Kyle Waldrop just walked for Dayton. That is his 8th walk of the season. Last season he walked 10 times in 293 plate appearances. LOVE that kind of improvement.
Dayton picks up another run on a wild pitch and now leads 5-2. Runners on 2nd and 3rd with no outs in the 4th.
Louisville is down 2-1 in the 6th.
Make that 7-2 after a Nick O'Shea single for Dayton.
An RBI triple by Jefry Sierra made it 8-2. A wild pitch plated him to make it 9-2.
Here is the Pensacola lineup
Ryan LaMarre CF
Yordanys Perez DH
Henry Rodriguez 3B
Joel Guzman 1B
Brodie Greene 2B
Josh Fellhauer RF
Cody Puckett LF
Miguel Rojas SS
Mark Fleury C
Didi Gregorius was hit by a pitch last night and is missing from the lineup tonight.
Do you think Henry Rodriguez has a shot at being the Reds starting 3B next year?
Dayton is now in a rain delay.
Speaking of walks, Greene, Felhauer, and Puckett all walked in second for Pensacola, then Rojas brought one in with a double play. 1-0 Wahoos.
HokieRed beat me to it.
Double by Fleury makes it 2-0 Pensacola
Pensacola now 3-0. On the increased walks theme mentioned by Doug earlier with Waldrop, I've been watching this with Puckett. His walk tonight was his 13th in 42 AB's; last year 28 in 345.
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