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April 30, 2012   (0 comments)
Aeros sweep marathon doubleheader
After a rainout on Saturday, the Akron Aeros swept a double header against Altoona, playing a total of 20 innings in the process. In the opening game, Eric Berger gave up two unearned runs courtesy of a throwing error and a wild pitch to give Altoona a second inning lead. He pitched four and two-thirds innings, giving up three hits and three walks while striking out two.
 
April 30, 2012   (5 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #20 - Indians 4, Angels 0
The Indians used every miscue they could from the Angels on Sunday afternoon to win the game 4-0, and take the series 2 games to 1. Derek Lowe has emerged as the ace of the staff, and Michael Brantley is finally looking like a lead-off hitter. IPI's own Jeff Ellis takes the reigns today of our newest daily column, Second Thoughts, our daily Indians recap.
 
April 29, 2012   (2 comments)
2012 IPI on Site: Bryson Myles
"IPI on Site" has settled in to its Sunday evening position and is a weekly on-line video show on the IPI that features a player in the Cleveland Indians' farm system. This week we catch up with Low-A Lake County outfielder Bryson Myles and find out how his season is going, what he is working on, and more!
 
April 29, 2012   (0 comments)
Burlington buries Lake County, 7-2
Burlington sent nine batters to the plate and scored four runs in the opening frame of the ballgame. The early four run lead was insurmountable for the Captains. The big hit in the inning came off the bat of Dusty Robinson. Robinson doubled to left center field, which scored the first two runs for Burlington. From that point, Burlington used three more hits and scored two more runs and had the early 4-0 lead after a half of an inning.
 
April 29, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers use late-inning rally to beat Pawtucket
Solid pitching and late-inning hitting propelled the Columbus Clippers to their third win in a row Sunday afternoon. The Clippers (13-10), rallied from a 2-0 deficit through five innings to beat the Pawtucket Red Sox (15-9), 3-2, in front of 7,463 fans at Huntington Park. Errors by the Columbus defense gave Pawtucket an early lead, but a mistake by the Red Sox defense in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the Clippers the game-winning run.
 
April 29, 2012   (6 comments)
Tribe Happenings: Indians have big outfield problems
The Indians have a big problem in the outfield. It is not just the glaring hole in left field for this season, but it is the glaring hole at just about every position in the outfield for the next several seasons. Tony examines the Indians' dire outfield situation in Cleveland and the minors, looks at the Kotchman vs. LaPorta issue, Jimenez being just another Carmona clone, and the exciting Nick Hagadone in his weekly Sunday notebook.
 
April 29, 2012   (3 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #19 – Angels 2, Indians 1
The Indians were coming off Friday Night's late inning heroics, but it wasn't to be on Saturday as rain and Dan Haren put a damper during Game 2. The bats were asleep, but Jeanmar Gomez came out and pitched a gem, and is slowly starting to cement his place in the Tribe rotation. Check out Jim Berdysz take on IPI's new daily column, Second Thoughts.
 
April 29, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: April 28, 2012
Will Roberts is starting to make a name for himself down in Lake County, but the guy that everyone seems to be talking about is Matt LaPorta. LaPorta tops ATF this morning after continuing his International League onslaught. Is it time to move LaPorta back to the bigs, or is this just another indicator of his Andy Marte-disease? Jim Pete returns to the ATF grind with another look at the minor league performances yesterday.
 
April 28, 2012   (0 comments)
Early offense propels Salem to 3-2 win over Carolina
The Salem Red Sox scored three early runs and that’s all they needed to defeat the Carolina Mudcats 3-2 on Saturday night at Lewis Gale Field in Salem, Virginia. Red Sox starting pitcher, Ryan Pressly, snagged his first win of the season by striking out six and allowing the only three hits that Carolina could muster over six strong innings. Pressly was replaced in favor of Salem reliever Marco Duarte when he was unable to hold onto a shutout by allowing the Mudcats to score their only two runs of the night.
 
April 28, 2012   (0 comments)
Columbus wins with eighth-inning rally
COLUMBUS—In a game that pitted one of the International League’s best offenses against one of Triple-A’s top pitchers, the former prevailed. Barely.The Columbus Clippers (12-10) rallied to beat the Pawtucket Red Sox (15-8), 6-4, on Saturday in front of 6,191 fans on a chilly night at Huntington Park.
 
April 28, 2012   (0 comments)
Lake County rolls 6-0 over Burlington
The Lake County Captains opened a three game series against the Burlington Bees on a cold, cloudy day at Classic Park. They showed the 1,668 fans in attendance a great pitching performance, as Will Roberts led the Captains to a 6-0 victory. Lake County scored the game’s first run in the second inning, off of right hander Jose Macias (1-3, 6.65 ERA). Catcher Alex Lavisky singled to center to lead off.
 
April 28, 2012   (6 comments)
The Bryce is Right
Right-handed pitcher Bryce Stowell has been lights out so far this season for Double-A Akron. After a mysterious season last year where he missed a few months at the beginning of the season, Tony recently sat down with him and talked about what happened last year and how he feels this season.
 
April 28, 2012   (0 comments)
The 2012 Transaction Rundown:  April 21-27
It was a crazy week with player movement within the Indians system as many players were sent all over the place to cover for injuries and promotions in the upper levels. The big move of the week was Nick Hagadone coming back to Cleveland last night with Rafael Perez's trip to the 15-day DL. Arthur recaps them all!
 
April 28, 2012   (3 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #18 - Angels 2, Indians 3
The Indians had an exciting win last night with their first walkoff win of the year in a 3-2 win over the visiting Angels. With the win they find themselves all alone atop the AL Central standings. Jim Berdysz recaps Friday night's game and gives his "second thoughts" on the brilliant performances of Masterson and Pestano, the Indians' struggles with driving in runs, and more!
 

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