Indians Lose To Norfolk In 13 Innings

Norfolk Tides  3,  Indianapolis Indians  2  (13 innings) (Box)   The 13th inning proved to be unlucky for the Indianapolis Indians tonight, as a wild pitch and two singles gave the Norfolk Tides the walk-off win at Harbor Park in Norfolk, Virginia.  Reliever Daniel Moskos pitched to three batters in the 13th and he suffered the loss, while former Butler University pitcher (and former Indians fan) Pat Neshek took the win for the...

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Indians’ Reyes Earns 4th Win, Slaten Earns 4th Save

Indianapolis Indians  3,  Norfolk Tides  1 (Box)   Strong pitching and timely hitting gave the Indians their second win over the Norfolk Tides this evening at Harbor Park in Norfolk, Virginia.  Jo-Jo Reyes earned his 4th win in 4 starts, and Doug Slaten took his 4th save in his last 4 opportunities. It took Reyes 90 pitches (57 strikes) to go 5 innings.  He gave up only one run, and that was a 2-out solo homer by LF Jamie Hoffman...

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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 a 6-inning start, allowing just one run on 3 hits and 2 walks.  He struck out 6 Bats, and did it on 99 pitches (55 strikes)....

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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 5 walks in his 5 innings of work.  He also gave up 5 hits and...

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Clippers Shut Out The Indians

Columbus Clippers  4,  Indianapolis Indians  0 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians played in front of several groups of school kids at Victory Field today, for a “Baseball In Education” game — and they educated the kids on what not to do.  One big lesson to be learned from this game: it isn’t enough to just put runners on base; you have to also get them around to score. Scoring was what the Indians did not do...

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