The Bats fell behind the eight ball early and couldn't get out Friday night as they fell to the to the Durham Bulls 3-1.
Brett Tomko hasn't given up more than three runs in any game all season. He continued that success Wednesday but fell to 0-6 on the season.
The Bats cranked out 12 hits, but went just 3-for-16 with runners in scoring position as they fell 6-2.
Kristopher Negron played the role of spark plug for the Louisville Bats Monday afternoon as the Bats beat the Syracuse Chiefs 4-3.
The Louisville Bats appeared to have the game in the bag Sunday night, but couldn't finish the job.
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The Bats ended a four game losing streak with a 5-4 win over the Indianapolis Indians Saturday.
The Bats' rocky season continued Friday night to the tune of a 4-1 loss to the Indianapolis Indians.
The Bats continued to struggle offensively Thursday night to the tune of a 2-1 loss in 15 innings.
Brett Tomko had another terrific start but didn't get any run support as the Bats lost 2-0 Tuesday.
The Bats battled back from at 6-1 deficit to tie but never could take the lead as they fell in 13 to the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs.
Neftali Soto broke the record just as the Bats were beginning to play the same ole song.