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IBI Scoreboard for August 26, 2014
Triple-A
COL 3
TOL 1
Double-A
TRE 5
AKR 0
High-A
LYN 3
CAR 4
Low-A
LC 3
LAN 2
Short-A
SC 6
MV 2
Rookie
IND 0
RED 3

Indians Prospect Insider

August 7, 2012   (2 comments)
Around the Farm: August 6, 2012
It definitely wasn't a showcase night for the Tribe organization, with Akron and Carolina off, and Columbus and Mahoning Valley swinging wet noodles. Lake County managed to walk-off with a win, with Jose Ramirez keeping his average near .350 on the year, and Bryson Myles starting to regain his prospect footing after injuries threatened to derail him earlier this year. The AZL Indians continued to rake, but the top spot in ATF goes to Mr. Walk-Off himself. Find out who that is, after the jump...
August 6, 2012   (5 comments)
Indians pickup Martinez from Angels
Early Monday afternoon the Indians roster shuffle continued as they announced that they had claimed minor league right-handed pitcher Fabio Martinez off waivers from the Los Angeles Angels. Tony provides some information on the Indians' newest member of the organization.
August 6, 2012   (2 comments)
Rodriguez showing no fear in Lake County
The Lake County Captains are a team full of prospective minor league ballplayers. With the exception of Francisco Lindor, none may have as much talent as Luigi Rodriguez. Rodriguez possesses that multi-tool ability that everybody covets, and while he has a long road to the majors, his plus-plus speed just may get him there early. IPI's Stephanie Metzger spent some time with Rodriguez...after the jump...
August 6, 2012   (0 comments)
Sailing with the Clippers: 7/30/12 to 8/05/12
After ending the last full week of July on a tear, the Clippers limped into August and didn’t get much better as the first week of the month went on. Columbus went 13-3 the last two full weeks of July, the hottest the team has been all season long. The Clippers then took a turn for the worse this week, going 2-4. Andrew Holleran talks about it all in his weekly notebook...
August 6, 2012   (0 comments)
Howard looks good in AZL Sunday doubleheader
Dillon Howard started the first game of two seven inning ball games on Sunday night and pitched one of his better game in the AZL thus far. The Indians lost the first game 2-1 but rebounded in the second game to beat the Padres 7-3.
August 6, 2012   (3 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #108 Tigers 10, Indians 8
There is really not a lot more that can be said about the Indians fall of late. It has been rough to watch, and has really made a lot of people question the Tribe. I think the biggest non story that this rough stretch has brought to my attention has been how Jason Kipnis has been awful since May. He was merely below average in June, but has been horrid since then.
August 6, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers Clip Tides 1-0
It was another defensive struggle on Sunday evening, but this time the Columbus Clippers came out on top against the Norfolk Tides by a final score of just 1-0.
August 6, 2012   (0 comments)
Hernandez gives up four bombs in 8-1 loss
A quartet of home runs lifted the South Bend Silver Hawks over Roberto Hernandez and the Lake County Captains during an 8-1 loss on Sunday evening.
August 6, 2012   (0 comments)
ValleyCats edge Scrappers 5-4
The Scrappers dropped a tight-knit affair in Troy Sunday, losing 5-4 to the Tri-City ValleyCats.
August 6, 2012   (8 comments)
Around the Farm: August 5, 2012
Dillon Howard had a decent outing on the night, and while it wasn't stellar, it was better than his mostly drab outings so far in 2012. Roberto Hernandez struck out nine against only one walk, but gave up four home runs. Jerrud Sabourin racked up another two-hit ballgame, and Jordan Smith hit his sixth homer on the season. Check out Sunday's ATF for the rest of the Tribe headliners...
August 5, 2012   (3 comments)
2012 Arizona Rookie League Notebook:July 29-August 4
The AZL Indians pitching had some impressive starts this week, though the defense struggled throughout the week. The Arizona squad went 2-4 on the week and had their share of growing pains with 13 errors in the six games. Let’s run through the players and highlights of the week…
August 5, 2012   (6 comments)
Tribe Happenings: COLLAPSE
The Indians beat Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers on July 26th in their most stirring victory of the season. It gave them a 7-3 record against the Tigers, and gave them the springboard to start their first major win streak of the season. Of course, they then lost eight in a row. Join us, won't you, as we dive right into the Indians collapse, 2012 style. Don't worry, we talk about some good in there too...
August 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #107 Tigers 6, Indians 1
The Indians lost their seventh game in a row, and are now 8 1/2 games behind the Chicago White Sox. Their run differential is the worst in the American League (fourth worst in all of baseball, behind Houston, Colorado and Miami) right now at a crazy -88 runs, and the big league club is beginning to look a lot like the Columbus Clippers did back in April. Check out Jim B. and his Second Thoughts, after the jump...
August 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Lake County blows big lead in 7-6 loss
The Lake County Captains jumped out to an early lead over the South Bend Silver Hawks and could not hold on as the bullpen gave up the winning run in the ninth inning. The Captains fell to the Silver Hawks 7-6.
August 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Norfolk shuts down Columbus 3-1
The Columbus Clippers were completely shut down offensively on Saturday night as they fell to the Norfolk Tides by a final score of 3-1. The Clippers mustered only four hits on the night, and their lone run came on a solo home run by second baseman Cord Phelps in the fourth inning.
August 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Scrappers drop series opener to Tri-City, 8-3
The Scrappers rolled into Troy, New York on Saturday night to square off against the best team in the New York-Penn League, the Tri-City ValleyCats. Despite collecting the same number of hits, the ValleyCat offense was more productive than the Scrappers, leading Tri-City to an 8-3 victory.
August 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Mudcats fall apart late in 10-2 loss
The Carolina Mudcats offense was absolutely stagnant on Saturday Night, as the Lynchburg Hillcats overwhelmed the Muddies 10-2. Carolina took an early lead, but were unable to hold it, as they fell to one game over .500 in the second half of the season.
August 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: August 4, 2012
The AZL Indians are loaded for bear with offense right now, and while the league is clearly skewed in that direction, there are several interesting prospects that lit it up on Saturday Night. Second baseman Claudio Bautista led the way for the Indians with his best game this season so far. Leading ATF is a 2012 pick who had his first multi-hit ball-game. Find out who, after the jump...
August 4, 2012   (13 comments)
Corner of Carnegie and Ontario:The Road Not Taken
Chris Antonetti threw up the white flag on the 2012 season this past Tuesday when they failed to make any moves leading up to the trade deadline. While many consider this to be a smart play, it goes directly against the move made during last season's trade deadline. Are the Indians taking the correct path? Join Jim Pete at the Corner of Carnegie for his look at the Indians' crossroads...
August 4, 2012   (0 comments)
Akron strikes early and holds on for 7-3 win
Manchester, NH – The Akron Aeros (67-45) used a five run first inning to take a commanding start all the way to victory against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (43-70) , winning 7-3 at Delta Dental Stadium Friday night.

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