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Stripers Fall 3-2 to Louisville in Tight Battle

By Dave Lezotte

Media Relations Manager and Broadcaster

Tucker Davidson tossed 7.0 two-run innings, but the Gwinnett Stripers (27-25) fell 3-2 to the Louisville Bats (18-33) in a tight game on Friday night at Coolray Field.

Decisive Plays: Alex Dickerson (5) smashed his second home run in a three-day span to give the Stripers a 1-0 lead in the second inning, but the teams traded blows throughout the game, leaving the score tied at 2-2 through seven innings. Ronnie Dawson drove in the decisive run in the ninth inning with a single off Seth Elledge (L, 1-2) scoring Juniel Querecuto.

Key Contributors: Davidson's 7.0 innings were a season high as he allowed two runs on eight hits and struck out eight. John Nogowski (1-for-2, double, run, three walks, stolen base) reached base four times, while Delino DeShields Jr. (1-for-2, double, stolen base) reached three times. For the Bats, Querecuto went 4-for-4 with two doubles, a home run (1), two runs, and two RBIs.

Noteworthy: Davidson's start was his first at Coolray Field since May 4 vs. Charlotte. Dickerson has homered in consecutive appearances for the first time since June 4-5, 2021 with San Francisco. The loss snaps Gwinnett's six-game home winning streak over Louisville that dated back to May 14, 2021.

Next Game (Saturday, June 4): Gwinnett vs. Louisville, 6:05 p.m. at Coolray Field. RHP Nolan Kingham (1-0, 2.96 ERA) for the Stripers vs. RHP Justin Nicolino (0-1, 16.20 ERA) for the Bats. Radio Broadcast: 5:50 p.m. on The first 1,000 fans will receive their own replica "Button Gwinnett" jersey, modeled after the Stripers' popular Patriotic uniforms from 2021. Available in medium and XL sizes only. Please note, this giveaway is one per person, and fans with extra tickets will not be permitted to exit the ballpark and re-enter to claim additional jerseys. Presented By Gwinnett Daily Post.

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