Recently, the Bats honored Triple A's top thief in a Billy Hamilton bobblehead, this got me thinking about some of the other bobbleheads that the Bats have made to commemorate various moments.
You can see the boys of summer in January. Might want to pack a jacket.
One of the most inspiring teams in all of sports took Louisville Slugger Field by storm on Labor Day. It was the Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team.
The Louisville Bats looked to a veteran Wednesday night to top the Columbus Clippers 4-2.
The Louisville Bats finally made it over the hump and got their third straight victory in dramatic fashion.
Take a look back at the remarkable season of the 2010 Louisville Bats. This is the fourth part of a series that will recap Louisville's drive for a third straight International League West title.
Take a look back at the remarkable season of the 2010 Louisville Bats. This is the second part of a series that will recap Louisville's drive for a third straight International League West title.
The Louisville Bats capped off an incredible, and improbable, 2010 regular season Monday. Here is a look back at the Top 10 moments of the 2010 season so far, as the Bats prepare for their best-of-five playoff series that begins at 6:05 p.m. Wednesday night against the Durham Bulls at Louisville Slugger Field.
Louisville left-hander Ben Jukich, left, threw seven solid innings, giving up three hits while walking one and striking out seven over seven innings in the Bats' 8-3 win at Toledo on Wednesday night. The victory kept Louisville a half-game behind Columbus in the International League West, but gave them a four game lead over Syracuse in the IL wildcard race with five games to play.
Columbus outfielder Jose Constanza. The outfielder went 4-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored to lead Columbus to a 5-2 win over the Louisville Bats on Thursday night at Louisville Slugger Field. The loss, Louisville's fifth in a row to Columbus, narrowed its lead in the International League West to a half-game heading into Friday's night final meeting of the regular season between the two teams.
Veteran catcher Corky Miller, left, ignited the Louisville Bats' comeback from a 3-0 deficit in the final two innings of their 6-3 victory over the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field on Monday night. Miller hit a leadoff home run in the eighth inning, then a go-ahead, two-run double in the ninth to help Louisville keep its half-game lead over Columbus in the International League West.
In their first home game since Aug. 8 the Louisville Bats extended their franchise-record home winning streak to 12 games with an 8-5 victory over Syracuse on Tuesday night. Yonder Alonso, left, led Louisville at the plate with three hits and three RBIs as the Bats stayed within 2 1/2 games of Columbus in the International League West.
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