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September 16, 2008   (0 comments)
This is a piece that will run in this week's Minor Happenings, but wanted to run on its own as well. Even though the season is over, there will still be several player interviews and news updates to provide through the end of the month.
Indians minor league catcher Brian Juhl is what you would call an organizational soldier. A player who has little chance of making it to the big leagues or...
September 15, 2008   (0 comments)
Dixon's Durability And Consistency A Strength
The Indians minor league season came to an official close on Sunday evening with Akron losing 5-1 in Game Four of the Eastern League Championship series, and with the loss Akron dropped the best-of-five series three games to one. With the season over, many players will return home for the winter for some long overdue rest and relaxation, while others will go to Arizona for Instructional League which...
September 15, 2008   (0 comments)
Miscues Doom Aeros in 5-1 Loss
Trenton Claims Second Straight Eastern League Crown
TRENTON, NJ – The Thunder scored four runs in a sixth inning where nothing went right for Akron, and those scores propelled Trenton to the Eastern League title for the second consecutive year, defeating the Aeros 5-1 in game four before 3,117 fans at Waterfront Park. Trenton also bested Akron in four...
September 14, 2008   (0 comments)
Jackson Leads Thunder to 4-1 Win
Trenton Leads Series 2-1; Game 4 Sunday at 6:05 p.m.
TRENTON, NJ – Austin Jackson gaveth for Trenton Saturday night, and he tooketh away from the Aeros as the Thunder claimed game three of the Eastern League Championship Series 4-1 before 4,575 fans at Waterfront Park. The Thunder now lead the best-of-five series two games to one, with game four set...
September 12, 2008   (0 comments)
Aeros and Thunder Rained Out Friday
Series Tied 1-1; Game 3 Saturday at 6:05 p.m.
TRENTON, NJ – Game three of the Eastern League Championship Series was rained out Friday night in Trenton, pushing the remaining games in the series back a day.
The Aeros and Thunder will try again Saturday night at 6:05 p.m., with game four Sunday at 6:05 p.m. If necessary, game five will be...
September 11, 2008   (0 comments)
Minor Happenings: Santana Looks Like #1
"Minor Happenings" covers the important developments and news in the Indians farm system. While most of the information in this report is from my own research and through interviews I have conducted with organizational personnel, some information in this report is collected and summarized from the various news outlets that cover each team.
And then there was one. With Mahoning Valley and Lake...
September 11, 2008   (0 comments)
Seven-Run 8th Lifts Aeros in Wild 13-10 Win
Series Tied 1-1; Game 3 Friday at Trenton
AKRON, OH – The Aeros blew a five-run lead, scored seven runs in the bottom of the eighth, then watched as Trenton rallied and got the tying run to the plate in the ninth before Erik Stiller finally recorded the elusive 27th out as Akron outlasted the Thunder 13-10 in game two of the Eastern League...
September 10, 2008   (0 comments)
Thunder Claim Game 1 3-1, Lead Series 1-0
Game 2 Wednesday at Canal Park
AKRON, OH – Trenton scored the two deciding runs in the top of the sixth and the Aeros were unable to answer late, falling to the Thunder 3-1 in game one of the Eastern League Championship Series before 3,327 fans at Canal Park Tuesday. Akron will look to even the best-of-five series Wednesday evening at 7:05...
September 9, 2008   (0 comments)
Head's Athleticism On Display At Akron
After a controversial first round playoff series win, Akron is ready to play in the Eastern League Championship Series which kicks off tonight at 7:05 PM at Canal Park in Akron. The best-of-five series will see Game One and Game Two played at Akron tonight and tomorrow (Wednesday), with the series shifting to Trenton, NJ for Game Three on Friday, and if necessary Games Four and Five on Saturday and...
September 8, 2008   (0 comments)
Considering there is some time here before Akron's next playoff series and the season winds down as we wrap up another season of minor league baseball, I wanted to give a quick thanks to those who visit this site as well as TheClevelandFan.com to read the player stories as well as Minor Happenings or anything else minor league related. Grazi.
