Figueroa’s Tribe Debut Spoiled By Clippers

Columbus Clippers  2,  Indianapolis Indians  1 [ box ] The newest member of the Indians, pitcher Nelson Figueroa, made the start tonight at Victory Field, but suffered the loss despite a solid debut performance.  Figueroa pitched 7 innings, in his first game since August 2nd, allowing 2 runs on 6 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 2 Columbus Clippers batters.  Clippers’ starter Mitch Talbot had an even better night, though,...

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Indians Fall To Bats For Fifth Straight Game

Louisville Bats  6,  Indianapolis Indians  2 [ box ] The Indianapolis Indians lost their 5th game in a row tonight at Victory Field, all at the hands of the Louisville Bats.  The Indians won the first two games of this 8-game series in Louisville, but then they lost the third and fourth games in Louisville, and these first three games of their long homestand.   The Bats pounded out 9 hits tonight — 3 off starter Sean...

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Locke’s Scoreless Tribe Debut Spoiled By Bats’ Late Rally

Louisville Bats  4,  Indianapolis Indians  1 [ box ] Another late-inning rally by  the Bats… another game in which the Indians led 1-0 for several innings, and then lost in the end.  Tonight, at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, KY, the Bats’ rally came in the bottom of the 8th.  Four runs, two forced in by the Indians’ pitching staff, gave the Bats the win, and ended the first half of this 8-game showdown...

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Rehabbers Boost Indians Over Bats

Indianapolis Indians  5,  Louisville Bats  4 [ box ] For the second night in a row, the Indianapolis Indians came from behind to beat the Bats at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, KY.  In fact, the Tribe had to catch up to the Bats twice in this game, as they out-hit the Bats, 11- 6.  Four rehabbing Pirates’ players played key roles — CF Alex Presley, RF Jose Tabata, and SS Chase d’Arnaud all contributed to the...

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Indians Stun Clippers For Series Sweep

Indianapolis Indians  9,  Columbus Clippers  1 [ box ] For the second day in a row, the Indianapolis Indians staged a hit-fest against the first-place Clippers, to sweep this 2-game series at Huntington Park in Columbus, OH this afternoon.  The Indians’ hit parade was led by 2B Jordy Mercer and C Jason Jaramillo, who combined for 7 RBI.  Jaramillo and 1B Matt Hague posted 3 hits each, while Mercer and 3B Josh Harrison each had 2...

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