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Louisville Overcomes Rough Start

Cincinnati is the fourth organization for minor league veteran Yohan Pino. After a cup of coffee at Pensacola he's made it to Louisville and six scoreless innings last night brought his ERA down to 0.70. Now 29 years old, the Venezuelan right-hander continues working for an MLB debut.

Things weren't looking good for the Louisville Bats at Buffalo Thursday after the Bison leadoff hitter smacked the first pitch from Armando Gallaraga over the wall. To make things worse, Galarraga took a line drive off his foot and left the game later that inning. Yohan Pino got the call for an impromptu "non-start" and he was up to the task, tossing six-plus scoreless innings in the Bats' 4-...

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