Indians’ Bats Awaken In Louisville, Reyes Pitches 5 Shutout Innings

Indianapolis Indians  9,  Louisville Bats  1 (Box)   With a host of aircraft roaring overhead, the Indians roared to a win over the Louisville Bats at Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, Kentucky.  The annual “Thunder Over Louisville” provided the theme music for the Indians, who posted 12 hits.  3B Matt Hague led the team with a double and two singles, going 3-for-5, while CF Starling Marte, 2B Anderson...

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Clippers Shut Out The Indians

Columbus Clippers  4,  Indianapolis Indians  0 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians played in front of several groups of school kids at Victory Field today, for a “Baseball In Education” game — and they educated the kids on what not to do.  One big lesson to be learned from this game: it isn’t enough to just put runners on base; you have to also get them around to score. Scoring was what the Indians did not do...

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Tough Night For Wilson And Indians

Columbus Clippers  5,  Indianapolis Indians  1 (Box)     Errors in the field and errors on the base paths made it a tough night for the Indianapolis Indians, as they hosted the Columbus Clippers at Victory Field tonight.  This was the first game in a four-game series, and the league-leading Clippers were in control for most of the game. Justin Wilson started for the Tribe, and was charged with his second loss of the season. ...

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Indians Split Double Header — Win For Reyes, No Decision For Owens

Indians’ Double Header Indianapolis Indians 9,  Toledo Mud Hens  2 (Box)   Toledo Mud Hens  4,  Indianapolis Indians  3 (Box)     GAME 1 The Indianapolis Indians took advantage of timely hitting and the gift of 8 walks from the Toledo pitching staff to win the first half of this afternoon’s double header at Victory Field.  The Tribe posted 9 hits, as every batter in the line-up got on base at least once, and...

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Indians Struggle On Get-Away Day

The Indianapolis Indians concluded their season-opening road trip with a mid-day loss to the Columbus Clippers at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio.  The Indians were held to just 4 hits, while the Clippers had 11. Jeff Locke made his second start of the season for the Tribe, and had a so-so outing.  He began his day by giving up a long fly ball to Columbus 2B Cord Phelps, which hit the top of the padding on the center field wall and...

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