Minor League Schedule: 7/24/12

Luis Heredia will get the start for State College tonight. He ranks seventh in the NY-Penn League in ERA. Luis is just 1.1 inning away from his total from last year. He has great improved his command (19 walks last year compared to seven this year) and he has nearly tripled his groundball rate, all while playing as the youngest player in the NYPL. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A: Indianapolis (64-40) vs...

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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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Minor League Schedule: 7/11/12

Indianapolis is on their All-Star break. They resume their schedule on Thursday. Starling Marte, Rudy Owens and Jordy Mercer will represent the International League in the AAA All-Star game. Altoona is also on their All-Star break. They resume their schedule Thursday night in Akron. Both the AA and AAA All-Star games will be played tonight. Bradenton and State College each had off yesterday as well. Both teams resume their schedule...

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Minor League Schedule: 7/5/12

Indianapolis has now won eight games in a row and they currently have the best record in the International League. After a 29-41 record in the first half of the season, which was the worst record in the Florida State League, Bradenton now leads their division for the second half title run. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A: Indianapolis (55-31) VS Louisville (31-57) 7:05pm Probable starter: Daniel Cabrera...

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Minor League Schedule: 6/30/12

Colton Cain gets the start tonight for Bradenton at home against Palm Beach. He has pitched well in his last two outings, allowing just five hits over 11.2 innings. Right-handed batters are hitting only .206 against the lefty, while left-handed batters are hitting a surprisingly high, .308 against him. Colton issued four walks in his first game of the year and hasn’t allowed more than two walks in any of his other ten outings....

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