The rain came down hard late in the Bats' 8-3 loss to the Indianapolis Indians, sparking some controversey.
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The Bats didn't get off on the right foot to open their homestand Saturday, losing to the Indianapolis Indians 10-3.
Dioner Navarro is the only Bats player heading to the Triple-A All Star Game. And deservedly so...
The Louisville Bats, after winning nine staight, are on a slide now, having lost three straight to the Buffalo Bisons.
This season for the Louisville Bats, when it's going good--it's going real good. And when it's going bad...
The Louisville Bats saw their nine game winning streak come to an end Wednesday afternoon with a 9-4 loss to the Buffalo Bisons.
The Bats, who couldn't figure out how to win close ones earlier, are suddenly finding ways to win. They did it again Tuesday night, picking up their ninth straight win.
In a complete 180 from earlier in the season, the Bats are finding ways to win games. They came from behind twice Monday en route to a 6-3 win, their eighth straight.
The Louisville Bats' offense fell a bit flat Sunday afternoon, but the pitching stepped up in a big way.
The Louisville Bats just keep on keeping on. Their winning streak has reached six games with 7-5 win over the Pawtucket Red Sox Saturday.
It was a long night for the Louisville Bats, but at the end of the night, they came away victorious with their fifth straight win.