Wladimir Balentien's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth capped off Louisville's comeback from a 4-2 deficit to beat Durham on Saturday night.
The Durham Bulls scored six runs over the final three innings to beat Aroldis Chapman and the Louisville Bats on Friday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
Four Louisville Bats pitchers combined for a five-hit shutout of International League South-leading Durham on Thursday night as closer Jon Adkins became the franchise's all-time save leader.
The Louisville Bats have a 6-8 record in the first half of June and have matched their opponents run-for-run (60-60). Here is a closer look at the players' performances so far this month.
Louisville was limited to only four hits as it was shutout for the seventh time this season despite a strong outing from Travis Wood.
Knight becomes Mariner
Chris Burke and Chris Denove helped the Bats rally from a 4-1 deficit to beat the host Red Sox, while closer Jon Adkins tied the team save record.
A half-dozen Louisville Bats pitchers held host Pawtucket to four hits on their way to a 3-1 win Sunday afternoon.
Highly-touted pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman allowed only four hits, but it wasn't enough as Louisville lost a rain-shortened game at Pawtucket.
International League North Division-leading Syracuse built a 5-0 lead then held off Louisville's late rally for a 5-3 victory Friday night.
Travis Wood tossed seven-shutout innings, allowing only three hits while striking out eight, and a seven-run sixth inning carried the Bats to a win at Syracuse.
Left-hander Matt Maloney bounced back from his worst outing of the season, yielding only five hits and two unearned runs while striking out six in 7 1/3 innings against the Chiefs.