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May 27, 2012   (0 comments)
Columbus holds off a Syracuse rally to win, 9-6
For the second straight night, the Clippers put together another standout offensive performance as they held on for 9-6 victory over Syracuse.
May 27, 2012   (0 comments)
Mudcats fall to the Dash in the 9th, 7-5
The Mudcats gave up two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to fall to the Winston-Salem Dash 7-5 during the Saturday night game in Carolina.
May 27, 2012   (0 comments)
Lavisky carries Lake County to victory
In the first game of a Memorial Weekend series on the road against the Lansing Lugnuts, the Lake County Captains were victorious, downing the first-place Lugnuts in a nail-biter 4-3. Right-hander Cody Anderson started on the hill for the Captains
May 27, 2012   (0 comments)
Erie dominated Akron in 7-3 win
The Akron Aeros fell behind early and the Erie SeaWolves (24-23) added on often to beat Akron 7-3. Brett Brach struggled out of the gate, failing to keep runners off base in his three and two-thirds innings of work, and the Aeros lead in the Western Division fell to three games, with second-place Harrisburg breathing down their neck.
May 27, 2012   (3 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #46-White Sox 14, Indians 7
The White Sox took the series in one of the craziest run-scoring games of the season. While the Indians offense never gave up, seven runs turned out to be less than half of what they needed, as the White Sox defeated the Indians, 14-7. Jim Berdysz returns to give his "Second Thoughts" on Saturday's ballgame.
May 26, 2012   (0 comments)
Identity ambiguity for Tribe starters?
Aside from a few starts, Justin Masterson and Ubaldo Jimenez have been anything but aces for the Cleveland Indians. With Derek Lowe, Jeanmar Gomez, Josh Tomlin and Zach McAllister carrying much of the load during the first quarter of the season, Adam McGavin takes a look at the identity forming, or lack thereoff, of the Indians' starting rotation.
May 26, 2012   (5 comments)
Santana placed on 7-day concussion DL
Today the Indians announced that catcher Carlos Santana has been placed on Major League Baseball’s new 7-day disabled list for concussion. They purchases the contract of Triple-A Columbus catcher Luke Carlin and added him to the roster. To make room on the 40-man roster for Carlin, left-handed pitcher Rafael Perez has been transferred from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day Disabled List.
May 26, 2012   (5 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #45-White Sox 9, Indians 3
With a sweep of the Detroit Tigers fresh in their rearviewmirrors, the Cleveland Indians headed to Chicago for their next "most important series of the season." The White Sox entered Friday Night's game 3 1/2 games behind the Indians, in second place, and playing good baseball. The Robin Ventura-led White Sox showcased that play in a 9-3 defeat of the Indians. Jim Berdysz brings his Saturday Morning "Second Thoughts" on last night's ballgame.
May 26, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers clobber Chief, 9-6
The Columbus Clippers topped the Syracuse Chiefs Friday night 9-6 after stringing together nine runs on twelve hits. Columbus started LHP David Huff (3-1) picked up the win for the Clippers in Fridays game, and the Chiefs countered with LHP John Lannan (3-5). Centerfielder Jason Donald lead off the game in strong fashion hitting a leadoff homerun to give the Clippers the early lead.
May 26, 2012   (0 comments)
Mudcats fall to Winston-Salem 7-5
The Carolina Mudcats (22-23) returned home following a rough road trip, where the Mudcats lost both series and compiled a 2-4 record, to take on the Winston Salem-Dash (25-19). The Mudcats fell to the Dash 7-5. Mudcat starter Francisco Jimenez found it hard to retire the lead off hitters in innings as three straight lead off home runs...
May 26, 2012   (0 comments)
McFarland, Aeros slammed, 7-3
The Erie SeaWolves washed over the Akron Aeros as T.J. McFarland struggled to keep the Erie line-up at bay on Friday. McFarland, who was coming off an impressive start against Richmond in which he allowed 12 hits, but only one run, was looking to earn his ninth win of the year.
