The Louisville Bats split a doubleheader at Columbus on Monday, losing the first game 1-0 before winning the second 16-2
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.
I may have found my new favorite reading spot at the Scribner House Gardens.
Southern Indiana turns drinking on a lazy afternoon into an art form with festivals for wine and beer.
Highly-touted left-handed pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman topped 100 miles per hour four times in the first inning and gave up just three hits, while striking out seven over five innings.
This proves what many have suspected for years: putting harmful chemicals on your skin may not be such a good thing.
Use the Derby to gain new business and build life-long relationships.
The world's largest Beatles inspired festival is this Memorial Day weekend in Louisville.
The perfect combination of local authors and a local bookstore comes into symbiosis. Louisville.com writer, Kevin Sedelmeier and his son Lucas will be having a book signing this Saturday at Reader's Corner Bookstore.
The Breeders' Cup, which will be Nov. 5-6 at Churchill Downs, will finish under the new permanent lights at the track both days. The final race of the weekend, the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic, will go off around 6:45 p.m. Nov. 6.