Louisville Bats: 17-36 overall, 191 run scored, 255 runs allowed.

In the last two weeks the Bats have gone 5-9, which is an improvement on their overall record, but they still sit 19 games under .500 while only having 17 wins. The offense does have a few players who are hot right now, starting with Danny Dorn who is hitting .375/.405/.600 over his last 10 games and is only hitless in one of those games (and he went 0-1 in that game). Joey Gathright was added to the Bats last week and has hit .415 with 3 walks in 5 games to help spark some offense. Brett Tomko remains the top starter on the team with a 3.18 ERA, though he is sitting with an 0-5 record on the season despite not allowing many runs (no unearned runs either). Pedro Villarreal has added some depth to the rotation in his 4 starts with a 3.70 ERA in 24.1 innings with just 2 walks and 18 strikeouts. Scott Carroll hasn’t allowed a run in his last 9.2 innings pitched where he has 2 walks and 9 strikeouts. Kanekoa Texeira continues to defy logic with a 0.81 ERA despite 3 more walks than strikeouts on the season. Josh Judy has pitched well with a 3.86 ERA in 23.1 innings with 27 strikeouts, though he does have a high number of walks (16). Nick Christiani has had an impressive May with a 1.84 ERA in 14.2 innings, though he does have 6 walks and 5 strikeouts in that time frame.

Pensacola Blue Wahoos: 24-28 overall, 200 runs scored, 216 runs allowed.

Josh Fellhauer has been the most consistent hitter on the Blue Wahoos since Henry Rodriguez went down with an injury. Fellhauer is hitting .333/.421/.465 on the season with 15 walks and 16 strikeouts. Andrew Means has been with the Blue Wahoos for just over two weeks and has hit .333/.368/.528 since being promoted. Kyle Lotzkar has been somewhat solid for the Blue Wahoos as he has toed a wild line to post a 3.20 ERA with 18 walks and 20 strikeouts in 19.2 innings. Daniel Corcino has had a strong May with a 3.72 ERA in 29 innings with 11 walks and 34 strikeouts. Tim Crabbe has posted a 3.65 ERA in May, though like Lotzkar he has toed a fine line with 18 walks and 23 strikeouts in 24.2 innings. Donnie Joseph continues to just run through the league with a 0.67 ERA in 27 innings with 12 saves, 6 walks and 40 strikeouts. Wilkin De La Rosa, like several other pitchers, is walking that tight rope with a 1.32 ERA in 13.2 innings with 10 walks and 9 strikeouts. Chris Manno has a 2.25 ERA in May with 10 strikeouts and 5 walks in 8 innings. Justin Freeman has a 3.24 ERA on the season with 5 walks and 22 strikeouts in 25 innings pitched.

Bakersfield Blaze: 28-23 overall, 255 runs scored, 222 runs allowed.

The Blaze have gotten an infusion on offense from speedster Theo Bowe just over two weeks ago. Bowe is hitting .382/.460/.564 since being called up from Dayton with 9 steals. Donald Lutz went to the DL after taking a foul ball off of his foot. Bryson Smith is hitting .342/.419/.490 on the season. His .342 average ranks him 5th in the league. Despite being in a month long slump (.250/.311/.339), Billy Hamilton seems to be breaking out of it with an 8 game hitting streak. He also has an insane 54 steals through May 29th. On the pitching side of things Tony Cingrani continues to lead the way with a 1.11 ERA in 56.2 innings with 13 walks and 71 strikeouts which rank first and second in the league. Chad Rogers has posted a 2.14 ERA on the season in 54.2 innings and Justice French has been able to match that ERA through his 4 starts and 21 innings. Josh Smith has put together a good May after some struggles in April. In 34.1 innings he has a 3.41 ERA and 30 strikeouts with just 11 walks. Brian Pearl has led the bullpen with a 1.37 ERA in 26.1 innings with 6 walks and 30 strikeouts. The rest of the bullpen has had some struggles of late.

Dayton Dragons: 19-33 overall, 182 runs scored, 245 runs allowed.

The Dragons are by far the worst offense in the league, sitting dead last in runs scored (by 13 behind the next closest team) and in OPS (21 points behind the the next closest team). Kurtis Muller has done his part to try and get the team out of the offensive funk it has been on with a .441/.472/.676 in his 8 games since being called up from extended spring training. Ryan Wright has been on fire lately despite his hitting streak coming to an end last night. He has hit .486/.513/.676 over his last 10 games with 7 doubles. He is hitting .349/.384/.491 in May overall. Kyle Waldrop won the Midwest League player of the week this past week and has hit .297/.350/.459 over his last 10 games. The pitching has been struggling as of late, allowing 79 runs over the last 14 games. Jacob Johnson has made three starts since coming off of shoulder surgery and he has posted a 2.40 ERA in 15 innings so far. The rest of the rotation has been struggling of late. Ryan Kemp has a 2.30 ERA out of the bullpen in 27.1 innings with 11 walks and 21 strikeouts. Michael Dennhardt has a 2.89 ERA in 9.1 innings since being called up from extended spring training. Carlos Contreras has a 3.16 ERA in 25.2 innings with 13 walks and 25 strikeouts.