May 26, 2012   (0 comments)
Ejections don't derail Captains from victory
The Lake County Captains (24-23) used the fuel from two ejections in the first inning and a great pitching performance to win the final game of a three game series with the West Michigan Whitecaps (21-27), 7-4. Lake County loaded the bases in the first inning off of Whitecaps’ starter Tommy Collier (2-4, 3.04 ERA) with two hits and a walk. Rightfielder Jordan Smith was called out on strikes.
May 26, 2012   (7 comments)
Around the Farm: May 25, 2012
Jared Goedert is on one heck of a run this season and has quickly put him squarely back on the Major League radar. Even though he is learning a new position he has hit as good as he ever has in his career, and Tony talks about his hot start to date in today's Around the Farm. In addition to Goedert, an update on Thomas Neal and over 20 other players are also provided.
May 25, 2012   (6 comments)
Many predicting Indians go "safe" route with first pick
We are 11 days away and counting from the MLB Draft. With that in mind, over the next week and a half several draft related articles will be posting to the IPI with thoughts on the draft, mock drafts, and conversations with Brad Grant and others. Today, resident draft expert Jeff Ellis touches on what the Indians are predicted to do with their first pick and why it would be okay, and also who else he may consider there.
May 25, 2012   (6 comments)
Is the best yet to come for the Indians?
The Indians got off to a great start last season at 30-15 through 45 games, but it proved to be their high watermark and they peaked too soon. This year they are off to another good start at 26-18 and are only three games off their 2011 pace, yet they have not played nearly as well but still find ways to win. Tony breaks down their starts from last year and this year and why he thinks the best is yet to come with the Indians this season.
May 25, 2012   (5 comments)
Around the Farm: May 24, 2012
Carolina was off on Thursday night, but the Indians' other three full season affiliates were all in action. Giovanni Soto had his best outing of the season, Kyle Bellows continues to swing a hot bat, and former Tribe #1 prospect Adam Miller squared off against his former organization. Tony touches on those three players and a bunch more in the IPI's daily morning staple "Around the Farm".
May 25, 2012   (2 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #44 - Tigers 1, Indians 2
Sweep! The Indians got the brooms out and sent the Motor City Kitties back to Detroit with an 0-3 showing at Progressive Field the last three days. Things are going well lately for the Indians as they beat the seemingly invincible Justin Verlander on Thursday afternoon thanks to some timely hits and great pitching by Justin Masterson and the bullpen. Jason Ruggiero gives his "second thoughts" on the big early season series.
May 25, 2012   (0 comments)
Miller, Thunder beat the Aeros, 4-3
Trenton first baseman Luke Murton singled home the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday night, sending the Akron Aeros to Erie with a 4-3 loss at Waterfront Park. Murton’s single to right center off Bryan Price allowed the Thunder (24-20) to gain a split in the four-game series with the Aeros (28-16).
May 25, 2012   (0 comments)
Sides extends personal streak in 10-4 win
The Lake County Captains (23-23) gave starter Elvis Araujo (2-4, 2.66) plenty of run support in a 10-4 win over the West Michigan Whitecaps (21-26) on Thursday night. The win puts Lake County one game out of second place in the division. West Michigan struck first in the second inning. Third baseman Jason King singled with two outs. He stole second, and scored on a single by the centerfielder Jason Krizan.
May 24, 2012   (0 comments)
Berger, Clippers blasted by Chiefs, 13-4
For the second time in as many games, the Columbus Clippers fell into a sizable hole early and were unable to recover. Columbus (21-25) lost to the Syracuse Chiefs, 13-4, Thursday night at Alliance Bank Stadium in Syracuse, New York. The loss was the third straight for the Clippers, and the fifth in seven games. Home runs and a barrage of hits were the thorn for Clippers' starter, left-hander Eric Berger.

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