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July 10, 2012   (0 comments)
Captains win in extra innings, 7-6
The Lake County Captains (9-9, 39-47) overcame a late Bowling Green Hot Rods (10-8, 48-40) rally to win the series finale in extra innings. Lake County defeated Bowling Green 7-6 in 11 innings on Monday night. It was a right-handed matchup as Roberto Gomez started for the Hot Rods and Joe Colon toed the rubber for Lake County.
July 10, 2012   (13 comments)
Around the Farm: July 9, 2012
Matt Packer made his 2012 debut in Carolina a solid opening salvo to regain his status as a prospect by pitching three strong perfect innings. Joseph Colon continued his outstanding 2011 campaign with another quality start. Todd Hankins rolled out four hits and two stolen bases for Lake County. Tonight's ATF headliner is a former third-round pick who has really picked it up over the past month. Who? Find out...after the jump...
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Aeros take series, down Baysox 4-2
The Akron Aeros won the third and final game of their series with the Bowie Baysox behind some big-time hitting from first baseman Adam Abraham, who drove in three runs to pace Akron in a 4-2 win Monday afternoon at Prince George’s Stadium.
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Mudcats fall to P-Nats, 2-1
Nathan Karns held the Carolina Mudcats to one run over seven innings as the Potomac Nationals claimed the series with 2-1 victory on Monday night at Pfitzner Stadium. Karns (4-2) scattered three hits as the Potomac Nationals improved to 10-9, 41-48 overall. The Mudcats fell to 11-8, 43-46 overall.
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Bullpen blows late lead, Scrappers fall 5-4
The score was the same, but the results reversed, as the Scappers and Connecticut Tigers, for the second night in a row, played a game that ended 5-4. Again, the Scrappers led late, and blew a lead in the eighth inning. This time, though, the Tigers made the Scrappers pay for poor bullpen pitching, pushing across the go-ahead run in the ninth and winning the series finale 5-4 to avoid being swept.
July 9, 2012   (1 comments)
Sailing with the Clippers: 7/2/2012 - 7/8/2012
Not only have we reached the All Star break in Major League Baseball, but it is also the All Star break in the minors as well for Triple-A Columbus. Andrew Holleran takes us "Sailing with the Clippers" in his weekly notebook on the Indians' Triple-A affiliate and recaps the week that was.
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
AZL Tribe Trump D’Backs with 8th Inning Surge
The AZL Indians capitalized on two of the Diamondbacks’ four errors in the 8th inning to salvage their sixth victory of the season, setting them only two games under .500 and in second place in the AZL Central standings.
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Draft: 7/9 Signing update
The 2012 Draft signing deadline is but about 100 hours away this Friday at 5:00 PM ET. The Indians have officially signed 20 of their 40 draft picks, and two others have agreed to terms. Tony takes a look at the remaining unsigned 18 draft picks and catches us all up and reviews where the Indians are in the signing process with each player.
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Naquin walk off wins game for Scrappers
Geoff Davenport dominated the early part of Sunday Night's game for the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, leaving the game with a 4-1 lead in the sixth inning. The bullpen would give up three runs to tie it up in the seventh and eighth, sending the game into extra innings. Tyler Naquin, who struggled offensively through most of the night, found his swing in the eleventh, winning the game with an RBI single.
July 9, 2012   (5 comments)
Around the Farm: July 8, 2012
Luke Carlin continued his hot play with a grand slam, helping the Clippers and David Huff to a much-needed win. ChunChen returned to play catcher, while Thomas Neal continued his scorching summer play. Tony Wolters upped his streak to 13 games, and Tyler Naquin won a game in the eleventh. At the top of ATF is a guy who got a surprise cup of coffee with the Tribe earlier this season, and blasted his way to eight RBI on Sunday night.
July 9, 2012   (4 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #85 - Rays 7, Indians 6
Zach McAllister and the Indians dominated the Rays for much of the game on Sunday, looking like they were going to run away and hide early on. With the Indians leading 5-0, things began getting hairy in the sixth inning, as the Rays would put four on the board. Staying resilient, the Indians would score another before All-Star Chris Perez imploded in the ninth. Join Kevin Dean with his "Second Thoughts" on the final game before the All-Star break...
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Diaz's historic night leads the Aeros
BOWIE, MD – Led by a record-setting night from shortstop Juan Diaz, the Akron Aeros downed the Bowie Baysox 11-8 at Prince George’s Stadium Sunday night. Diaz recorded eight RBIs, becoming only the third Aero to ever accomplish the feat.
July 9, 2012   (0 comments)
Rayl dominates as Mudcats win 3-2
There's a good chance Alex Monslave won't forget his first hit as a Carolina Mudcat. The catcher recorded his first hit, a home run, to back a dominating start from Mike Rayl to lead Carolina to a 3-2 win over the Potomac Nationals.
July 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Captains fall 7-5 to Hot Rods
It's never easy to play from behind, which is exactly what the Captains did on Sunday. Though the team was able to make it interesting and nearly completed the comeback, which Mike Zavagno provides all the details on.
July 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Columbus enters break at .500
No baseball game is without opportunities. If a team expects to win, it’s crucial to take advantage of as many of these opportunities as possible. Thankfully, the Columbus Clippers took advantage of their opportunities Sunday as Matt Kraus details in his game recap.
July 8, 2012   (2 comments)
Rottino joins Columbus looking for a return to the bigs
Vinny Rottino has been through it all during the 2012 season. He started the year off with the Mets Triple A affiliate in Buffao, and had an outstanding start to the season. The Mets called him up to the big leagues, but he struggled in his three-week stint, and was DFA'ed. The Indians claimed him, hoping he may provide an answer at the big league level at some point later in the season. Join Matt Kraus, as he profiles the newest Clippers' player...
July 8, 2012   (4 comments)
Tribe Happenings: Loss of Chisenhall hurts
In Tony's weekly Sunday notebook, he touches on the injury to third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall that will likely sideline him for the rest of the season and how it affects this Indians now and in the future. He also breaks down the numbers at the break for the lineup and pitching staff, explains how a run producing bat could be the linchpin to making the Indians lineup a good one, applauds the play of Lou Marson and much more.
July 8, 2012   (8 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #84-Indians 7, Rays 3
Cleveland entered the game struggling against left-handed pitching, and facing one of the best young left-handed pitchers in the American League in Tampa Bay's Matt Moore. Cleveland unleashed a doubles barrage on Moore early and often, plating five runs in the second and third innings, then watched Ubaldo Jimenez lock down Tampa for the 7-3 victory. Jim Bierdysz rolls out his 'Second Thoughts' on the game-time action.
July 8, 2012   (0 comments)
Errors costly again as Mudcats fall 4-3
A day after committing five errors against Salem, the Carolina Mudcats faltered on two different occasions that led to pivotal runs in a 4-3 loss to the Potomac Nationals on Saturday night at Pfitzner Stadium. Carolina dropped to 10-6 in the second half, and 42-45 overall. Potomac scored the winning run on Kevin Keyes’ 10th home run of the year in the eighth inning.
July 8, 2012   (0 comments)
McFarland  roughed up in 10-5 Clippers loss
This inability to put together any comebacks hurt Columbus (44-45) once more Saturday night, as they fell to the Indianapolis Indians by a final score of 10-5. The Clippers gave up four runs in the first inning, and they were never able to rally back. One of the main factors in this rough first inning was the pitching of Clippers starter T.J. McFarland, who struggled with just about every pitch and batter.

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