This is one of the worst cumulative performances we've seen from the Reds farmhands in 2013.
Armando Galarraga climbed the hill for the Bats and went 6 innings surrendering all 4 runs, 3 earned in Louisville's 4-3 loss.
He allowed 6 his and 4 walks before making way for Curtis Partch for 2 scoreless and Kevin Whelan nada in the ninth.
Louisville's bat's were guano tonight, managing only 7 hits and striking out 10 times. The "leaders"
Phipps- 2-4, HR
Fellhauer- 1-4, 2B, RBI
Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy- 0-4, BB SB#25
Former Red and current Pawtucket Red Sock Drew Sutton was 0-4.
If Louisville's bat's were guano, then the Dayton offense was a compost heap on a 100 degree day. The White CAPS of West Michigan were victorious in a 5-2 finale.
"Everybody Loves" Sal Romano went 5.2 giving up 4 earned on only 3 hits and 3 walks. He also struck out 4. He was doomed by a three run tah-tah.
Austin Salter worked 2.1 allowing 1 ER. Jesus Adames trotted out for the nightcap and struck out 2.
Dayton's mighty sluggers produced the following highlights:
Amaral and Rahier were 2-4, Terry, Winker, Big Hyphen, and Superfluous J add a hit apiece.
Winker with the only RBI. None of the hits were for extra bases
If Dayton's offense was hot compost, then Pensacola's was a dumpster fire.
Former Red's affiliate Chattanooga administered the heavy sack beating in this 1-0 debacle.
Ryan Dennick is pinned with the loss after a very strong 6 innings of 6 hit, 5K, 1BB, 1ER baseball.
Ravin followed with 1.1 scoreless and .2 with a walk for Manno.
The Stalwart Blue Wahoos hitters managed 3 hits and 2 walks. The stars were Lohman, Mattair, and Ryan "Don't Call Me Hedley" LaMarre with a mighty single each.