"A grand jury today indicted four individuals in Louisville and Lexington on charges of lottery fraud.
This is the sixth part in a series that looks back at the remarkable season of the 2010 Louisville Bats. By Josh Cook If May was the month the Louisville Bats made up ground in the International League West Division. Then June was the month they took a step backwards. Louisville went 17-...
By Josh Cook Ben Jukich and the Louisville Bats manhandled the Toledo Mud Hens on Wednesday night. Jukich threw seven solid innings, while the Bats pounded out 11 hits to beat host Toledo 8-3 at Fifth Third Field. The victory kept Louisville (77-61) a half-game behind Columbus (78-61),...
By Josh Cook It was a quick and costly loss for the Louisville Bats on Tuesday night. A pair of pitchers limited Louisville to only four hits as the host Toledo Mud Hens beat the Bats 4-1 in just two hours and six minutes at Fifth Third Field.
By Josh Cook There was bad news and good news for the Louisville Bats on Saturday night. The bad news was that they lost to Toledo 8-3 at Louisville Slugger Field.
By Josh Cook Aroldis Chapman brought the heat, Danny Dorn brought the baserunning and Wilkin Castillo brought the big hit in the ninth inning Friday night for the Louisville Bats.
By Josh Cook Wladimir Balentien was atrocious in April, but in August he's been awesome. The Louisville Bats right fielder continued his torrid month Tuesday night, hitting two home runs and driving in four in the Bats' 5-1 win over the Indianapolis Indians at Louisville Slugger Field.
By Josh Cook Catcher Corky Miller has provided veteran leadership, both behind the plate and in the clubhouse, for a collectively young Louisville Bats team this season.
By Josh Cook The seventh was heaven for the Louisville Bats on Saturday night. A five-run seventh inning propelled them past host Indianapolis 10-6 at Victory Field, and into first place in the International League West.
By Josh Cook A return to Louisville Slugger Field helped the Louisville Bats return to their winning way. The Bats extended their franchise-record home winning streak to 12 games with an 8-5 victory over Syracuse on Tuesday night.
By Josh Cook The Louisville Bats' stay in first place lasted just one day. Host Columbus rode three big innings to a 12-4 win over the Bats at Huntington Park on Friday night to retake first place in the International League West one day after Louisville had moved into the division lead.
By Josh Cook The Louisville Bats' recent one-run magic continued Tuesday night. Wladimir Balentien's two-run double with two out in the top of the ninth gave the Bats an 8-7 win over host Toledo at Fifth Third Field.
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