Shut Out Is A Tough Start To Indians’ Road Trip

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs  4,  Indianapolis Indians  0 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians just finished a very successful home stand, winning 8 of 10 games, and propelling themselves into first place in the International League Western Division.  Today they began an 8-game road trip and a 4-game series against Lehigh Valley, but with a disappointing result.  The Iron Pigs’ starter Tyler Cloyd, who beat the Indians at Victory...

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Hague Gives Indians The Win In the 14th

Indianapolis Indians  5,   Norfolk Tides  4 (Box)   The Indians’ radio broadcasters had just finished saying that when games go long into extra innings, you start to see strange things happening.  Sure enough, in the bottom of the 14th, with the Indians and the Norfolk Tides tied at 4-4, it got strange at Victory Field.  The Tides were running out of available relief pitchers, so they brought in a position player to pitch. ...

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Indians Slide Into First Place With Two Late-Inning Rallies

Indianapolis Indians  4,  Norfolk Tides  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians scored 2 runs in the 6th inning and 2 more insurance runs in the 8th, to defeat the Norfolk Tides at Victory Field tonight.  The Indians’ win, combined with the Toledo Mud Hens losing both ends of a double header, allowed the Tribe to slip into sole possession of first place in the International League Western Division.  The Mud Hens are o.5 games...

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Wilson and Hernandez Power Indians To 5th Consecutive Win

Indianapolis Indians  5,  Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs  0 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians shut out the Iron Pigs this afternoon at Victory field, for their 5th straight win.  That insures the Tribe at least an even split of this 10-game home stand, but it doesn’t appear that they are thinking of slowing up.  “This week we’ve done a pretty good job,” said CF Gorkys Hernandez in a post-game interview. ...

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Indians Lose To Norfolk In 13 Innings

Norfolk Tides  3,  Indianapolis Indians  2  (13 innings) (Box)   The 13th inning proved to be unlucky for the Indianapolis Indians tonight, as a wild pitch and two singles gave the Norfolk Tides the walk-off win at Harbor Park in Norfolk, Virginia.  Reliever Daniel Moskos pitched to three batters in the 13th and he suffered the loss, while former Butler University pitcher (and former Indians fan) Pat Neshek took the win for the...

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