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    The Louisville Bats bounced back from back-to-back losses with a big win at Pawtucket on Sunday afternoon.

    Starting pitcher Jon Moscot threw six strong innings and three Bats had two hits apiece to lead Louisville to a 5-1 victory over the host Red Sox at McCoy Stadium.

    Moscot gave up one earned run on four hits while walking three and striking out three to improve to 7-1 on the season. The right-hander got out of a bases-loaded, one-out jam in the bottom of the first and cruised from there. His only mistake came in the sixth, when he gave up a home run to Todd Shaw.

    Eugenio Suarez, Ramon Cabrera and Ryan LaMarre had two hits each for the Bats (25-25), who plated single runs in the first, third and sixth innings and tallied two in the second.

    In the first Irving Falu received a leadoff walk, moved to second on Hernan Iribarren’s sacrifice, stole third, then scored on a passed ball.

    In the second, Jermaine Curtis received a leadoff walk, moved to third on Cabrera’s single to right field, then scored on a wild pitch, which also advanced Cabrera to second. Cabrera took third on another wild pitch by Pawtucket starter Justin Masterson, then scored on Jose Constanza’s line-drive double to left field.

    In the third Suarez homered to left with two outs.

    Suarez later singled to start the sixth, moved to second on Curtis’ ground out and scored on Cabrera’s ground-ball single to right field.

    Pawtucket plated a run in the bottom of the inning when Shaw led off with his homer to right-center field.

    Drew Hayes, Nick Christiani and Nate Adcock combined to hold Pawtucket to three hits, while walking three and striking out two, over the final three innings.

    The Bats begin a three-game series at Syracuse at 7:05 p.m. Monday. Louisville right-hander Dylan Axelrod (2-3, 3.83 earned run average) is scheduled to take on fellow righty Scott McGregor (3-4. 3.25 ERA).

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