Things will continue to be business as usual here...
September 7, 2008   (0 comments)
(Congrats to Mr. Lewis)
CLEVELAND, OH-- The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has recalled LHP SCOTT LEWIS from the AA Akron Aeros.
Lewis, 24, began the 2008 season in extended spring training recovering from a strained left lat muscle suffered during spring training. He was then transferred to AA Akron on June 6 where he went 6-2 with a 2.33 ERA (73.1IP, 62H, 22R/19ER, 9BB,...
September 7, 2008   (0 comments)
Aeros Take Southern Division Title with Win
EL Championship Series Begins Tuesday Night
AKRON, OH – Indians rehabber Travis Hafner and Matt LaPorta each powered home runs and Frank Herrmann worked seven excellent innings as the Aeros took Game 4 of the Southern Division Championship Series at Canal Park Saturday night, 5-1 over the Bowie Baysox. The Aeros claimed their fourth straight...
September 6, 2008   (0 comments)
DH Travis Hafner will be in the lineup again for Akron in Game Four on Saturday evening.
Hafner’s Slam Powers Akron to 6-2 Win
Edell Shines as Well, Aeros Claim 2-1 Series Edge
AKRON, OH – A rehabbing Travis Hafner drilled a grand slam to cap a five-run rally in the bottom of the second, and the Aeros sat back and allowed starter Ryan Edell to do the rest in a crucial 6-2...
September 5, 2008   (0 comments)
Minor Happenings: Miller To Bullpen A Possibility
"Minor Happenings" covers the important developments and news in the Indians farm system. While most of the information in this report is from my own research and through interviews I have conducted with organizational personnel, some information in this report is collected and summarized from the various news outlets that cover each team. Today is one of the final versions of Happenings this year....
September 5, 2008   (0 comments)
For those wondering, yes, catcher Carlos Santana is injured and has been shutdown for the year. The specific injury is a strained adductor muscle (lower-inside hip area).
September 5, 2008   (0 comments)
DH Travis Hafner will be in Akron on Friday for Game 3 of their series with Bowie, and may play in Game 4 on Saturday.
C Carlos Santana and IF Brandon Pinckney were taken off the Akron roster today and replaced with C Damaso Espino and IF/OF Jerad Head.
Aeros Fall to Baysox 11-3, Series Tied 1-1
BOWIE, MD – Nolan Reimold socked three home runs and drove in eight, leading Bowie...
September 4, 2008   (0 comments)
Minor Happenings: Martin Is Back On The Radar
"Minor Happenings" covers the important developments and news in the Indians farm system. While most of the information in this report is from my own research and through interviews I have conducted with organizational personnel, some information in this report is collected and summarized from the various news outlets that cover each team.
Wow, what an opening night in the playoffs last night...
September 4, 2008   (0 comments)
The Indians announced today that they have extended their player development contract with Mahoning Valley for two years through the 2010 season.
Aeros Outlast Baysox 6-5 in 12-Inning Thriller
BOWIE, MD – Matt LaPorta collected four hits and drove in four runs, including the game-winner in the top of the 12th, as Akron claimed a phenomenal 6-5 win over Bowie in game one of the Southern...
September 3, 2008   (0 comments)
Mahalic Ready For Game One Assignment
Cleveland Indians Single-A affiliate Lake County is ready to kick things off tonight in the South Atlantic League (SAL) playoffs. The best-of-three series against the West Virginia Power (Milwaukee Brewers) will see Game 1 played tonight in West Virginia at 7:05 PM, and then move to Lake County for Game 2 on Friday night at 7:05 PM and then if necessary Game 3 on Saturday in Lake County at 7:05 PM.
September 3, 2008   (0 comments)
The Indians officially cut ties with Buffalo on Tuesday when they sent a termination letter to MLB indicating their desire to end their player development contract with them. This is the first step in their long anticipated move to Columbus, a move which should be made official sometime after September 15th. More on this in Happenings later this week.
Lake County will officially move to the...

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