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IBI Scoreboard for April 22, 2014
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April 5, 2014   (1 comments)
Captains sweep away Lansing in Saturday double header
Lake County Captains manager Mark Budzinski led his team to its first two wins of the season, and the first two if his professional career. Jordan Milbrath pitched a complete-game shutout in game two after the Captains came back from a big deficit to win game one. Both contests were shortened to seven innings, but that's all Lake County needed to finish the day unscathed.
 
April 5, 2014   (0 comments)
IBI Digest: 3/30/14 - 4/5/14
The IBI Digest catches you up on anything you might have missed over the past week at Indians Baseball Insider and also notes some of the more popular columns posted at the major news sites and blogs.
 
April 5, 2014   (8 comments)
Carrasco struggles, Indians fall to Twins, 7-3
He may have had an option, but he may not be the best option. Five runs on five hits through the first three innings Saturday proved more than enough for the Twins against Tribe starter Carlos Carrasco (0-1, 6.35 ERA), as Minnesota cruised to an easy 7-3 victory Saturday afternoon. Join IBI Indians beat reporter Jim Berdysz as he recaps the action from the ballpark.
 
April 5, 2014   (4 comments)
2014 IBI Positional Rankings: The Right Fielders
Today we move on to the right fielders in our annual IBI positional rankings. The Indians have Michael Brantley and Michael Bourn seemingly locked into left field and center field for the next several years, but at the moment have a short term platoon-type situation in right field with David Murphy and Ryan Raburn. This is a position where the Indians thankfully have some legit prospects with everyday potential, and they are sprinkled throughout almost every level of the organization. The IBI's Tony Lastoria ranks them all and includes scouting reports for them...
 
April 5, 2014   (2 comments)
MLB and the Draft: A 20 year look
Jeff Ellis has been working on draft information at Indians Baseball Insider for a few years. Of late he has focused quite a bit on the historical side of the draft and how the Indians have done. The common refrain when he has dipped into the past is that the Indians have really struggled at drafting, yet he was unsure if that was true as he was not certain of the success of every other team. So he decided he needed to figure out a system to compare every team in Major League Baseball and came up with some research for all 30 teams over the last 30 years that shows who has shined or struggled in the draft the last two decades.
 
April 5, 2014   (2 comments)
Second Thoughts Game #4: Twins 2, Indians 7
The season opening series in Oakland saw the Cleveland Indians take the series 2-1, both of their wins having been taken in dramatic fashion. It took awhile to get going on Friday, but the Indians opened up their home schedule with a 7-2 thumping of the Twins and the IBI's John Grimm shares some thoughts on the performances of some key players.
 
April 5, 2014   (8 comments)
Around the Farm: April 4, 2014
The Indians affiliates did not have much luck in the win column on Friday as Double-A Akron was rained out and all three of Triple-A Columbus, High-A Carolina and Low-A Lake County lost. The one saving grace, and really only one that matters, is the Indians winning 7-2. The IBI's Arthur Kinney chimes in with an IBI staple.....Around the Farm.
 
April 5, 2014   (0 comments)
Captains fall to Lansing in opener, 7-1
Carlos Ramirez tripled home D.J. Davis in the top half of the fourth inning to add an insurance run en route to a 8-2 Lugnuts victory. Ramirez later scored in the inning on a ground out. Lansing led 7-1 after four innings.
 
April 5, 2014   (0 comments)
Storylines: Ike Davis likely to be dealt
The Indians are off to a hot start to begin the season! In this MLB News and Notes segment, the IBI's Andrew Zajac will be giving occasional reports on the latest news and rumors throughout the MLB. Today's piece focuses on the latest on the likelihood Ike Davis is traded, the Nationals make a comment regarded their payroll situation, and more.
 
April 4, 2014   (0 comments)
Clippers go to extra innings, lose 2-1 to Indians in opener
After a rain out cost the game yesterday, the Columbus Clippers were taken into extra innings to open their 2014 season. Clippers' starter Trevor Bauer pitched admirably, but the offense could not generate enough runs to earn the team a victory. The Indianapolis Indians found a way to win the game, while only recording four hits on the evening.
 
April 4, 2014   (0 comments)
Nationals top Mudcats 10-5 for first loss of season
The Mudcats jumped out to a five run lead after four innings, but lost control of the game when the pitching staff lost control of their pitches to the tune of seven walks. The issues with the pitching staff led to a Potomac Nationals 10-5 victory on Friday night at Five County Stadium.
 
April 4, 2014   (12 comments)
Indians rally to defeat Twins on Opening Day, 7-2
There's no place like home. Back at Progressive Field for the first time in over six months, the Indians wouldn't let a few raindrops get in the way of Cleveland's most unofficial holiday. Down 2-0 in the bottom half of the sixth, the Tribe outscored Minnesota 7-0 over the final four frames, defeating the Twins, 7-2. Join IBI Tribe beat reporter Jim Berdysz as he recaps the action from the ballpark.
 
April 4, 2014   (7 comments)
Orbiting Cleveland: The potential of Zach McAllister
Zach McAllister made his season debut for the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, and it was a bit of a mixed bag. Yes, there were some positives, but it was far from a stellar performance. Nonetheless, the IBI's Steve Orbanek believes McAllister will play a key role for Indians and the team's chances for success in 2014, and he details that in the latest edition of Orbiting Cleveland.
 
April 4, 2014   (12 comments)
Jason Kipnis is more than a "blue-collar" star
Jason Kipnis has always been considered a player that's been a hard-worker. Unfortunately, when you are stereo-typed as a hard-worker, you are often downgraded as a player that has to overcome a lack-of-talent. Kipnis has fought that "blue-collar" stereotype his entire life, and in doing so, proved to the Indians that he's more than just a guy that gets dirty. Join Jim Pete as he chronicles Kipnis and his meteoric rise from his high school brilliance, to contract renaissance.
 

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