Joe Warren knocked off previously unbeaten Patricio Pitbull to win the Featherweight Tournament on Thursday night in the Bellator Fighting Championships' Bellator XXIII at Fourth Street Live!
Toledo starter Rick Porcello limited Louisville to one hit and one unearned run over eight innings and Casey Fien pitched a perfect ninth as the Mud Hens beat the Bats on Thursday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
The Bellator Fighting Championships, a mixed martial arts organization, will hold Bellator XXIII beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday evening at Fourth Street Live! Tickets are still available.
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Former University of Kentucky star John Wall is the without-a-doubt No. 1 pick in Thursday night's NBA Draft, but who will be second? Could it be Wall's old teammate DeMarcus Cousins?
Highly-touted pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman threw two innings of relief for the Louisville Bats on Wednesday and Reds general manager Walt Jocketty said the bullpen could be the right place for him.
Edinson Volquez threw five solid innings, while Aroldis Chapman pitched two innings, as the Bats beat Toledo in early Wednesday afternoon at Louisville Slugger Field.
Chad Reineke pitched eight solid innings, while Todd Frazier and Yonder Alonso hit solo home runs and Zack Cozart produced the game-winning hit as Louisville beat the Toledo Mud Hens on Tuesday night.
Edinson Volquez, the right-handed pitcher who is on a rehabilitation assignment from the Cincinnati Reds, will take the mound for the Bats against Toledo at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday morning at Louisville Slugger Field. Tickets are still available.
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Louisville native, and former standout at Eastern High School and the University of Kentucky, Rajon Rondo had his star turn with the Boston Celtics in the 2010 NBA Playoffs. His local basketball camps begin next Monday at the Basketball Academy.
Toledo's Billy Buckner (nope, not Bill Buckner's son) and one reliever combined for a five-hit shutout of Louisville on Monday night in the first game of a four-game series.