Matt Maloney pitched six solid innings before the Louisville Bats bombed the host Knights for a three-homer, eight-run ninth inning to seal their 12th win in their last 16 games.
The Louisville Bats improved to 8-3 this month with their victory over the International League West-leading Columbus Clippers on Saturday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
The Louisville Bats had outhit Durham in three straight games, and lost them all, but finally beat the Bulls 10-5 Friday thanks in part to Yonder Alonso's eighth-inning grand slam.
Michel Hernandez's grand slam keyed Norfolk's big inning Sunday afternoon in Norfolk, Va. In other news the Bats released Louisville native Chris Burke.
A wild pitch, on an attempted intentional walk, by Louisville Bats reliever Philippe Valiquette in the bottom of the 13th inning gave Norfolk a win Saturday night.
For the second night in a row the Louisville Bats scored 16 runs to beat Rochester and win for the third time in their last five games.