Found May 07, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
Despite Donnie Joseph allowing his first run and blown save, the Blue Wahoos were victorious in 12. Indianapolis 4 Louisville 2 -Brett Tomko pitched another solid game for the Bats (10-21), striking out six over six innings and allowing two earned runs. Josh Judy (1-2) took the loss giving up two earned in 1/3 of an inning. -2B Chris Valaika was 2-4 with a double, an RBI, and a run scored. RF Danny Dorn knocked in the other run. Pensacola 4 Mississippi 3 (12 innings) -It took 12 innings and seven pitchers, but the Blue Wahoos (15-16) prevailed. Tim Gustafson started and threw six innings of two earned-run baseball. Donnie Joseph allowed his first run of the season, and was charged with the blown save. Wirfin Obispo (1-0) got the win with two scoreless innings. Justin Freeman picked up the save getting the final out of the game. -LF Cody Puckett had a solo home run, and finished with two RBI. SS Didi Gregorius and RF Josh Fellhauer both went 3-6 with a run scored. The r...
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