The Bats put away their offensive struggles for a night, scoring nine runs on 12 hits in a 9-2 drubbing of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs.
The Bats scored first, but gave it right back in their 5-3 loss Friday night to the Rochester Red Wings.
The Bats fell behind, came back, and eventually won Thursday night against the Rochester Red wings.
Lakeside Arena, in Frankfort, Kentucky, to host a Kentucky Hunter Jumper Association approved 3 day show on May 26, 27, and 28.
I’ll Have Another will attempt the second leg of the Triple Crown in Baltimore, MD.
The Bats continued a frustrating season Wednesday night with a frustrating loss.
Looking for something uniquely Kentucky to do with your family? How about touring the beautiful horse farms along the U.S. 42 Corridor during the Oldham County Farm Tour and Lunch to be held on Sunday, May 27. This tour includes unique live horse demonstrations.
Local horse stables offer a series of mini horse trials called the 42 Fleur De Li Mini Trial Series. This series of six horse trials are more informal and offer competitors a fun, educational, and affordable opportunity to show in the equestrian sport of eventing locally.
Pedro Villarreal threw his second quality start in as many outings with the Bats but came up with a no decision Tuesday night.
Hugh Durham's legacy is won that has remained steady in college basketball- and that's all for good reason.
The fourth inning was critical Tuesday night in both games of a double header between the Louisville Bats and Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs.
The Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame 2012 inductees have been announced and with this announcement the annual ceremony has been planned.