Aroldis Chapman gave up only four hits and one run over 5 2/3 innings as the Louisville Bats beat Rochester 5-2 Sunday afternoon for their third straight victory.
For the second night in a row the Louisville Bats scored 16 runs to beat Rochester and win for the third time in their last five games.
For the second time this week the Louisville Bats' bats erupted for 15+ runs as they routed Rochester 16-3 Friday night.
The Louisville Bats lost for the 11th time in their last 12 games Thursday night in their return to Louisville Slugger Field.
The Louisville Bats rallied back from an early deficit, but blew a lead in the bottom of the ninth to lose 5-4 at Buffalo.
The Louisville Bats broke out of a season-long hitting slump for season-highs in runs and hits in a 20-7 win at Buffalo on Monday night.
Highly-touted rookie pitcher Aroldis Chapman is ready to begin chasing his big league dreams with the Louisville Bats.
Highly-touted pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman will start the baseball season with the Louisville Bats. You better catch a glimpse of him while you can.
After the Bengals faded away last weekend, my attention goes back to the hard ball and how the Reds are in first place (for now).
The Game 4 hero from the 2005 NLDS gets signed by the Reds to a minor league deal, placing him squarely at our own Louisville Slugger Field.
Hard to believe we're coming to the end of baseball season in Louisville, but thanks to a decent showing at Slugger Field in '09, we may get a slight extension.
The Louisville Bats begin their season tonight against the Columbus Clippers at Louisville Slugger Field. The first pitch is 7:05 p.m.