Ciriaco’s Walk-Off Single Gives Indians The Win In The 12th

Indianapolis Indians  5,  Toledo Mud Hens  4 [ box ] Indians’ SS Pedro Ciriaco had not played on the same field as his brother Audy since they became professionals, until this series against the Mud Hens.  He’s been having a lot of fun being around his brother, even if they are on opposite sides of the field  — and especially when he can get the game-winning hit and RBI to beat his brother’s team.  At Victory...

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Five Run 10th Inning Gives Indians A Win

Indianapolis Indians  8,  Toledo Mud Hens  3 [ box ] A 5-run explosion by the Indians in the top of the 10th gave the Tribe a big win over the Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field in Toledo, Ohio tonight. The game was sent into extra innings after the Mud Hens tied the score at 3-3 in the bottom of the 7th.  The top of the 10th began with the first five Tribe batters  reaching base.  2B Jordy Mercer began by working a walk.  LF John Bowker...

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Fryer’s Clutch Hitting Gives Indians A Walk-Off Win

Indianapolis Indians 3,  Columbus Clippers  2 [ box ]     With two outs and two runners in scoring position in the bottom of the 9th, and the Indians trailing the Clippers 2-1, C Eric Fryer came through with a line drive into the right-center field alley, to give the Indians the walk-off win at Victory Field tonight.  Fryer was facing Columbus pitcher Nick Hagadone, who he had also faced during their time at the AA level, so...

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Figueroa’s Tribe Debut Spoiled By Clippers

Columbus Clippers  2,  Indianapolis Indians  1 [ box ] The newest member of the Indians, pitcher Nelson Figueroa, made the start tonight at Victory Field, but suffered the loss despite a solid debut performance.  Figueroa pitched 7 innings, in his first game since August 2nd, allowing 2 runs on 6 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 2 Columbus Clippers batters.  Clippers’ starter Mitch Talbot had an even better night, though,...

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Indians Sunk By Four Bats’ Home Runs

Louisville Bats  8,  Indianapolis Indians  4 [ box ]   Four home runs by the Louisville Bats gave the Indians their fourth consecutive loss to the Bats, and dropped the Indians into a tie with the Bats for second place in the International League West Division.  Three of the homers were 2-run shots, and all four were hit by four different Bats’ hitters.  Two were surrendered by starter Brian Burres, and two by reliever...

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