Hague’s Grand Slam Boosts Indians; Tabata On Rehab

Indianapolis Indians  9,  Toledo Mud Hens  8 [ box ] 1B Matt Hague’s grand slam capped a 7-run 2nd inning for the Indians, but the Mud Hens had a big inning in the 4th, and the Indians had to regain and then hold the lead to get the win tonight at Victory Field.  Both teams had one big inning (the 2nd for the Indians, the 4th for the Hens) in which they batted around.  The Indians scored those 7 runs in their big inning, but two...

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Five-Run Third Inning Chases Owens And Sinks Indians

Toledo Mud Hens  8,  Indianapolis Indians  4 [ box ] The Mud Hens ganged up on Tribe starter Rudy Owens in the third inning tonight at Victory Field, and the Indians were not able to catch up after that.  Owens pitched only 2.2 innings and surrendered 5 runs on 8 hits, suffering his 7th loss of the season. The Indians started off well, putting the first run of the game onto the scoreboard in the bottom of the 1st.  2B Jordy Mercer...

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Ohlendorf Goes 6 Innings, As Indians Overcome 5 Errors

Indianapolis Indians  4,  Toledo Mud Hens  3 [ box ] Ross Ohlendorf made his second rehab start with the Indians, though he did not figure into the decisions as the Indians beat the Mud Hens at Victory Field tonight.  The Indians committed a season-high 5 errors in the game, though only two of them made a difference, contributing to one unearned run.  2B Jordy Mercer had a 3-for-4 night at the plate to lead the Indians offense, and he...

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Recapping the Non-Tender Deadline

The Pittsburgh Pirates non-tendered four players and re-signed two arbitration eligible players prior to the non-tender deadline.  The Pirates re-signed Ronny Cedeno to a one year, $2 M deal with an option for the 2012 season, and re-signed Jeff Karstens to a one year, $1.1 M deal.  Joel Hanrahan and Ross Ohlendorf also received tender offers, although no deal is in place for either player yet.  The Pirates also non-tendered four...

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Pirates Non-Tender Milledge, Diaz, Veal, and Burres

The Pittsburgh Pirates have non-tendered four players prior to the non-tender deadline, letting go of Lastings Milledge, Argenis Diaz, Donald Veal, and Brian Burres.  Milledge was the only one of the group of four who was arbitration eligible, becoming eligible for the first time this year. The non-tender of Milledge is a bit of a surprise, as he had some strengths, despite a sub-par 2010 season.  Milledge had a .277/.332/.380 line in...

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