Indians Shut Out Red Wings Again; 7 Scoreless Innings For VandenHurk

Indianapolis Indians  2,  Rochester Red Wings  0 (Box)   The Rochester Red Wings came out on top in the hit column with 5 singles, while the Indians managed only 3 hits  It’s the run column that counts, though, and the Indians took advantage of a hit batter, walks, and stolen bases to score their two runs at Victory Field tonight. The game began with 4.5 scoreless innings.  Indians’ starter Rick VandenHurk scattered 3...

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Wilson Dominates As Indians’ Bats Explode

Indianapolis Indians  16,  Rochester Red Wings  0 (Box)   Those booming noises you heard tonight were coming from Victory Field in Indianapolis.  The Indians pounded out 17 hits on their way to 16 runs, beating the Rochester Red Wings in the largest shut out ever at Victory Field.  Every Indian batter who came to the plate scored at least one run, and all but one put up at least one hit.  CF Starling Marte and RF Brandon Boggs...

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Navarro And Fox Homer As Indians Shoot Down Red Wings

Indianapolis Indians  8,  Rochester Red Wings  1 (Box)   After suffering a loss with a 3-hit shutout last night, the Indianapolis Indians rebounded quickly, with a big win over the Rochester Red Wings at Victory Field this afternoon.  Starter Rudy Owens earned his 5th win of the season, allowing one run on 6 hits in 6 innings, with one strikeout.  All of the Tribe hitters posted at least one hit, and LF Gorkys Hernandez led the...

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Pirates Notebook: Bats Break Out for Season-High 10 Runs

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — The Pittsburgh Pirates offense has struggled to score runs this season. But on Sunday afternoon at PNC Park, the bats came out swinging against the Chicago Cubs. The club pounded out 10 runs — the most they’ve scored in a game during the 2012 season. It passed their previous mark of nine on April 30 against the Braves in Atlanta. Most of the damage came in the sixth frame when the Bucs plated six...

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Pirates Notebook: Options to Spark Offense Could Be Internal

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — The Pittsburgh Pirates entered game action on Wednesday just three games under .500 and four games back in the National League Central Division. What’s kept the club afloat this season has been off the mound. The pitching continues to be solid from the starters to the relievers. However, the bats have been a different story. The Pirates .218 team average is ranked last in the National League....

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