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Bisons jump out to early lead but fall 6-2 to Louisville

STAFF REPORTS

LOUISVILLE, K.Y. -- The Bisons scored early with a couple of runs in the first two innings but six unanswered runs by the Bats was too much for the Herd to overcome in a 6-2 loss Wednesday night in Louisville. 
After the Bisons were ahead by two, the Bats tied up the game with a run in each of the third and fourth innings. D.J. Peterson tied the game on a solo home run to lead off the fourth.
Peterson gave Buffalo more trouble in the fifth when he hit his second longball of the game--a three-run home run to open up a four-run lead. 
Conor Fisk and Claudio Custodio each provided solid relief outings. They worked back-to-back clean innings and retired the side in order during the sixth and seventh innings.
Dalton Pompey reached base in three of his four at-bats. He doubled to lead off the game in the first and drew two walks. 
Anthony Alford and Rowdy Tellez both had multi-hit games. Alford belted a solo blast in the second and singled in the sixth and in the ninth. Tellez had a pair of singles, one in the fourth and one in the sixth, to go along with a stolen base.