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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Wilson and Hernandez Power Indians To 5th Consecutive Win

Indianapolis Indians  5,  Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs  0 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians shut out the Iron Pigs this afternoon at Victory field, for their 5th straight win.  That insures the Tribe at least an even split of this 10-game home stand, but it doesn’t appear that they are thinking of slowing up.  “This week we’ve done a pretty good job,” said CF Gorkys Hernandez in a post-game interview. ...

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Starling Marte Exits With Hand Injury in Indians 4-2 Win

Indianapolis Indians  4,  Louisville Bats  2 (Box)       An 8th-inning rally broke a 2-2 tie to give the Indianapolis Indians the win at Victory Field this afternoon.  The win gives the Tribe a sweep of this brief 2-game series with the Louisville Bats.   Reliever Bryan Morris was the pitcher of record when the Indians scored the winning runs, so he earned the win.  Starter Daniel Cabrera had a much better outing than...

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The Altoona Four Providing Depth and Trade Chips

Jeff Locke, Bryan Morris, Rudy Owens, and Justin Wilson earned the group name “The Altoona Four” after all four pitchers put up strong numbers at the Double-A level in 2010. All four pitchers were expected to move up at some point in 2011. That point came at the start of the year for Owens and Wilson. It came later in the year for Locke. It didn’t come until 2012 for Morris. The results in 2011 were the exact...

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