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April 25, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 4/24: Bixler Homers Lead Clippers
Clippers Win Handily 7-1
The Columbus Clippers defeated the Toledo Mud Hens 7-1 Saturday night at Fifth Third Field.
After retiring the first seven batters, the Clippers got to Phil Dumatrait with one out in the third. Chris Gimenez and Anderson Hernandez hit back-to-back singles to get Columbus going. After Michael Brantley flew out to left field, Jason Donald hit an RBI double,...
 
April 24, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 4/23: Clippers, Captains Stay Hot
Clippers Come Back For 6-2 Win
The Columbus Clippers scored five late runs to beat the Toledo Mud Hens, 6-2, on Friday night at Fifth Third Field.
The Clippers got on the board in the third inning thanks to a one-out single by Trevor Crowe, a stolen base, and a two-out RBI single by Shelley Duncan.
The Mud Hens loaded the bases in the bottom of the third against Columbus starter...
 
April 23, 2010   (0 comments)
Minor Happenings: Bo Knows Baseball
"Minor Happenings" is a weekly column which 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.
I was in Lake County this...
 
April 23, 2010   (0 comments)
After getting off to a torrid start by winning their first nine games in the Midwest League, the Captains have started to cool off. They lost their first series of the year as the Great Lakes Loons took two of three from them this week in Eastlake. The Captains now sport a 12-3 record, and lead the Loons by two games in the Northern Division of the Midwest League.
On Thursday night, outfielder...
 
April 23, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 4/22: Rough Day All Around For Indians Affiliates
Toledo Rallies Past Clippers
Yohan Pino looked like Johan Santana circa 2004 for 3 innings Thursday night, striking out 7 batters and allowing only two weak hits and throwing only 12 pitches out of the strike zone. The 4th inning unfortunately turned out to be a disaster for the Clippers righty. Pino walked two, hit a man and allowed 2 hits that turned into 4 runs for the Toledo Mud Hens...
 
April 22, 2010   (0 comments)
Diamonds In Single A: Looking Back Part 1
For the first column of the year, I thought it might be fun to revisit the players that this article focused on last year. As the year goes on I also plan to do more in depth revisits of the players to see how they are progressing up the minors, so not only will this space be used to promote lesser known players but will also show the success and failures of these players since they left Single A.
 
April 22, 2010   (0 comments)
Tonight Paul Cousineau and I are back on the cyberwaves with another edition of "Smoke Signals" from 9:30-10:30 PM EST. As always, we will recap the week that was for the big league Indians as well as what went down in the minor leagues. The Indians rode a hot streak of good starting pitching and Shin-Soo Choo's bat to win four in a row before going to Minnesota and dropping the first two games of...
 
April 22, 2010   (0 comments)
Clip & Dirty: 4/21/10
The story of the game was the early exit of Carlos Santana with a leg injury, but per Tony's wonderful twitter update (which saved an evening of collective hand-wringing) we can be thankful that it appears to be only a minor injury and should put Carlos on the day-to-day routine. The home crowd certainly had trouble enjoying it to their fullest with Santana's departure, but the Clippers turned in...
 
April 22, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 4/21: Gomez Back To Old Form
Gomez Leads Clippers To Victory
In his third career Triple-A start, right-hander Jeanmar Gomez showed the potential that has him ranked as one of the Indians top pitching prospects and made them add him to the 40-man roster last offseason. His pitching combined with some timely hitting by the Clippers offense led them to a convincing 6-1 victory on Wednesday afternoon.
After struggling...
 
April 21, 2010   (0 comments)
Three Up, Three Down: 4/14 - 4/20
Welcome to this week's installment of Three Up, Three Down. On the upside, we will look at a second baseman tearing the cover off the ball for Akron, a Captains OF with a major league name, and a flamethrowing lefty aquired at the trading deadline. On the downside, we have a couple of struggling Aeros and a veteran at AAA who is not making the most of an opportunity. Finally, we'll get an update...
 
April 21, 2010   (0 comments)
Santana Injured
As I just tweeted, Triple-A catcher Carlos Santana left the game today with an apparent left leg injury. He injured himself in the third inning of today's game against Louisville where in his second at bat of the game he fouled a ball hard off his lower leg, foot area. He immediately collapsed to the ground and was in considerable pain, and had to be helped off the field by teammates as he could...
 
April 21, 2010   (0 comments)
Donald
At this time last year, infielder Jason Donald was playing with the Philadelphia Phillies Triple-A affiliate in Lehigh Valley trying to make every impression possible to somehow crack a Phillies infield situation where he was road-blocked by All-Stars Jimmy Rollins at shortstop and Chase Utley at second base.
Even though the situation in Philadelphia appeared impossible for Donald to fit into,...
 
April 21, 2010   (0 comments)
Game Recap 4/20: Hagadone Helps Kinston End Slide
K-Tribe Gets 4-0 Win
The K-Tribe snapped a six game skid, shutting out Wilmington 4-0 Tuesday night in Delaware.
Kinston pitching was great again tonight, as starter Nick Hagadone gave up just two hits in 4 2/3 innings. Hagadone struck out three and walked one. Hagadone has not given up an earned run in three starts this season. T.J. McFarland got the win out of the pen, getting Hagadone...
 
April 20, 2010   (0 comments)
With the Kinston Indians shutting out the Wilmington Blue Rocks 4-0 tonight, I can't help but wax poetic one more time about the pitching staff assembled in Kinston. Tonight, Nick Hagadone and T.J. McFarland combined on the three-hit shutout. Hagadone continues to showcase stud status, and as he builds his pitch count towards the three-digits, should also build a resume that gets him to Akron by...
 

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