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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Minor League Schedule: 7/17/12

Jeff Locke gets the start tonight for Indianapolis. At the All-Star break, Locke, along with Justin Wilson and Rudy Owens, all had 7-4 records. Locke lost his first start after the break, while Wilson got a no-decision and Owens won last night, in each of their first post-AS starts. West Virginia was rained out yesterday. They will play a doubleheader today consisting of 2 seven inning games. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be...

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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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Minor League Schedule: 7/12/12

Both Indianapolis and Altoona return from their All-Star break tonight. Indy has a doubleheader. Jeff Locke gets the start for Indy tonight in game one. He currently ranks sixth in the International League in ERA, one spot behind teammate Rudy Owens. Locke also ranks tenth in the league in strikeouts and his 1.19 WHIP ranks 11th(Owens ranks sixth, while Justin Wilson ranks 8th). A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here....

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Alen Hanson Leads Baseball America’s Hot Sheet With Sano Comparison

Baseball America has released their weekly hot sheet, and Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop prospect Alen Hanson is number one this week. Hanson hit for a .324/.343/.735 line in 34 at-bats with four homers over the last week to get to the top spot. The writeup on Hanson made an interesting note on Miguel Sano. Sano was signed in 2009, the same year that Hanson was signed. The article points out that Hanson received less fanfare and money....

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