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April 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers score three in 9th for walk-off win
Another game, another late-inning rally for the Columbus Clippers. With two outs and the Clippers trailing, 3-2, to the Indianapolis Indians in the bottom of the ninth inning, shortstop Gregorio Petit came to bat with runners on first and third. Petit drove what he said to be a slider from Indians’ reliever Tim Wood to deep left field, scoring both runners, and giving the Clippers (4-1) a dramatic 4-3 walk-off win in front of 7,507 fans at dime-a-dog night at Huntington Park in Columbus on Monday.
April 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Sailing with the Clippers: April 5-8
The first week of the season is in the books, or first half week we should say. Kevin is back with his weekly Clippers notebook that recaps the week that was for the Indians' Triple-A affiliate. Matt LaPorta has had a good showing so far, and he talks about him a little and a few others.
April 9, 2012   (9 comments)
Ranking the 2012 Indians’ Opening Day 25-Man Roster
Jim Piascik takes a different approach to analyzing the Indians' 25-man roster as he ranks the players from 1 to 25. From Jairo Asencio and Aaron Cunningham to Asdrubal Cabrera and Carlos Santana, Jim breaks it all down in a piece that he will re-post to the site at several points in the season.
April 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: April 8, 2012
Scotty Barnes showcased why HE should be getting the next call-up to the big league level, while Jeremie Tice showed off some of his previously hidden power. The best of the bunch is a creator of havoc on the basepaths, and was on base five times tonight. Jim Pete gives a "green jacket" look at yesterday's minor league performances.
April 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Ninth inning rally lifts Mudcats over Dash
The Carolina Mudcats defeated the Winston-Salem Dash 10-9 on Sunday afternoon to win a zany game, and take the first series of their young season at Five County Stadium. Clayton Ehlert blew the lead in the ninth inning, but clutch hitting and shoddy defense gave the Mudcats the three runs they needed in the ninth to give them the victory.
April 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers lose lead, but win series, game in last at bat
The first series of the 2012 season was a victorious one for the Columbus Clippers. With one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth inning Sunday, Louisville Bats reliever, right-hander Nick Christiani, walked Clippers’ right fielder Trevor Crowe to give Columbus a 5-4 lead. The RBI walk by Crowe proved to be a game-winning one, and with a 7-4 win, Columbus (3-1) took the final game in a four-game series against the Bats (1-3) on a sunny afternoon in front of 6,157 fans at Huntington Park in Columbus.
April 8, 2012   (3 comments)
Tribe Happenings: Perez did not look ready for the opener
Opening day has come and gone, and after two games that took a total of 28 innings the Indians stand at 0-2. Tony talks about the tough crushing blown save by closer Chris Perez in the opener, wonders if he was ready, disagrees with the idea closer's can't be taken out of a game, talks about Masterson and Jimenez's outstanding starts, and lots more.
April 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Dash even up series with Mudcats
The Winston-Salem Dash quickly erased the memory of their opening day loss to the Carolina Mudcats with a strong 7-2 victory on Saturday night at Five County Stadium. A towering solo home run in the second inning by Dash catcher Mike Blanke set the tone for the evening, and Mudcats' left-handed starting pitcher Mike Rayl got the loss due to a four run fourth inning by Winston- Salem that put the game out of reach.
April 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Aeros suffer first loss of season, 2-1
The Akron Aeros faced off against the Binghamton Mets on Saturday afternoon and suffered their first loss of the regular season by a score of 2-1. Right-handed pitcher Steven Wright , who was drafted by the Indians in the second round of the 2006 First Year Player Draft out of The University of Hawaii, took the loss. Before retiring after five innings, Wright allowed three hits, walked two and struck out five.
April 8, 2012   (4 comments)
Around the Farm: April 7, 2012
Francisco Lindor tops off his first ATF, with Matt LaPorta joining him with some big-time lumber in Columbus. But the Easter Bunny brought special treats to a starting pitcher that struggled for the Clippers in 2011. Jim Pete hops along the ATF bunny trail with an in-depth look at yesterday's minor league performances.
