Sanchez Homers For The Third Time In Three Games, But Indians Lose

Louisville Bats  7,  Indianapolis Indians  4 (Box)   The Louisville Bats scored in five consecutive innings as they beat the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field tonight.  The loss ended the Indians’ 8-game winning streak, and gave the Indians a 5-1 record in this extended home-and-home 6-game series against the Bats.  C Tony Sanchez and CF Jose Tabata led the Indians with two hits each, including Sanchez’s third...

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Locke and Clement Lead Indians To 8th Consecutive Win

Indianapolis Indians  6,  Louisville Bats  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians provided some fireworks at Victory Field tonight, as a preview of the post-game stadium and city fireworks.  Indians’ batters belted out four home runs, with 1B Jeff Clement contributing two of them.  Starter Jeff Locke earned his 7th win of the season, throwing 7 one-hit innings and allowing just one run. The Indians jumped out to an early lead...

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Von Rosenberg, Offense Solid as West Virginia Blasts Lakewood

Zack Von Rosenberg’s up-and-down tenure in West Virginia was back up Wednesday. The 21-year old from Louisiana matched his season-high with six innings pitched and allowed two runs on five hits with four strikeouts to get the win as the Power trounced Lakewood 13-2 at Appalachian Power Park. Von Rosenberg (2-2, 4.75 ERA) was not overpowering Wednesday but was able to get the BlueClaws to hit a lot of fly balls to the outfield...

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Clay Holmes Labors In Third Start Of Pro Career

The State College Spikes lost 5-3 to the Batavia Muckdogs on Monday night, their first home defeat of the season. Starting pitcher Clay Holmes wasn’t as sharp as his previous two scoreless outings, and several sloppy plays cost the Spikes throughout the game. In addition, the team managed only five hits, all singles. On the plus side, once again the bullpen impressed and kept the Spikes in the game.   Clay Holmes After...

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Another Strong Start For Luis Heredia

The State College Spikes defeated the Batavia Muckdogs 1-0 in 10 innings on Sunday night, the first time in Spikes history that a scoreless game was carried into extra innings. The Spikes were led by another strong start from heralded prospect Luis Heredia, and relievers Josh Smith, Kyle Haynes, and Jordan Cooper backed Heredia up with 5 scoreless innings of relief. Chris Diaz delivered a walk-off single with no outs in the 10th and...

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Jake Burnette Cruises After Shaky First Inning

NILES, Oh. — The State College Spikes (7-6) lost 3-1 to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers (6-7) on Saturday night. The Spikes had a good start from right-hander Jake Burnette, but the offense only combined for one run on four hits as they were swept in the three game series.   Jake Burnette Jake Burnette made his third start of the season with the State College on Saturday and allowed two runs over five innings in the Spikes...

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