Mother Nature brought a premature end to a very successful road trip for the Louisville Bats on Monday. They won six of seven games away from Louisville Slugger Field and return there Tuesday night to begin a six-game homestand.
Louisville Bats right fielder Wladimir Balentien, left, hit a pair of three-run homers to help Louisville beat host Gwinnett and climb above .500 for the first time since April 12.
Thirteen proved to be a lucky number for the Louisville Bats on Sunday night as Sam LeCure struck out 13 and Zack Cozart hit his 13th home run of the season - which ultimately was the difference - as they won for the 11th time in their last 15 games.
The Louisville Bats swept a doubleheader from the Indianapolis Indians on Monday night, winning 6-0 and 1-0 in a pair of seven-inning games. It's the first time all season the Bats have had back-to-back shutouts.
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.
Five Louisville Bats pitchers combined to toss a six-hit shutout against Indianapolis and give them a much-needed victory Saturday.
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.
For the second night in a row Louisville lost an early lead, and the game as Bats reliever Jared Burton walked in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th.
The Louisville Bats hit four home runs on their way to a win at Norfolk, Va. on Monday night, as they salvaged a four-game split with the Tides.
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.
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.