Indians End Their Season With Loss But Locke Strikes Out 6

Louisville Bats  5,  Indianapolis Indians  2 [ box ] The Indianapolis Indians wrapped up their 2011 season with a loss to the Bats at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, KY this afternoon.  The loss gives the Indians a final record of 76- 68, which is their best record in the past 5 seasons.  They also finished their season season against the Bats with a 12-10 record. Jeff Locke made the final start for the Tribe.  He began by...

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Jackson Covers Offense And Defense In Indians Win

Indianapolis Indians  5,  Louisville Bats  3 [ box ] Tribe reliever Steven Jackson got in on both sides of the action in the Indians’ win over the Louisville Bats at Louisville Slugger Field on this next-to-last day of the International League season.  The righty pitched 2 innings of relief and earned the win for the Indians, and in a rare plate appearance for a relief pitcher, Jackson’s RBI single drove in a tie-breaking...

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Kyle McPherson Recap 9/4/11

Kyle McPherson had a great start tonight in Altoona’s 1-0 win in 11 innings.  He went five shutout innings, allowing two hits, no walks, and striking out five.  He was delayed for 43 minutes by a rain delay in the second inning, but came back out allowing just one hit in the final three innings. “I felt the best I’ve felt in awhile tonight,” McPherson said after the game. The performance capped off a great...

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Indians Win Home Finale, But A Playoff Spot Is Not At The End Of Their Rainbow

Indianapolis Indians  8,  Louisville Bats  7 [ box ] The Indianapolis Indians won their final home game at Victory Field tonight, cutting short the Louisville Bats’ rally in the top of the 9th.  But as the Tribe was winning, the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs were also winning, 3-0 over the Buffalo Bison.  That eliminates the Indians from the Wild Card race.  Lehigh Valley has a 78-64 record with 2 games left to play, and the Indians...

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Altoona Loses After Missed Call in 12th

Pittsburgh Pirates fans might have heard this story before.  Extra innings.  Play at the plate.  Obvious call that was missed by the umpire.  Other team ends up winning.  That’s what happened tonight in Altoona.  The Curve attempted to score the winning run in the bottom of the 12th inning on a sacrifice fly by Matt Curry.  Jeremy Farrell arrived just after the tag, but knocked the ball out of the catcher’s glove....

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Volquez Strikes Out 12 Indians InTribe Loss

Louisville Bats  5,  Indianapolis Indians  2 [ box ]   Louisville’s Edison Volquez, who was not one of the eight Bats’ players called up to the Reds when major league rosters expanded yesterday, took his frustration out on the Indians tonight, earning the win as the Reds beat the Tribe at Victory Field tonight.  Volquez pitched 7 innings and allowed two runs — one earned and one unearned — on 5 hits, while...

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