szymanski hit his 7th of the season.

Sarasota 9 – Palm Beach 2

The game was probably closer than the score indicates.  The Reds scored 6 times in the 9th inning to pull away late.  Jason Louwsma went 3-4 for the Reds with an rbi and 3 runs scored.  Carson Kainer went 2-5 with a double, triple, run scored and 3 rbis. Juan Francisco and Michael DeJesus each added two hits.  DeJesus also had a run scored, double, and rbi.

Alexander Smit threw 5 innings, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits and 4 walks while striking out 3.  Camilo Vazquez and Ramon Geronimo combined to go 4 scoreless innings of relief, allowing just 1 walk and striking out 2.  Vazquez picked up the win, his 3rd of the season.

Dayton 11 – Quad City 1

The farm system pulls the sweep, winning all 4 games on the schedule yesterday.  The Dragons pounded out 16 hits and scored 11 runs in this blowout win.  Jason Bour and Todd Frazier had 3 hits apiece for the Dragons.  Each had a double and combined for 3 runs scored and 3 rbis.  Zachary Cozart, Denis Phipps, and Michael McKennon each had 2 hits in the game.  Phipps and Cozart each hit homeruns in the game while McKennon had 2 triples. 

Enerio Del Rosario allowed 1 run on 3 hits and a walk in 6 innings pitched to improve to 2-1 on the season.  He struck out 6.  Tyler Rhoden pitched 3 scoreless, hitless innings of relief to pick up his 2nd save of the year.