Indians Sunk By Four Bats’ Home Runs

Louisville Bats  8,  Indianapolis Indians  4 [ box ]   Four home runs by the Louisville Bats gave the Indians their fourth consecutive loss to the Bats, and dropped the Indians into a tie with the Bats for second place in the International League West Division.  Three of the homers were 2-run shots, and all four were hit by four different Bats’ hitters.  Two were surrendered by starter Brian Burres, and two by reliever...

Read More

Ohlendorf Pitches Well, But Bats Slip By Indians

Louisville Bats  3,  Indianapolis Indians  2 [ box ] The Louisville Bats won their third game in a row against the Indians, taking a 3 games to 2 lead in this 8-game series.  Tonight’s game, the fifth in the series and the first at Victory Field once again featured a late-inning rally by the Bats — which is how they also won the last two games. Tribe starter Ross Ohlendorf, in his first game as an official member of the...

Read More

Indians Fall Despite 13 Hits

Toledo Mud Hens  11,  Indianapolis Indians  5 [ box ] The Indianapolis Indians posted 13 hits this afternoon at Victory Field, but that wasn’t enough to beat the Toledo Mud Hens, who scored 11 runs on 14 hits.  Every member of the Tribe’s starting line-up had at least one hit,  while 1B Matt Hague, DH Jeff Clement, and 3B Josh Harrison had two hits each.  Rehabbing Jose Tabata went 1-for-4 at the plate and played 5 innings...

Read More

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...

Read More

Minor League Trade: Pirates Acquire Brian Bocock

The Pittsburgh Pirates have acquired shortstop Brian Bocock from the Philadelphia Phillies in a minor league trade, according to the AAA minor league transactions page.  There is no known return, so it’s assumed to be cash considerations going the other way.  Bocock will join the Indianapolis Indians.  He has a .224/.290/.298 line in 272 at-bats this year.  Indianapolis is short on position players, due to the amount of players...

Read More
Page 3 of 3123