The Louisville Bats dropped their fifth straight as they inch toward shameful recognition.
The Indianapolis Indians beat the Louisville Bats 6-1 and moments later, clinched their first division title in 12 years.
The Louisville Bats dropped to 33 games under .500 with a 7-5 loss to Indianapolis.
Nick Masset had a rough go of things Tuesday night as the Bats fell 10-7.
Chad Reineke continued his struggles against the Columbus Clippers.
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The Bats snapped a seven game losing streak in walk off fashion Saturday night with a 3-2 extra inning win over the Columbus Clippers.
The Charlotte Knights completed the sweep of the Louisville Bats 2-0 Friday night.
The Bats took an early 4-0 lead but it quickly evaporated as they lost their sixth straight 6-4 to the Charlotte Knights.
The Louisville Bats are now a season-low 30 games under the .500 mark after their 5-3 loss to the Charlotte Knights.
The Louisville Bats lost their fourth straight game Tuesday night against the Charlotte Knights.
The Bats went way down early and couldn't climb out of the hole.