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Louisville 9 Columbus 8 Bats (50-80), Last place International League West, 26.5 GB -Sean Gallagher (W 10-9, 4.92) got the win, allowing five runs, four earned, in five innings. Bill Bray gave up three earned runs in 2/3 of an inning. J.J. Hoover picked up his 13th save. -CF Denis Phipps went crazy, with a 3-3 game, including two home runs (13) and six RBI. Pensacola 9 Montgomery 2 Blue Wahoos (63-62, 29-27), 2nd place Southern League South, 2.0 GB -Wirfin Obispo struck out seven over five innings of one-run baseball. Wilkin De La Rosa (W 1-1, 2.39) was the winner with 1.1 scoreless innings. -SS Billy Hamilton was 2-3, with a triple and two RBI. He currently sits on 143 stolen bases, in his pursuit of 146 to break the record. RF Josh Fellhauer had two hits and three RBI. 1B Beau Mills (10) and 3B David Vidal (10) each homered. Bakersfield 6 High Desert 5 Blaze (63-62, 22-33), 4th place California League North, 10.0 GB -Tim Crabbe (W 4-0,...
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