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July 27, 2010   (0 comments)
Akron's Week That Was: 7/19 - 7/25
The Aeros took on mighty division leading Altoona earlier last week and it was just as if they had been playing last place Erie. The Aeros swept the Curve out of town and put a nice dent into their division lead. As it stands now, the club is just a game back of Bowie and five games back of Altoona after they dropped two to Reading in a four, make it three, game series. Akron fell to Reading in...
 
July 27, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 7/26: Clippers' Bats Remain Hot In Win
Brown, Valbuena power Clippers, again
Luis Valbuena homered twice and Jordan Brown added another, plus another bases-loaded hit, as Columbus swept Pawtucket out of town, 11-7, in front a record-setting crowd of 12,517 Monday night at Huntington Park.
The Clippers jumped out to an early lead with four runs in the first inning, including two on a Brown single, which made him 11-for-14...
 
July 26, 2010   (0 comments)
Cleveland Indians pitcher Anthony Reyes will continue his rehab assignment Tuesday night with the Akron Aeros at Canal Park. Reyes will start tomorrow in Akron’s matchup against the Bowie Baysox and is Sunday afternoon’s expected starter as well. The right-hander underwent Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery on June 12th, 2009 and will initially be on a three-inning or 50-pitch limit, whichever...
 
July 26, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 7/25: Brown Saves the Day
Clippers get big hit, hang on for 5-4 win
When Jordan Brown's baseball career is complete, he could become a mail carrier, as he continues to deliver in the clutch with the bases loaded. He delivered again on Sunday night against the Pawtucket Red Sox in the fifth inning with a bases-clearing double, propelling Columbus to a 5-4 victory.
Brown's three-run double highlighted a four-run...
 
July 25, 2010   (0 comments)
The trade deadline is less than a week away.
For various reasons the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline has come to be known as the most relevant time of the year for Tribe fans. It’s the time when the Indians are staples at the top of the ESPN broadcasts and the talk of a lot of baseball people throughout the game. Of course, it is unfortunately because they are having to trade off soon-to-be...
 
July 25, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 7/24: White Continues to Shine
Aeros Soar Past R-Phils 12-1 Saturday Night
Yohan Flande struggled on the mound on Saturday evening -- Akron starter Alex White, however, shined.
White (6-4, 1.48) tossed seven impressive innings, Beau Mills, John Drennen, and Jerad Head each homered, and the Akron Aeros pummeled the R-Phils 12-1 in game three of their four-game set from FirstEnergy Stadium in Reading on Saturday night.
 
July 24, 2010   (0 comments)
Back In The Saddle
I am on my way home from a family vacation and will be attending games in Kinston, North Carolina this weekend to see the Indians High-A affiliate in action. It's nice to be back into the mix completely re-energized for the stretch run of the season we have coming up these last 6-8 weeks.
I am caught up on all the happenings while I was away, and once I get home late Sunday night I will be...
 
July 24, 2010   (0 comments)
"Indians Minor League Magazine" is a half hour program on the Cleveland Indians cable network SportsTime Ohio (STO) which airs weekly on Tuesday nights from 6:00-6:30 PM EST. The show recaps all of the highlights from the week that was in the Cleveland Indians farm system with lots of video, interviews, and in-studio guests.
The show recaps the week that was in the system and also features...
 
July 24, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 7/23: Clippers Take Two Friday
Clippers take both against Red Sox
It was a two-for-one deal at Huntington Park on Friday night for the Columbus Clippers, as the Clippers won two games in a matter of hours against the Pawtucket Red Sox. The Clippers won a game that was postponed from June 20, 6-3 against Pawtucket and then followed that up with a 5-3 win in the nightcap.
In the suspended game, the Clippers resumed...
 
July 23, 2010   (0 comments)
As I begin another round of video taking - starting with this weekend in Kinston - here are some scouting videos I shot of several players in Columbus, Akron, and Lake County in June that have been on my You Tube page but I have not posted on the IPI yet.
Players shot include: Jared Goedert (Akron & Columbus), Jordan Brown (Columbus), Cord Phelps (Akron & Columbus), Nick Weglarz (Columbus),...
 
July 23, 2010   (0 comments)
The Scrapperbook: Week Five
With the season in full swing, here's how the Scrappers looked in week five . . .
Where We Stand in Week Five:
Overall Record: 14-20 (3-4 this week). Fifth place, 6 games behind Williamsport.
Week Five Games:
16 @ Brooklyn, L 1-2 (WP: A. Cuan; LP: M. Rayl; SV: R. Fraser)
17 vs. Williamsport, W 7-4 (WP: C. Gaynor; LP: J. Sampson; SV: N. Kirk)
18 vs. Williamsport,...
 
July 23, 2010   (0 comments)
Clip & Dirty: 7/22
The Clippers fell in their series finale against the Durham Bulls and leave North Carolina with a series split and a ½ game lead in the race for the best record in the International League. Josh Tomlin was dominant until the 6th inning when he gave up a walk and a couple hits to allow his only 2 runs of the night. The Clippers offense had trouble getting things going and only managed a pair of runs...
 
July 23, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 7/22: K-Tribe Rally Sparks Win
Kinston Comes Back to Beat Wilmington 10-3
The K-Tribe used a six-run seventh inning to overcome an early 3-0 deficit in a 10-3 win over Wilmington on Thursday night at Historic Grainger Stadium. Kinston capatalized on four Blue Rock walks and a bases loaded triple by Abner Abreu to turn the tide late in the contest.
Wilmington struck first against Kinston starter T.J. McFarland in...
 
July 22, 2010   (0 comments)
Fontanez's Versatility Helps Career, Scrappers
Defense is the name of Kevin Fontanez’s game.
Fontanez, the Indians’ 24th round pick in the 2008 Draft out of Puerto Rico, is smallish in stature at 5’11 and 170-pounds and just turned 20-years old a few weeks back. He has long been considered suspect with the bat, but gifted with the glove where he has plus range and a plus arm at shortstop.
That expertise is now being put...
 

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