Moss Named Tribe’s July Player of the Month

MOSS NAMED TRIBE’S JULY PLAYER OF THE MONTH The 26-Year-Old Hit Eight Home Runs and Drove in 31 RBI During the Month INDIANAPOLIS — Outfielder Brandon Moss has been named the Indianapolis Indians’ Player of the Month for July. He will accept the award – a custom-made watch courtesy of Windsor Jewelers – before tonight’s home contest against the Norfolk Tides. Moss batted .315 (34-for-108) with 19 runs scored,...

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Norfolk Knocks Off Indians 4-1

NORFOLK KNOCKS OFF INDIANS 4-1 VandenHurk Tosses Seven Strong Innings To Win Tides’ Debut NORFOLK, Va. — Starting pitcher Rick VandenHurk held the Indianapolis Indians’ offense to one run on four hits in seven innings of work and Norfolk plated a pair of runs in both the second and fourth innings as the Tides took down the Tribe 4-1 on Monday night at Harbor Park. The loss drops the Indians’ record to 56-55 on the season,...

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Tides Storm Back For 11-6 Victory Over Tribe

TIDES STORM BACK FOR 11-6 VICTORY OVER TRIBE Former Indians’ OF Salazar Launches Game-Winning Home Run NORFOLK, Va. — Former Tribe outfielder Jeff Salazar snapped a 6-6 tie with a two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning and the Norfolk Tides scored 11 runs over the sixth, seventh and eighth innings to defeat the Indianapolis Indians 11-6 on Sunday night at Harbor Park. The loss drops the Indians’ record to...

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Tides Take Down Tribe 3-2 in Extra Innings

TIDES TAKE DOWN TRIBE 3-2 IN EXTRA INNINGS Figueroa Delivers Game-Winning Double In 11th NORFOLK, Va. – Second baseman Paco Figueroa hit a two-out, run-scoring double in the bottom of the 11th inning after the Tides overcame a one-run deficit in the ninth and Norfolk claimed a 3-2 extra-inning victory over the Indianapolis Indians on Saturday night at Harbor Park. The loss drops the Indians’ record to 56-53 on the season, while...

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Syracuse Avoids Sweep With 8-6 Win Over Indians

SYRACUSE AVOIDS SWEEP WITH 8-6 WIN OVER INDIANS Tribe 2006 MVP Maldonado Plays Key Role In Chiefs’ Victory SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Catcher Carlos Maldonado, who was named the Indianapolis Indians’ MVP in 2006, gave the Chiefs an early 3-1 lead with a three-run double in the second inning, before the backstop successfully laid down a critical sacrifice bunt in a four-run seventh to help Syracuse avoid a four-game series sweep and...

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