Three Hits For Presley In Indians’ 5th Straight Win

Indianapolis Indians  4,  Louisville Bats  1 (Box)   Three hits by RF/LF Alex Presley and three triples sparked the Indians to a win over the Louisville Bats, giving the Tribe a 2-0 game lead in this home/away series.  Presley singled, doubled, and tripled, missing his second cycle with the Indians by only a home run.  SS Anderson Hernandez and 2B Brian Friday also tripled.  Justin Wilson earned his fourth win of the season with...

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Indians Leave Buffalo With A Win; D’Arnaud and Reyes Injured

Indianapolis Indians  6,  Buffalo Bison  3 (Box)   3B Matt Hague hit his first home run of the season, Kris Johnson earned his first win, and reliever Tim Wood picked up  his first Save in over a month, as the Indians defeated the Buffalo Bison this afternoon at Coca-Cola Park in Buffalo, NY.  Unfortunately, two Indians’ players did not make it past the first inning due to injuries — starter Jo-Jo Reyes and SS Chase...

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Indians Break Scoreless Streak, But Still Lose To Buffalo

 Buffalo Bisons  11,  Indianapolis Indians  6 (Box)   The Indians added their fifth loss in a row at Coca-Cola Field in Buffalo, NY tonight.  The bit of good news is that the Indians were finally able to score some runs — 6 of them.  While the pitching had been mostly strong while the Indians’ batters were not hitting, now that the Indians managed to score some runs, the pitching struggled.  Starter Justin Wilson...

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Indians Shut Out Again, Fall Victim To A Triple Play

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs  1,  Indianapolis Indians  0 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians were shut out by the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs for the second day in a row, losing 1-0 at Coca-Cola Park in Allentown, PA.  This gives the Indians 36 straight innings without scoring an earned run.  They were shut out by the Norfolk Tides on Sunday at home, and though they won on Monday, the only run they scored in that game was unearned.  The...

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Hague Gives Indians The Win In the 14th

Indianapolis Indians  5,   Norfolk Tides  4 (Box)   The Indians’ radio broadcasters had just finished saying that when games go long into extra innings, you start to see strange things happening.  Sure enough, in the bottom of the 14th, with the Indians and the Norfolk Tides tied at 4-4, it got strange at Victory Field.  The Tides were running out of available relief pitchers, so they brought in a position player to pitch. ...

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