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Despite 15 strikeouts, the Bats scored nine runs in their win over the Mud Hens Louisville 9 Toledo 3 -The Bats (2-3) won behind six innings of one-run baseball from Andrew Brackman (1-0), where he allowed just two hits, while walking one and striking out four. Scott Carroll threw two scoreless innings in relief. -CF Denis Phipps hit a two-run home run in the third inning. DH Todd Frazier was 2-5, with a double, a run scored and two RBI. 1B Neftali Soto, C Corky Miller, and 2B Kristopher Negron each had an RBI. LF Daryl Jones collected a triple. Pensacola 6 Montgomery 5 -The Blue Wahoos (4-1) keep rolling as J.C. Sulbaran struck out six over 5.1 innings, while allowing just two earned runs on six hits and two walks. Justin Freeman (2-0) got the win giving up one run over two innings. Clayton Tanner (1) saved the game with a scoreless 2/3 of an inning. -1B Mike Costanzo brought the mustard for a third-inning grand salami. RF Josh Fellhauer went 1-2 with two RBI....
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