Plus, the best place to watch the Bats as they wrap up their series against the Toledo Mud hens. Hint: It's not an actual seat.
Edinson Volquez, the right-handed pitcher who is on a rehabilitation assignment from the Cincinnati Reds, will take the mound for the Bats against Toledo at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday morning at Louisville Slugger Field. Tickets are still available.
Chris Denove was hit by a pitch in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Louisville Bats a victory over Pawtucket. Meanwhile, Aroldis Chapman will make his fourth start at Louisville Slugger Field on Monday night.
A three-run first inning helped the Louisville Bats end a two-game losing streak Friday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
There will be bountiful baseball, as well as basketball and horse racing this weekend around the Louisville area.
Louisville, held to five hits in its last two games, doubled that against Gwinnett on Sunday. The Bats pounded out 10 hits, including three homers, in a 9-6 win over the Braves.
One night after being no-hit the Louisville Bats managed only five hits against four Gwinnett pitchers in losing their second straight.
Gwinnett Braves pitcher Todd Redmond threw the first no-hitter in Louisville Slugger Field history, blanking the Louisville Bats 4-0 Friday night.
Todd Frazier and Zack Cozart hit solo home runs, while Chad Reineke pitched seven solid innings, to lead the Louisville Bats to a 3-1 win over Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday night.
Right-hander Sam LeCure pitched a one-hit, complete-game 5-0 shutout of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Saturday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
Tobi Stoner held the Louisville Bats to one run over seven innings and the Buffalo Bisons hit a trio of home runs to hand Louisville its second straight loss.
A ninth inning-rally by the Buffalo Bisons brought the Louisville Bats' five-game winning streak to an end Wednesday afternoon with an 8-7 win.