(Pawtucket, RI) - The PawSox offensive woes continued on Tuesday night as Louisville won at McCoy, 5-1. Pawtucket outhit the Bats, but the Sox stranded twelve baserunners, including the bases loaded three times. Pawtucket managed just a single run in the fourth as Carlos Febles drove in Kelly Shoppach. The Sox have scored just two runs in their last twenty innings. The club drops to three games under .500 at 28-31. Tim Kester (5-4) took the loss. After going 0-3, shortstop Nomar Garciaparra said he felt fine and that "there's a very good chance" he could be back in Pawtucket Wednesday night. The teams square off again at 7:05. Brad Thomas (0-1) gets the rehab start. He'll be opposed by Brandon Claussen (3-4).
Notice the very good chance that he will be back there today!