Former Tribe Player Comes Back To Haunt Indians

Gwinnett Braves  8,  Indianapolis Indians  5 (Box)     Braves’ SS Josh Wilson was an Indianapolis Indian back in 2008, when he appeared in 97 games for the Tribe before being traded away to the Red Sox organization.  Since that season, Wilson has been playing in the Pacific Coast League, so this series between the Indians and the Gwinnett Braves was his first visit back to Victory Field since 2008.  Wilson went 1-for-4...

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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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Indians Go Into All-Star Break With A Loss

Columbus Clippers  11,  Indianapolis Indians  5 (Box)   In the first two games of this series, the Indians and the Clippers traded wins and big-run games.  The Clippers won the first game 10-6, and the Indians won last night 10-5.  The Clippers won the series with a win today at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio, with another big-run game, 11-5. Former Indy Indian, C Luke Carlin, gave the Clippers a big edge with a grand slam in...

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Indians Blast Clippers With 10 Runs

Indianapolis Indians  10,   Columbus Clippers  5 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians took revenge on the Columbus Clippers tonight, after last night’s 10-6 loss.  Tonight at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio, it was the Indians who scored 10 runs on 18 hits.  Though they did not score in almost every inning as the Clippers did last night, the Tribe had a 4-run inning and a 3-run inning, and three more one-run innings. Once...

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Sanchez Homers For The Third Time In Three Games, But Indians Lose

Louisville Bats  7,  Indianapolis Indians  4 (Box)   The Louisville Bats scored in five consecutive innings as they beat the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field tonight.  The loss ended the Indians’ 8-game winning streak, and gave the Indians a 5-1 record in this extended home-and-home 6-game series against the Bats.  C Tony Sanchez and CF Jose Tabata led the Indians with two hits each, including Sanchez’s third...

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