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IBI Scoreboard for April 19, 2014
MLB
TOR 5 Recap
CLE 0 Box
Triple-A
TOL 7 Recap
COL 6 Box
Double-A
AKR 3 Recap
BOW 1 Box
High-A
FRE 0
CAR 0 PPD
Low-A
BUR 6 Recap
LC 1 Box

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April 10, 2014   (0 comments)
RubberDucks come up short, fall to Bowie Baysox 6-3
The RubberDucks stranded ten runners in Thursday's home opening loss against the Frederick Keys 6-3. Akron outhit the Keys, but were unable to capitalize on their opportunities ending the night batting 1-10 with runners in scoring position. RubberDucks top pitching prospect, Cody Anderson, also had some troubles in his first home start of the season.
 
April 10, 2014   (0 comments)
Clippers outlasted by Louisville Bats in 6-5 thriller
Louisville Bats third baseman Chris Nelson has become a problem for the Columbus Clippers. For the second time in as many days, Nelson provided the winning hit, this time in walk-off fashion as the Louisville Bats defeated the Clippers 6-5 in the Bats home opener at Louisville Slugger Field on Thursday night.
 
April 10, 2014   (4 comments)
2014 IBI Positional Rankings: The Right-handed Relievers
Today we move on to the right-handed relief pitchers in our annual IBI positional rankings. This is always the toughest position to project in a minor league system as most Major League relievers are failed minor league starters. As a result, most of the Indians pen prospects of the future will come from the current pool of starters they have at all levels of the system. That said, the IBI's Tony Lastoria sees several interesting right-handed relievers worth keeping an eye on and gives scouting reports and insight into players such as C.C. Lee, Austin Adams, Bryan Price, Trevor Frank, D.J. Brown, Louis Head and many more.
 
April 10, 2014   (3 comments)
Frank riding a wave of success to Lake County
Trevor Frank prefers to spend his free time surfing, but the waves of Lake Erie may not produce a swell large enough for shortboards. Frank doesn’t mind, however, because he’s spending his summer toeing the rubber rather than rails of a surfboard. The IBI's Stephanie Metzger recently sat down with the Low-A Lake County reliever and talks about his ascent up the pro ranks...
 
April 10, 2014   (0 comments)
Chisenhall placed on paternity list, Sellers recalled
The Cleveland Indians today announced they have recalled infielder Justin Sellers from Triple-A Columbus and have placed third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall on the Paternity List.
 
April 10, 2014   (5 comments)
Second Thoughts Games #8 & #9: Indians split doubleheader
Another doubleheader, another split. After a great offensive series against Minnesota and an eight run outburst on Tuesday, the Indians offense slumped in both games on Wednesday. The team managed only 11 hits in the two games, but thanks to some stellar pitching found a way to take one game of the doubleheader. The IBI's Michael Goodman provides some "second thoughts" on the games...
 
April 10, 2014   (19 comments)
Around the Farm: April 9, 2014
Death, taxes (which Jim Piascik finished last night), and #WashTime making noise on the field. Anyone familiar with Cleveland's minor league system knows to expect great things when LeVon Washington is on the field and Wednesday was no exception. Joining Washington is a Lake County pitcher showing some surprising swing and miss in his game, a pair of organizational debuts with the RubberDucks, and more. Join Jim as he takes you Around the Farm.
 
April 10, 2014   (0 comments)
Storylines: Angels lose Hamilton to thumb injury
It what seems to be a growing theme, an injury headlines today's article. In this MLB News and Notes segment, the IBI's Andy Nichols will be giving occasional reports on the latest news and rumors throughout the MLB. Today's piece focuses on a potential surgery-causing injury to Josh Hamilton, what MLB executives think Stephen Drew and Kendrys Morales are worth, and more.
 
April 9, 2014   (0 comments)
Carolina Mudcats post big fifth inning, top Frederick, 9-2
Nine runs proved to be plenty as the Carolina Mudcats topped the Frederick Keys, 9-2, Wednesday in Maryland. The Mudcats improved their record to 4-2 on the season, fueled largely by five runs in the fifth inning. Three different Mudcats recorded two RBIs while Alex Monslave tallied three hits and three runs.
 
April 9, 2014   (0 comments)
Captains' streak snapped with 4-1 loss to Clinton Lumberkings
After going down 4-0, the Lake County Captains couldn't make a late comeback, losing to the Clinton Lumberkings, 4-1. The Captainssent Luis Lugo to the mound, but he lasted less than four innings before being removed from the game. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Captains.
 
April 9, 2014   (0 comments)
Akron RubberDucks strike early, beat the Altoona Curve, 5-4
The Akron RubberDucks jumped out to an early lead and ended up beating Altoona, 5-4, Wednesday. Starter Gabriel Arias pitched five strong innings while Akron collected nine hits as a team. Next up, the RubberDucks are set to head home to Akron to debut new uniforms and a renovated stadium.
 
April 9, 2014   (4 comments)
Pitching dominates, Indians split doubleheader with Padres
Even Meat Loaf knows that two out of three ain't bad. The Indians and Padres split Wednesday's traditional doubleheader, as pitching was the game of the game in the twin bill. Despite a win and loss on the day, the Tribe was still able to take the three-game series improving to 8-4 all-time against San Diego since 2003. IBI Indians beat reporter Jim Berdysz recaps the action from the ballpark.
 
April 9, 2014   (0 comments)
Clippers fall to Lousiville, 4-1, after seventh-inning grand slam
The Columbus Clippers fell 4-1 against Louisville Wednesday after a seventh inning grand slam. Scott Barnes allowed the bomb to the first batter he faced, pinning three runs on starter T.J. House, who had pitched a scoreless six innings off the bat. Bryan LaHair drove in Carlos Moncrief with a sharp single, but the lone run wasn't enough for Columbus to sneak out with a win.
 
April 9, 2014   (8 comments)
Nyjer Morgan: Back where he belongs
Few people get to travel the world. For center fielder Nyjer Morgan, he's had to endure just that in order to keep his big league career alive. Signed to a minor league contract this offseason with an invite to spring training, Morgan has quickly impressed Cleveland with his bat and unique veteran presence. IBI Tribe beat reporter Jim Berdysz caught up with the man they call "Tony Plush" and shares his thoughts on one of the Indians new faces in 2014.
 

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