The Chattanooga Lookouts had one of those rare nights when they didn't seem to miss Andrew Lambo.
After eight fairly lackluster innings, the Chattanooga Lookouts finally showed some fire in the bottom of the ninth inning Friday night. But it wasn’t enough to keep them from losing their fourth straight game.
The Chattanooga Lookouts arrived from the south. The Carolina Mudcats arrived from the east and won. The rain arrived from the west and won, too.
Mobile starting pitcher Bryan Henry allowed just three hits in five innings as the BayBears capped a doubleheader sweep with a 6-0 victory after winning the first game 4-2.
MOBILE, Ala. -- Chattanooga and Mobile were scheduled to play a pair of seven-inning games Tuesday evening, but rain halted the opener after six innings with the visiting Lookouts winning 6-1.
MOBILE, Ala. — Two singles and a Bryan Bryne sacrifice fly in the ninth inning gave the Mobile BayBears a 5-4 win over Chattanooga in Southern League baseball Saturday night.
Mississippi left fielder Cody Johnson hit his second home run in as many nights to lead the Braves to a 9-1 whipping of the Chattanooga Lookouts at AT&T Field, but Johnson's always been known for power.
Mississippi erupts after trailing 5-0
Mario Alvarez pitched six scoreless innings and the Chattanooga Lookouts had everything going their way for most of Thursday night's game at AT&T Field. But the Mississippi Braves erupted in the final two innings and beat the Lookouts 11-5.
Dee Gordon’s one-out single to right field scored Dustin Yount from second in the bottom of the ninth to push the Chattanooga Lookouts to a 5-4 win over Mississippi on Wednesday afternoon at AT&T Field.
Carolina scored six runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to break a tie and beat the Chattanooga Lookouts 11-6 on Saturday.
Chattanooga’s hopes of taking two straight at Carolina were dashed when the Mudcats rallied for a 9-7 victory behind two-RBI doubles to center field by Sean Henry in the sixth inning and Jake Kahaulelio in the seventh, each occurring with two out.
The Chattanooga Lookouts' game Thursday night against the Carolina Mudcats was tied 5-5 after 10 innings when it was halted by lightning and rain. The two teams will resume in the 11th inning tonight at 6, followed by the regularly scheduled game.
Carolina starting pitcher Matt Klinker threw six scoreless innings, and his one-out infield hit in the fourth inning scored Chris Denove to cap the scoring as the Mudcats beat the Lookouts 3-0.
Trio have big-league fathers
When outfielder Dustin Yount joined Chattanooga's roster last weekend, replacing the suspended Andrew Lambo, it gave the Lookouts three players whose fathers had lengthy and successful major-league careers.
Chattanooga Lookouts left fielder Andrew Lambo was suspended 50 games Saturday following a second positive test for a drug of abuse in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.