June 20, 2010 - 9:49am
The Louisville Bats had an atrocious April, but they bounced back in May. Here is a two-month recap of the Bats' season so far.
By Josh Cook The first month of the Triple-A baseball season was less than ideal for the Louisville Bats. "That's quite an understatement," Louisville manager Rick Sweet corrects a reporter, who didn't feel like he had to state the obvious, after a recent game. "It was the...
June 8, 2010 - 9:13pm
While their former teammate, Stephen Strasburg was making a sensational big league debut, the Syracuse Chiefs blew a 5-0 lead before beating the Bats on Pete Orr's two-run homer in the eighth inning.
By Josh Cook On a night when their former teammate made a dazzling Major League debut the Syracuse Chiefs blew a 5-0 lead against the Louisville Bats before Pete Orr's two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth gave them a 7-6 win Tuesday night in Syracuse, N.Y. While Stephen...
June 8, 2010 - 11:20am
Tony Kimbro made headlines around the state last week when he decided to transfer back to the city of Louisville and play his senior season at Jeffersontown. I caught up with Kimbro and asked him about his decision.
Tony Kimbro made headlines around the state last week when he decided to transfer back to the city of Louisville and play his senior season of basketball at Jeffersontown. I caught up with Kimbro and asked him about his decision. Kimbro has played for Christ School in North Carolina for the...
July 29, 2012 - 6:52pm
by Eve Lee
Starting this week, Metro Parks and Recreation offers an extensive schedule of Adapted Leisure activities for individuals with mental and/or physical disabilities, their friends and families.
 
June 8, 2010 - 12:19am
Senior catcher Jeff Arnold, and five of his University of Louisville teammates and classmates, saw their college careers end with Monday night's 3-2 loss to Vanderbilt in the NCAA Louisville Regional final, but they leave behind a legacy.
By Josh Cook Jeff Arnold & Co. were robbed. Not literally of course. Well, kind of. But really it's University of Louisville baseball fans who should feel like they've just been fleeced.