August 13, 2011 - 12:40am
A player and a coach got thrown out of Friday night's pitching duel. While Edinson Volquez had a strong outing, the Bats lost the home series opener against the Indianapolis Indians 3-2.
Well, the post-game show didn’t provide the only fireworks for the evening at Louisville Slugger Field Friday night. Right fielder Jeremy Hermida was tossed from the game in the 8th inning after arguing a called strike. When Hermida was ejected, the 3rd base coach Rick Sweet came to his...
June 15, 2011 - 1:05pm
The arm of Edinson Volquez and the bats of Negron, Francisco and Alonso secure a solid win for the Bats on Thursday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
Being new to Louisville (and a huge Reds fan), I had to see what the Bats are all about. Just in this last week, I’ve enjoyed a wonderful home stand filled with great baseball and a nice family atmosphere. Whether you’re lounging on a blanket in the grassy “...
July 10, 2010 - 12:59am
Right-handed pitcher Edinson Volquez, making his fourth rehabilitation start with Louisville on his comeback from Tommy John surgery, gave up only one hit over seven innings as the Bats shutout Toledo 3-0 Friday night.
By Josh Cook
Edinson Volquez sure seems to have returned to big league form.
The right-handed pitcher, making his fourth rehabilitation start with Louisville on his comeback from Tommy John surgery, gave up only one hit over seven innings as the Bats shutout Toledo 3-0 Friday night in front...
July 4, 2010 - 11:33pm
Louisville won its third straight game Sunday, beating the Indianapolis Indians and giving Edinson Volquez his second victory with the Bats thanks to a three-run first inning.
By Josh Cook
First-inning fireworks were all t he Louisville Bats needed on the Fourth Of July.
They scored three runs in their first at-bat and rode that to a 4-2 win over host Indianapolis at Victory Field on Sunday night.
June 29, 2010 - 11:01pm
Highly-touted pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman hit one batter and threw two wild pitches during host Durham's four-run eighth inning that helped bring the Bulls back from an early 3-0 deficit Tuesday night.
By Josh Cook
Aroldis Chapman lost his control again Tuesday night, and the Louisville Bats lost the baseball game.
Chapman, the highly-touted left-handed pitching prospect, hit a batter and threw two wild pitches during Durham's four-run eighth inning as the Bulls rallied for a 7-5 win at...