Homers Help Indians (Twice) In Come-From-Behind Win

Indianapolis Indians  12,  Columbus Clippers  9 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers traded the lead back and forth tonight at Victory Field, but it was the Indians who came out on top, coming from behind twice for the win.  Neither starting pitcher factored into the decision.  There were five home runs in the game, two for the Clippers and three for the Indians.  The two teams combined for a total of 26 hits....

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Indians Earn Double Header Split On Navarro’s Clutch Hit

Game 1:  Columbus Clippers  4,  Indianapolis Indians  1 (Box) Game 2:  Indianapolis Indians  2,  Columbus Clippers  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians and the Columbus Clippers split a double header at Victory Field tonight, maintaining their relationship in the International League Western Division standings.  The Clippers stepped ahead to cut the Indians’ lead to 10 games after the first game, but it was only temporary. ...

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Owens Shaky As Indians Fall To Clippers

Columbus Clippers  10,   Indianapolis Indians  6 (Box)   The Indians’ last road trip before the All-Star break began with a loss to the Clippers at Huntington Field in Columbus, Ohio this evening.  The Tribe posted 9 hits, including two triples and two doubles, and scored 4 runs in the 8th inning, but that was not enough to catch up to the Clippers, who scored in every inning but the 1st.  CF Starling Marte and 2B Anderson...

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Big Hits In The 5th Lead Indians Past Toledo

Indianapolis Indians  9,  Toledo Mud Hens  6 (Box)   A 5-run 3rd inning gave the Indianapolis Indians the spark they needed to push past the Toledo Mud Hens this afternoon at Victory Field.  The Indians’ win tied up the series at one game each, with two more left to play.  Each member of the Indians’ line-up had at least one hit, and 2B Anderson Hernandez, CF Starling Marte, 1B Jeff Clement, and SS Jordy Mercer all...

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Pirates Claim Oscar Tejeda, DFA Doug Slaten

The Pittsburgh Pirates have claimed infielder/outfielder Oscar Tejeda off waivers from the Boston Red Sox, and have designated left-hander Doug Slaten for assignment. Tejeda has been assigned to Double-A. Tejeda is a 22-year-old who is hitting for a .262/.294/.396 line in 202 at-bats in Double-A this year. Last year in Double-A he hit for a .249/.297/.339 line in 457 at-bats. Coming in to the year Baseball America had him rated as the...

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