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Kluber dominates, Clippers win 6-4
The Columbus Clippers came out in their royal blue uniforms Saturday night and took game three of their series with the Louisville Bats by a score of 6-4. Right-handed starting pitcher Corey Kluber made his season debut and was looking to make up for a 2011 season with the Clippers that did not live up to his expectations as he went 7-11 with a 5.56 ERA...
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Captains jump on Tincaps early in 9-1 win
The Captains got rolling out of the gate on Saturday night and finished with a 9-1 win to take two out of three against the Fort Wayne Tincaps. LeVon Washington led off the game with a double down the left field line. Shortstop Francisco Lindor reached base on an infield single, moving Washington to third. Lindor stole second base and designated hitter Alex Monsalve walked to load the bases, and then third baseman Leonardo Castillo drove in Washington with a sacrifice fly to center field....
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Last season was a learning year for Lavisky
Alex Lavisky is back at Lake County to open the 2012 season. and with last year's learning experience with everything on and off the field he is looking to have a productive season to start to put things together. Tony recently had a chance to sit down with him and discuss his season last year and what he did in the offseason.
April 7, 2012   (2 comments)
The 2012 Transaction Rundown: April 5 - 6
The Transaction Rundown is a new feature that will post every Saturday late morning and be a quick recap of all the transactions that occurred during the previous week so that you can catch up on all the activity. To follow all the transactions all season, be sure to click on the 2012 Transactions link under the "Transactions" header along the top of the page.
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Carolina crushes Winston-Salem on Opening Night
An impressive six-run eighth inning scoring frenzy propelled the Carolina Mudcats to an 11-2 victory over the Winston-Salem Dash on Friday, April 6th. Shortstop Ronny Rodriguez, center fielder Tyler Holt and first baseman Jesus Aguilar combined for seven RBI’s. Aguilar went 4-for-5 with three singles and a two-run double in the bottom of the seventh that put the Mudcats up 5-1.
Carolina...
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Akron pitching dominates again in 2-1 win over B-Mets
A day following an opening day shutout, T.J. McFarland pitched five innings of one run ball to beat the Binghamton Mets 2-1.
McFarland, who went 9-9 with a 3.87 ERA with Akron in 2011, tossed three shutout innings before allowing a run in the fourth. It would be the only offense provided by the Mets. McFarland worked around a double by Pedro Zapata in the fifth inning before handing the game...
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm - April 6, 2012
Lonnie Chisenhall and Matt LaPorta led the Clippers to a 3-2 victory with some offensive fireworks, but the real offensive message was sent by the big slugger in Carolina. Kevin Dean takes his first swings at Around the Farm, an in-depth look at yesterday's minor league performances.
April 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Cook struggles in Captains first loss
The Lake County Captains dropped their second game of the season to the Fort Wayne TinCaps on Friday night in a 9-3 loss.
Starting for Lake County was Elvis Araujo, a 20-year-old left-hander out of Venezuela. Araujo went four innings for the Captains, giving up three hits, two runs (one earned), and one walk while striking out seven TinCaps.
Adys Portillo, also a 20-year-old Venezuelan,...
April 6, 2012   (0 comments)
Slowey pitches the Clippers to first win
Columbus, OH – There would be no two-game losing streak to start the season for the Columbus Clippers. No home run outburst by the Louisville Bats for the second-straight night, either.
The Clippers (1-1), won their first game of the season Friday night, defeating the Bats (1-1), 3-2, in front of 7,042 fans at Huntington Park in Columbus.
First basemen Matt Laporta led the way for...
April 6, 2012   (0 comments)
Espino to DL, Neal to Akron
The Indians have placed Double-A Akron right-handed pitcher Paolo Espino on the disabled list in Akron with a left oblique strain. He left last night's game after facing one batter in the third inning because of the injury. Outfielder Thomas Neal has been reassigned from Triple-A Columbus to Akron and will take Espino's spot on the roster.

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