April 10, 2012 - 9:00am
Today, I continue to look at my all-area college baseball team; in looking toward tonight's Louisville-Kentucky game.
Yesterday I took some time to look at some of the baseball greats to come through area colleges; today I picked up where I left off by looking at the outfield.In Left Field is Louisville’s Doc Powers, which is quite possible, the greatest baseball name I’ve ever heard. Powers stayed in...
April 10, 2012 - 3:49pm
The Bats were either feast or famine Monday night against the Toledo Mud Hens but pulled it out 9-3.
It was feast or famine for the Louisville Bats Monday night. The Bats got a lot of feast in scoring nine runs on 12 hits en route to a 9-3 win over the Toledo Mud Hens. However, there was plenty of famine for Louisville as they struck out 15 times against Toledo pitching.Louisville started...
April 9, 2012 - 9:00am
Baseball season is upon us once again and in honor of that I take a look at some of the greats to come through area college teams.
Ladies and gentleman, we stand on the precipice of baseball season. By the way, I just really wanted to use the word precipice to be honest I’m not even sure that applies here.
April 10, 2012 - 8:10am
The Bats rallied to take the lead 4-3 only to give up four runs in the eighth to lose 7-4.
Columbus rallied to score four times in the eighth inning Sunday afternoon as the Clippers beat the Louisville Bats 7-4. It was Louisville’s third straight loss after beating Columbus on Opening Night.For a moment, it looked as if Louisville was going to win. With two outs in the top of the...
April 8, 2012 - 7:00am
The Bats fell behind early, mounted a furious comeback, but came up just short Saturday night against the Columbus Clippers.
Corey Kluber silenced the Louisville Bats offensively for five innings, striking out ten and the Columbus Clippers held on to win Saturday night, 6-4.The Bats, who at one point trailed 6-0, had a chance to win it in the ninth. After an RBI single by Bill Rhinehart, the Bats had the tying run at...