September 2, 2010 - 10:05pm
The Louisville Bats built an early 4-1 lead at Indianapolis, but the Indians rallied for a 7-5 win at Victory Field on Thursday night. The loss dropped Louisville 1 1/2 games behind Columbus, which beat Toledo on Thursday, in the International League West with four games to play. The Bats, however, do lead Syracuse by three games in the IL wildcard race.
By Josh Cook Things started well for the Louisville Bats on Thursday night, but they didn't end that way. The Bats blew an early 4-1 lead as host Indianapolis rallied for a 7-5 win at Victory Field. The loss dropped Louisville (77-62) 1 1/2 games behind Columbus (79-61), an 8-0 winner...
September 1, 2010 - 11:31pm
Louisville left-hander Ben Jukich, left, threw seven solid innings, giving up three hits while walking one and striking out seven over seven innings in the Bats' 8-3 win at Toledo on Wednesday night. The victory kept Louisville a half-game behind Columbus in the International League West, but gave them a four game lead over Syracuse in the IL wildcard race with five games to play.
By Josh Cook Ben Jukich and the Louisville Bats manhandled the Toledo Mud Hens on Wednesday night. Jukich threw seven solid innings, while the Bats pounded out 11 hits to beat host Toledo 8-3 at Fifth Third Field. The victory kept Louisville (77-61) a half-game behind Columbus (78-61),...
September 1, 2010 - 10:44am
Friday is almost here and that means another exciting night of high football in the Louisville area. Here is a look at some of the top games this week.
Friday is almost here and that means another exciting night of high school football in the Louisville area. Here is a look at some of the top games this week. Central at BallardCentral is off to a 1-1 start. The Yellowjacketts feature one of the city's top juniors, running back Anthony Wales. Wales...
August 31, 2010 - 10:33pm
A pair of pitchers limited Louisville to only four hits as the host Toledo Mud Hens beat the Bats 4-1 in just two hours and six minutes at Fifth Third Field on Tuesday night. The loss dropped Louisville a half-game behind Columbus in the International League West with six games remaining in the regular season. But the good news is the Bats lead Buffalo and Syracuse by four games in the IL wildcard race.
By Josh Cook It was a quick and costly loss for the Louisville Bats on Tuesday night. A pair of pitchers limited Louisville to only four hits as the host Toledo Mud Hens beat the Bats 4-1 in just two hours and six minutes at Fifth Third Field.
August 31, 2010 - 8:49am
Big Blue Country on Baxter Avenue hopes for another "Big Blue Invasion" this weekend as the city prepares for the regional football event of the year.
I do my best to stay out of all sports rivalries for a variety of reasons: 1) I have absolutely no real understanding of why people invest themselves emotionally in watching 18-year-old kids knock each other around and cultivate destructive egos, and 2) I have no real understanding of how any...