Pirates Recall Matt Hague, Option Eric Fryer to AAA

The Pittsburgh Pirates have recalled infielder Matt Hague from Triple-A and have optioned catcher Eric Fryer back down to Indianapolis. Fryer was with the team to serve as an emergency catcher with Rod Barajas injured. Barajas is healthy now, which left no need for a third catcher. Hague hit for a .235/.278/.265 line in 68 at-bats during his two previous trips to the majors this year. His last time up he started with an eight game...

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Owens Shaky As Indians Fall To Clippers

Columbus Clippers  10,   Indianapolis Indians  6 (Box)   The Indians’ last road trip before the All-Star break began with a loss to the Clippers at Huntington Field in Columbus, Ohio this evening.  The Tribe posted 9 hits, including two triples and two doubles, and scored 4 runs in the 8th inning, but that was not enough to catch up to the Clippers, who scored in every inning but the 1st.  CF Starling Marte and 2B Anderson...

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Sanchez Homers For The Third Time In Three Games, But Indians Lose

Louisville Bats  7,  Indianapolis Indians  4 (Box)   The Louisville Bats scored in five consecutive innings as they beat the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field tonight.  The loss ended the Indians’ 8-game winning streak, and gave the Indians a 5-1 record in this extended home-and-home 6-game series against the Bats.  C Tony Sanchez and CF Jose Tabata led the Indians with two hits each, including Sanchez’s third...

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Locke and Clement Lead Indians To 8th Consecutive Win

Indianapolis Indians  6,  Louisville Bats  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians provided some fireworks at Victory Field tonight, as a preview of the post-game stadium and city fireworks.  Indians’ batters belted out four home runs, with 1B Jeff Clement contributing two of them.  Starter Jeff Locke earned his 7th win of the season, throwing 7 one-hit innings and allowing just one run. The Indians jumped out to an early lead...

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Matt Hague Trying to Stay Sharp in Bench Role

PITTSBURGH, PA — Adjusting to a bench role can be a tough transition for any young player.  Matt Hague led the International League in games played (141) last season while with Triple-A. Having spent his professional career as an everyday player, the second time around in the Majors has helped Matt Hague adjust. The first baseman donned the name ‘the hit collector’ after a monster spring training where he hit .400...

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