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June 29, 2013   (1 comments)
Tribe rallies to beat White Sox 4-3
Cleveland first baseman Nick Swisher drove in the tie-breaking run for the second straight game as the Indians beat the Chicago White Sox for the third time in 24 hours on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Indians are now 43-38 and five games over .500, and now trail the Detroit Tigers by 1.5 games in the American League Central pending the decision in the Tigers-Rays game. Join the IBI's Nathan Kemp as he recaps all the action from the Tribe's series-clinching win.
June 29, 2013   (0 comments)
Myles remains positive despite struggles in return from injury
Less than two months ago High-A Carolina left fielder Bryson Miles could barely brush his teeth. He’d dove for a ball at Harry Grove Stadium and landed the wrong way, leading to a painful shoulder subluxation. Since then he has been working to get back to 100%, and the IBI's Jacqueline Kantor recently caught up with him to see how he is progressing.
June 29, 2013   (0 comments)
Indians add Martinez to roster, option out Langwell
The Cleveland Indians today announced that they have selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Joe Martinez and called him up from Triple-A Columbus to Cleveland. To make room on the 25-man roster, right-handed pitcher Matt Langwell was optioned to Columbus.
June 29, 2013   (2 comments)
Trend Spotting: On the star that is Jason Kipnis
Starting the second game of the Indians twin bill against the White Sox, splitting time between Seinfield and the torturously slow Jose Quintana, the IBI's Michael Hattery began to pour over the absurdity of production that is Jason Kipnis. Perhaps it is “trendy” to discuss Jason’s torrid rate but for intents and purposes it is an unavoidable discourse that ends in Michael drooling over his fangraphs profile. He breaks it all down in his latest Trend Spotting piece...
June 29, 2013   (5 comments)
Second Thoughts Games #79-80: Tribe wins two
We’ve probably said this before when the Indians have had good first halves of the season the last couple years, but this time, it’s legitimate. There is something special about this Cleveland Indians team. They won’t win every game, but they will battle you tooth and nail until the last pitch is thrown. Join the IBI's Jake Dungan as he gives you a double-dose of Second Thoughts about the Indians' thrilling twin-bill sweep of the White Sox.
June 29, 2013   (0 comments)
The AZL Indians treated all who attended their game Friday night in Surprise, Arizona to nine innings of relatively boring baseball. It might have been the 110° desert heat, or possibly that they didn’t have enough gas left in the tank after their 12-11 victory over the AZL Padres on Thursday, but whatever it was, the Indians could not muster up any offense in a 6-1 loss to the Rangers.
June 29, 2013   (0 comments)
Crushers fall to Traverse City, 7-3
Traverse City picked up a 7-3 victory Friday night in the opening game of a weekend series with Lake Erie. The Crushers fell behind early on and struggled to climb the hill back on top. Starter Alex Kaminsky earned the loss after giving up four runs on five hits and four walks in four innings of work.
June 29, 2013   (2 comments)
Around The Farm:  June 28, 2013
While the big league Indians may have swept the pale hose in a doubleheader at Comiskey Park (or whatever they call that place nowadays), it was a far different story in the farm system, where an Aeros victory was all that prevented an organizational sweep. So grab an airsickness bag and join the IBI's Arthur Kinney as he takes you on a turbulent ride Around The Farm...
June 29, 2013   (1 comments)
Tribe sweeps doubleheader against White Sox
The Indians made a bit of history Friday as the team competed in the longest doubleheader for two nine-inning games in MLB history. Thankfully, the doubleheader was a success for the Indians as the team won two games against the Chicago White Sox and now trail the Detroit Tigers by two games in the American League Central. Join the IBI's Nathan Kemp as he provides all the details and recaps all of the action from the two big wins.
June 29, 2013   (0 comments)
House struggles in Columbus return, Clippers lose 8-4
The Columbus Clippers fell to the Norfolk Tides Friday night, 8-4. Even after a late rally in the ninth the Clippers could not come up with enough to make up for their early deficit to Norfolk.
June 29, 2013   (0 comments)
Akron wins game one before rains washes away doubleheader
The Akron Aeros defeated the Altoona Curve in the first of a seven-inning game on Friday night. Originally scheduled to be part of a double-header, the rain impeded the second game from even starting.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
Mudcats lose in extras 4-3, Martinez continues to struggle
The Carolina Mudcats began a series at the Salem Red Sox with a 4-3 loss in 10 innings Friday night at Lewisgale Field. Joesph Colon made his first start off the DL and pitched three innings with two hits, one run and one strikeout. Rob Nixon (1-3) took the loss--the third in a row for Carolina. The Mudcats are 2-6 in the second half and 24-54 overall.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
Captains swept by Loons, Tucker gets ejected
After losing the first two games of the three game home series to the Loons, the Captains fell once again to the Loons on Friday night, 6-2. This brings their second half season record to 5-4, after starting out 5-1 on the road.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
Scrappers pounded by Crosscutters, 10-5
The Mahoning Valley Scrapper’s seesaw season continued on Friday night, losing to the Williamsport Crosscutters 10-5.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
Indians option Bauer to Columbus, recall Langwell
Between Games 1 and 2 of Friday's traditional doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox, the Indians announced that the club has recalled right-handed reliever Matt Langwell from Triple-A Columbus and will be in uniform for Game 2. To make room on Cleveland's 25-man roster, the Indians optioned right-handed pitcher Trevor Bauer to Columbus.
June 28, 2013   (2 comments)
Minor Happenings: Bautista could be another infield gem
In today’s third edition of Minor Happenings, Tony takes a look at the encouraging performance of short season Single-A Mahoning Valley infielder Claudio Bautista and what kind of prospect he truly is for the Indians. He also provides a ton of quotes and insight from Ross Atkins on several players at Double-A Akron like Ronny Rodriguez, Carlos Moncrief, Austin Adams and others, talks about the changes Will Roberts is working on, the injury to Luigi Rodriguez, and more.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
Indians recall Bauer, option Hagadone to Columbus
The Cleveland Indians today announced the that they have recalled right-handed pitcher Trevor Bauer from Triple-A Columbus and optioned left-handed pitcher Nick Hagadone to Columbus. Also, right-handed pitcher has been recalled as the 26th player for the doubleheader and will be sent to Columbus after tonight.
June 28, 2013   (3 comments)
Orbiting Cleveland: What's ahead for Scott Kazmir?
One of the best stories of the 2013 Indians season has definitely been Scott Kazmir. The left-hander is currently 4-4 and has looked absolutely dominant in his last two outings. He's proven to be a solid back-of-the-rotation arm, and he really is one of the better Indians minor league signings in recent memory. Join the IBI's Steve Orbanek as he takes a look at Kazmir's season in the latest edition of the IBI staple, Orbiting Cleveland.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
In the midst of a three game slide, the AZL Indians looked to get back in the win column Thursday night against the visiting AZL Padres. The game featured a little bit of everything including home runs, bloopers, wild pitches, and sloppy errors, but the AZL Indians were able to prevail in a wild affair.
June 28, 2013   (0 comments)
Second Thoughts Game #78: Indians 3, Orioles 7
One can hardly complain about splitting a four-game set with the homer-happy Orioles at Camden Yards. But with the Tribe gaining on the Tigers’ tail and a double-header in Chicago looming on Friday, that mess of a fifth inning on Thursday night certainly took some wind out of the sails, leading to an Indians 7-3 loss and series split in Baltimore. The IBI's Andrew Clayman shares his second thoughts on the game....

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