Louisville's women's flat-track roller derby team will try to record its first winning season Saturday night when DCRG takes on Rollergirls of Central Kentucky (ROCK) in Lexington.
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.
Angel McCoughtry, the second-year player out of the University of Louisville, has quickly become one of the best players in the WNBA. Saturday she'll participate in the league's All-Star game.
The Toledo Mud Hens scored four runs in the third inning, three in the sixth and two in the eighth to beat the Louisville Bats and starting pitcher Jesus Delgado on Thursday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
In his fourth start with the Louisville Bats right-handed pitcher Matt Klinker gave up only one hit over six innings as they beat Indianapolis for the fifth time in six games.
A hydroplane race in Louisville makes perfect sense Madison (Ind.) hosted its 60th annual Madison Regatta over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, why couldn't Louisville have something similar? The Greater Louisville Sports Commission says it's tried, but to no avail.
Seneca's DaMarcus Smith is one of the top prospects in the nation. The 6-foot-1, 180 pound senior-to-be was forced to sit out his entire junior season after tearing his ACL last July. I caught up with Seneca coach Louis Dover and spoke with him about his player.
The Indianapolis Indians battered pitcher Mark Serrano in his first Triple-A start to end Louisville's five-game winning streak, while ending their own eight-game skid.
Need to get away from the city for a stress-free water adventure? An hour away is a great canoeing retreat.
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.
Instead of lighting a firecracker and losing a finger or two on the Fourth of July head to Churchill Downs where general admission is free and beer and hot dogs are $1 all day.