• Indians Work Around Three Errors For A Win

    Indianapolis Indians  6,  Norfolk Tides  4 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians began their 4-game series against the Norfolk Tides with a win at Harbor Park in Norfolk, Virginia tonight.  The win gives the Tribe a 4-1 record so far on this 8-game road trip, after they won the series in Durham 3...

  • Jeff Locke Throws Seven Shutout Innings in Indy Loss

    A day after Justin Wilson, Jose Diaz, and Doug Slaten combined for a no hitter against the Durham Bulls, the Bulls came close to a no hitter of their own. Durham starter Matt Torra took a no hitter in to the eighth inning, but lost it when Jordy Mercer hit a grounder...

  • Justin Wilson Leads Combined No Hitter For Indianapolis

    Indianapolis Indians starter Justin Wilson combined with relievers Jose Diaz and Doug Slaten for a no-hitter today against the Durham Bulls. Wilson threw 7.1 no-hit innings, with two walks and nine strikeouts. It was the first no-hitter that Wilson has ever been a part of. It was also the highlight of a...

  • Owens Continues Hot Start to 2012 With Seven Shutout Innings

    Rudy Owens had a big start tonight for the Indianapolis Indians, throwing seven shutout innings, while allowing six hits, one walk, and striking out six, while leading Indianapolis to a 2-0 win. The start for Owens was his second straight outing with seven shutout innings. It did come against a rare lineup...

  • Indianapolis Bats Explode For 13 Runs on 18 Hits

    The Indianapolis Indians had a great night at the plate, scoring 13 runs on 18 hits against the Durham Bulls, winning 13-2 in game one of a four game series. They scored eight runs in the first two innings, and didn’t see their first one-two-three inning until the 9th. The Indians got...

  • Altoona Wins on a Strong Start From Brandon Cumpton

    ALTOONA, Pa. — Right-hander Brandon Cumpton got the start for the Double-A Curve after the game was delayed for over an hour and 16 minutes. Cumpton allowed two runs on five hits over 7.2 innings. He walked two and struck out three while throwing 91 pitches, 62 strikes. Cumpton was the first...

  • Indians’ Fox Rocks His Homecoming

    Indianapolis Indians  5,  Louisville Bats  1 (Box)   Indians’ Jake Fox missed the first two weeks of the season with an oblique muscle strain.  He came off the DL while the Indians were in Louisville, and made a pinch-hit appearance there, then another pinch-hit appearance at Victory Field last night.  Today, though,...

  • Locke Earns Strong Win As Tribe Tie The Series

    Indianapolis Indians  5,  Louisville Bats  3 (Box)   A strong effort by starter Jeff Locke, effective relief pitching, and timely hitting gave the Indians the win over the Louisville Bats at Victory field tonight, and tied this 5-game series at 2 games each.  Locke earned his second win of the season with...

  • Indians Hurt by Walks In Loss

    Louisville Bats 4,  Indianapolis Indians  2 (Box) A total of 11 batters walked in tonight’s game between the Indianapolis Indians and the Louisville Bats at Louisville Slugger Park in Louisville, Kentucky.  Six of those were Louisville batters, walked by the Indians’ pitchers, and five Tribe batters walked.  Indians’ starter Justin Wilson surrendered...

  • Indians Waste Owens’ Brilliant Start

    Louisville Bats  3,  Indianapolis Indians  2 (Box)   An excellent start by Rudy Owens went to waste this afternoon at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, Kentucky.  The Indianapolis Indians and Owens had the game under control until the bottom of the 9th, when the Bats took the lead and the win with...

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