Presley Looking Ready to Return in Indians Win

Indianapolis Indians  4,  Columbus Clippers  3 (Box)   LF Alex Presley, who has been with the Indianapolis Indians on a rehab assignment, is sending a message to the Pirates that he’s ready to come back.  Presley has shown that he is ready at the plate — he was on base three times yesterday, with a walk and two singles, and added two more singles today, going 4-for-8.  And, today he showed that he is also ready in the...

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Minor League Schedule: 7/15/12

Indianapolis is in first place in their division, and they have the best record in the entire International League. They have an 11 game lead in the standing over second place Columbus, their opponent this afternoon. The Dominican Summer League plays their All-Star game this morning. Pitchers Jesus Paredes and Omar Basulto as well as infielder Ulysses Montilla were all named to the AS team, with more names to possibly be named. A full...

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Indians Go Into All-Star Break With A Loss

Columbus Clippers  11,  Indianapolis Indians  5 (Box)   In the first two games of this series, the Indians and the Clippers traded wins and big-run games.  The Clippers won the first game 10-6, and the Indians won last night 10-5.  The Clippers won the series with a win today at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio, with another big-run game, 11-5. Former Indy Indian, C Luke Carlin, gave the Clippers a big edge with a grand slam in...

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Minor League Schedule: 7/8/12

Indianapolis is playing their last game before three days off for the International League All-Star break. Top pitching prospects, Jameson Taillon and Gerrit Cole will participate in the Futures Game, played tonight at 5pm. The GCL Pirates and both DSL teams are off today. All five probable pitchers for today are right-handers. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A: Indianapolis (56-32) @ Columbus (44-45)...

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Minor League Schedule: 6/28/12

Ryan Hafner gets a real test in Lakewood tonight. The 17th round pick in the 2010 draft has struggled this season with his command, walking more than a batter per inning. Last year for State College he walked twenty batters over 65.2 innings. He has walked at least three batters in each of his last eight games, two of them relief appearances. He will face Ryan Howard tonight, his first rehab game since getting injured on the last play...

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