Locke Pitches 7 Shutout Innings In Indians’ Win

Indianapolis Indians  6,  Buffalo Bisons  0 (Box)   Jeff Locke earned his 8th win when he held the Buffalo Bisons scoreless for 7 innings at Victory Field tonight.  Locke surrendered 3 walks tonight, which was an improvement from his last start, on July 23rd, when he gave up 7 walks in 5 innings.  Locke gave up a total of 8 runs on 17 hits over 15 innings in his last three starts.  Today, he scattered 4 hits over those 7 innings,...

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Pirates Trade Brian Friday for Christian Marrero

The Pittsburgh Pirates have traded infielder Brian Friday to the Atlanta Braves for outfielder Christian Marrero. Friday once looked like the shortstop of the future in Pittsburgh, with a .287/.365/.387 line in 341 at-bats in high-A in 2008, at the age of 22. He has since struggled at the plate, and has become more of an organizational player. Marrero has split time this year between Double-A and Triple-A. In 194 at-bats in Triple-A,...

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Leroux Shines In Spot Start, Reyes Back On The Mound

Indianapolis Indians 5,  Pawtucket Red Sox  1 (Box)   Indians’ pitcher Chris Leroux found himself on the mound to start a game for the first time this season, taking the place of Rudy Owens, who was traded to Houston this week.  Leroux pitched 5 scoreless innings to get the Indians off to a solid start in the game, and he eventually was credited with his first win of the season, as the Tribe beat the Pawtucket Red Sox at...

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Wilson And Relievers Make Indians’ 3 Early Runs Hold Up

Indianapolis Indians  3,  Pawtucket Red Sox  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians scored 3 runs early in tonight’s game against the Pawtucket Red Sox at Victory Field.  Starting pitcher Justin Wilson threw 5 scoreless innings, and relievers Daniel McCutchen and Doug Slaten took it the rest of the way, making those 3 runs prove to be enough for an Indians’ win.  Wilson earned his 8th win of the season (for a n 8-4...

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14 Innings And A Weird Finish Give Indians The Win

Indianapolis Indians  2,   Toledo Mud Hens  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians won their third game in a row tonight, beating the Toledo Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field in Toledo.  The game took 14 innings and 4 hours 22 minutes, and the final out was made on a very unusual play.  Tribe reliever Tim Wood earned his 5th win of the season, while reliever Jose Diaz, pitching for the first time in several weeks, earned his 3rd Save.  ...

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