September 3, 2012 - 8:00am
In the midst of a monsoon, the Louisville Bats' monsoon of losses mounted even higher with a 11-6 loss to the Indianapolis Indians.
It rained, it poured, and the Louisville Bats slipped into the wrong end of the history books. The Indianapolis Indians pounded the Bats 11-6 on a rainy Sunday night before 8,935 at Louisville Slugger Field. The loss was the Bats’ sixth straight and their 92nd on the season. The 92 losses...
September 2, 2012 - 8:00am
Joey Votto homered in his rehab appearance but the Bats fell to the Clippers 5-1.
COLUMBUS, Oh. -- The Louisville Bats will have to win their final two games to avoid distinction as the worst team in franchise history. The Columbus Clippers completed a five-game sweep of the Bats 5-1 on a rain-soaked Saturday night. 9,763 were at Huntington Park for the Clippers’ final...
September 1, 2012 - 5:58pm
Interview with Cincinnati Reds' All Star First Baseman Joey Votto.
Cincinnati Reds All Star first baseman Joey Votto is making a rehab appearance with the Louisville Bats tonight in Columbus. Votto was kind enough to take a few minutes and do an interview with me. Here it is:  Be sure to leave plenty of feedback and let us know what you think.
September 1, 2012 - 8:00am
The Louisville Bats continued down the road of shame, falling for the 90th time in 2012 13-2 to the Columbus Clippers.
COLUMBUS, Oh. -- The Louisville Bats continued their historic fall into the wrong end of the record books Friday night. Louisville became the second team in modern franchise history (since 1982) to lose at least 90 games as the Columbus Clippers put a 13-2 beat down on the Bats. It was also the...
August 31, 2012 - 8:00am
The Louisville Bats had their frustrations continue Thursday night with a 2-0 loss to the Columbus Clippers.
COLUMBUS, OH -- A frustrating season is coming to a frustrating end for the Louisville Bats. The Bats lost their third straight game to the Columbus Clippers 2-0 Thursday night, marking their 49th road loss of the season, tying a franchise record. 9,164 were in attendance at Huntington Park....