D’Arnaud and Locke Lead Indians Over Charlotte

Indianapolis Indians  5,  Charlotte Knights  3 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians had one big inning tonight at the Knights’ Stadium in the suburbs of Charlotte, NC, but that one inning was all the Tribe needed for their fourth win in a row.  Jeff Locke made the start for the Indians, and earned his 5th win of the season.  SS Chase d’Arnaud provided the biggest piece of fire power, driving in 3 of the Indians’...

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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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Three Errors Lead To Indians’ Loss In Karstens’ Rehab Start

Syracuse Chiefs  7,   Indianapolis Indians  5 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians committed three errors tonight at Victory Field, and the Syracuse Chiefs jumped at the opportunity presented to them, to defeat the Tribe.   Jeff Karstens made another rehab start with the Indians, and he suffered the loss. Starling Marte started the game on the right foot — with a huge blast over the left field wall for a solo home run.  The...

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Inside-The-Park Homer Defeats Indians In The 10th

Durham Bulls  5,  Indianapolis Indians  4 (Box)   The Indians scored 4 runs in the 1st inning of this afternoon’s game at Victory Field, but it was not enough.  The Bulls tied the score in the 6th, then broke the tie in the 10th inning with an inside-the-park home run by former Indy Indian LF Jeff Salazar.   Like in the past two days, the Indians jumped out to a lead in the bottom of the 1st.  With one out, SS Chase...

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Presley And Hague Win The Indians’ Marathon In The 15th

Indianapolis Indians  2,  Louisville Bats  1 (Box)   They had already played “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” again, for the 14th inning stretch.  There had been no scoring for longer than a ballgame usually lasts — 9.5 innings.  And the managers were running out of bullpen options.  Finally, in the bottom of the 15th inning, 4 hours and 33 minutes after the game began, two Indians’ batters were finally able...

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