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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Homers Help Indians (Twice) In Come-From-Behind Win

Indianapolis Indians  12,  Columbus Clippers  9 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers traded the lead back and forth tonight at Victory Field, but it was the Indians who came out on top, coming from behind twice for the win.  Neither starting pitcher factored into the decision.  There were five home runs in the game, two for the Clippers and three for the Indians.  The two teams combined for a total of 26 hits....

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Cabrera And Indians Lose A Pitching Duel

Columbus Clippers  2,  Indianapolis Indians  0 (Box)   It was a pitching duel tonight, as the Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers battled it out at Victory Field.  Indianapolis starter, Daniel Cabrera pitched a complete game, allowing just 2 runs on 6 hits and 2 walks, with 2 strikeouts  — which sounds like a great outing, except that he was the losing pitcher.  Columbus’ Jeanmar Gomez also pitched a complete...

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Indians Earn Double Header Split On Navarro’s Clutch Hit

Game 1:  Columbus Clippers  4,  Indianapolis Indians  1 (Box) Game 2:  Indianapolis Indians  2,  Columbus Clippers  1 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians and the Columbus Clippers split a double header at Victory Field tonight, maintaining their relationship in the International League Western Division standings.  The Clippers stepped ahead to cut the Indians’ lead to 10 games after the first game, but it was only temporary. ...

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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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