August 17, 2012 - 8:00am
The Bats took an early 4-0 lead but it quickly evaporated as they lost their sixth straight 6-4 to the Charlotte Knights.
Thursday night’s game against the Charlotte Knights could not have started better for the Louisville Bats. After three reached via the walk, Dioner Navarro belted his second grand slam of the season to give the Bats a 4-0 lead just one out into the game. Everything quickly unraveled and it...
August 16, 2012 - 10:00am
The Mascot Challenge concludes with the final four battling for mascot supremacy
Well, we have reached the “exciting” conclusion of the first ever great mascot challenge where high school mascots compete one on one for the title of champion. Four different brackets have led us here, and four mascots have beat out the competition to get them to this point. This...
August 16, 2012 - 8:00am
The Louisville Bats are now a season-low 30 games under the .500 mark after their 5-3 loss to the Charlotte Knights.
The Louisville Bats suffered their fifth straight loss Wednesday night 5-3 to the Charlotte Knights. Louisville mustered just five hits against Knights’ pitching and for the second straight night lost late in the game.Jared Mitchell’s seventh inning RBI double that scored Jose Lopez...
August 15, 2012 - 3:32pm
Heads up barrel racers time to turn and burn at an upcoming IBRA barrel racing s
Barrel racers with a need for speed can get their fix at the upcoming Old Capital Saddle Club IBRA barrel racing show on August 18 in Corydon, Indiana.
Old Capital Saddle Club in Corydon, Indiana will be hosting an IBRA barrel racing show on August 18. There is $250. added money. Warm ups start at noon with show starting at 2 pm. This show is Indiana and Kentucky IBRA sanctioned.Classes offered are: 2D Open Poles - $10.00, Pee Wee Barrels - $...
August 15, 2012 - 3:00pm
The Louisville Fantasy Restaurant Draft [Food & Dining]
by Lou
How do you combine restaurants and football in a way that interests both foodies and pigskin fans?
  This article appeared in the August 2012 edition of Louisville Magazine. Huddle up.How do you combine restaurants and football in a way that interests both foodies and pigskin fans? Easy —let Shawn Ward, the chef at Jack Fry’s, spike a head of lettuce on a football...