The Bats hit 4 homeruns in the game, 2 of which came off the bat of Alvin Colina. Colina went 3-5 with 2 homeruns, 5 rbis, and 3 runs scored. Drew Anderson went 4-6 with 3 runs scored. Jolbert Cabrera and Andy Green each hit a homerun in the game.
The Lookouts scored 6 runs in the top of the 9th to come back from an 8-2 deficit to force extra innings. Unfortunately, Tennessee scored in the bottom of the 11th off of Pedro Viola to win. Viola gave up 1 run on 1 hit and 3 walks for the loss.
Sean Henry’s 3-run homer in the 9th inning with 2 outs helped the Lookouts come back in the game. The homerun was Henry’s only hit in the game. Eric Eymann and Drew Anderson each had 2 hits in the game.
1 run on 2 hits for the Reds. Daniel Guerrero’s ERA is now 7.31 after this start. Need I say more?
And with this loss by Dayton, the Reds farm system was swept on Thursday. Justin Reed, Denis Phipps, and Michael McKennon had 1 hit each in the game, with that hit being a double. Reed and McKennon each had an rbi.
Luis Montano dropped to 6-4 on the season with the loss. Montano gave up 6 runs on 6 hits and a walk in 5 innings pitched. Montano has struggled of late, allowing at least 4 earned runs in 5 of his last 6 starts.
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