VandenHurk And Indians Struggle In Columbus

Columbus Clippers  5,  Indianapolis Indians  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians began their longest road trip of the season with a disappointing loss to their divisional rivals, the Columbus Clippers at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio tonight.  Starter Rick VandenHurk suffered only his 4th loss of the season as he allowed 3 runs on  6 hits and 2 walks, though he struck out 7 batters.  The Indians’ hitters managed only...

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Justin Wilson Throws an Eight Inning No-Hitter

Indianapolis Indians  3,  Charlotte Knights  0 (Box)   It still counts. Even though the game was cut short, after 7.5 innings due to a thunderstorm, Justin Wilson still gets to count this game as a no-hitter. Wilson pitched eight no-hit innings, including one in the pouring rain, before the game was halted.  In fact, he simply mowed down the Charlotte batters, one after another, completely dominating the game.  Wilson has buzzed...

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Justin Wilson Throws Second No Hitter of the 2012 Season

For the second time this year, Justin Wilson has been part of a no-hitter for Indianapolis. Earlier this season, the left-hander was part of a three man no-hitter, joined by Jose Diaz and Doug Slaten. This time around he pitched eight no-hit innings. That was all he needed, as the game was called due to rain with Indianapolis leading 3-0 at the time. Wilson gave up just one walk and struck out five in the outing. He was extremely...

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State College Player Reports 8/8/12: Creasy, Harlan, Crumlich

A night after posting a solid win, the State College Spikes dropped the final game of their two-game mini-series with the Batavia Muckdogs Wednesday at Batavia’s Dwyer Stadium. The Spikes lost 6-3 as they managed 10 hits off Batavia left-hander Tyler Melling, who was named to the NY-Penn League All-Star Team. But the Spikes hurt themselves with three errors in the first four innings. Jason Creasy Jason Creasy, a 2011...

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Kyle McPherson’s Indians Debut Spoiled by Knights

  Charlotte Knights  2,  Indianapolis Indians  1 (Box)   The newest Indianapolis Indian made his debut this afternoon at Victory Field, hurling 6 scoreless innings and striking out 6 batters.  Kyle McPherson, just promoted from AA Altoona, allowed 3 hits and was responsible for the first of the Charlotte Knights’ runs.  He did not figure into the decision, though, as the game was tied at 1-1 when he finished his...

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State College Player Notes 8/7/12: Holmes, Gaffney, Stallings

Shortstop Chris Diaz hit his first professional home run, starter Clay Holmes pitched five scoreless innings, and the State College Spikes scored two runs on three wild pitches in the top of the 10th inning to escape with a 4-2 win over the Batavia Muckdogs Tuesday night at Batavia’s Dwyer Stadium. “It’s a good win,” State College manager Dave Turgeon said. “We needed it. The worm was kind of turning at home....

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