Indians Find Themselves On The Chopping Block Again

Gwinnett Braves  12,  Indianapolis Indians  3 [ box ] For the second night in a row at Coolray Field in suburban Atlanta, the Indianapolis Indians saw their early lead turn into a blow-out by the Gwinnett Braves.  Tonight the Braves scored 12 runs on 16 hits (it was 20 hits last night), putting runs onto the scoreboard in all but two plate appearances.  Justin Wilson again came up short in his bid for his 10th win of his season...

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Olson Makes Up For Slim Tribe Offense

Indianapolis Indians  2,  Charlotte Knights  1 ( box ) The Indianapolis Indians again had their offense all but turned off in the last half of the game, but tonight the Tribe pitchers also shut down the Knights’ bats, as the Indians took the win at Knight Stadium in the suburbs of Charlotte, NC. Starter Garrett Olson (photo) earned his 4th win, pushing his record to 4-0.  He began the game with a scoreless bottom of the 1st,...

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Harrison’s Walk Off Single Gives Indians A Win In 12

Indianapolis Indians  7,  Rochester Red Wings  6 ( box  ) 3B Josh Harrison closed out the Indians’ home stand tonight with a walk-off single in the bottom of the 12th inning to give Indianapolis the win over Rochester at Victory Field.  This was the third extra-inning game the Indians played in this 8-game home stand.  The Tribe won two of those extra-inning contests, and went 6-2 over these 8 games.  They won both 4-game series...

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Alvarez Homers In Indians’ Loss

Rochester Red Wings  12,  Indianapolis Indians  5 ( box ) Pedro Alvarez’s fans will be excited to hear that their hero blasted a 2-run homer this evening and also contributed a sharply-hit RBI single, driving in 3 of the Indianapolis Indians’ 5 runs.  Alvarez (photo with Jordy Mercer) also scorched a line drive that ought to have been a double into left field, but he was robbed by a stellar catch by Rochester’s 3B...

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Altoona Updates: Leach, Moreno, Hughes, Alderson

Yesterday, the 2011 Altoona Curve roster was announced.  A few updates to that roster, via Cory Giger: -Brian Leach will not be in the starting rotation.  Instead, Leach will move to the bullpen.  In the long term, Leach is more of a relief pitching prospect, although the decision to move him to the bullpen so early is a bit of a surprise.  It could also mean that Leach could now be on the fast track to the majors, assuming he does...

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