A look at the week that was for the Louisville Bats.
The Louisville Bats couldn't come up with extra-inning magic two nights in a row in their 3-2 loss at Columbus on Wednesday night.
The Louisville Bats completed their three-game sweep at Syracuse - their first since 1989 - with a 4-2 win Wednesday afternoon in New York.
The Louisville Bats swept the host Syracuse Chiefs in an International League doubleheader Tuesday night in New York.
The Louisville Bats bounced back from consecutive losses with a 5-1 win at Pawtucket on Sunday afternoon in Rhode Island.
The Louisville Bats lost their second straight game, falling 5-4 at Pawtucket on Saturday night in International League action.
A trio of Pawtucket pitchers nearly tossed a perfect game against the Louisville Bats on Friday night in the Red Sox 1-0 win in Rhode Island.
The Louisville Bats went over the .500 mark for the first time all season with a 10-2 trouncing of Toledo on Wednesday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
Ramon Cabrera went 3-for-3 with three RBIs to lead the Louisville Bats to their 10th win in 13 games, a 4-3 triumph over visiting Toledo on Tuesday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
Slugger Field will display a mobile replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in observance of Memorial Day.
The only Monday you'll ever look forward to, probably.
Louisville Bats manager Delino DeShields wasn't around to see the finish of his team's 9-3 loss - which ended his team's four-game winning streak - to visiting Norfolk on Monday night after being ejected in the sixth inning.