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IBI Scoreboard for April 19, 2014
MLB
TOR 5 Recap
CLE 0 Box
Triple-A
TOL 7 Recap
COL 6 Box
Double-A
AKR 3 Recap
BOW 1 Box
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BUR 6 Recap
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July 6, 2013   (0 comments)
Espino, Carson propel Clippers over Bats, 7-3
The Clippers produced some of their own fireworks on this Fourth of July weekend. Lead by a monster seven-run second inning and a dominating outing by starter Paolo Espino, Columbus pounded the Louisville Bats 7-3 Friday in the first contest of a nine game home stand.
 
July 6, 2013   (0 comments)
Around The Farm:  July 5, 2013
Some unsung heroes in the Indians system made their mark on Friday night as players like Bryson Myles, Bo Greenwell, Paolo Espino and others shook off some disappointment to date with their seasons to have big nights. The IBI's Arthur Kinney recaps those performances as well as several others in his trek around the farm...
 
July 6, 2013   (0 comments)
Masterson, Indians roughed up by Tigers, lose 7-0
A sold out Progressive Field crowd was left wanting as the Cleveland lineup mustered no runs against Detroit starter Rick Porcello, as the Tigers beat the Indians 7-0 in the opener of a four-game series. The Tribe now trails the Tigers by 2.5 games in the American League Central, but still has a chance to move to the top of the standings with three more games against Detroit wrapping around the weekend.
 
July 5, 2013   (6 comments)
Orbiting Cleveland: Fixing the bullpen
The Indians have had a bit of an underwhelming week so far as the team was fresh off a four-game sweep over the White Sox but scuffled to a 1-2 record against the Royals. The culprit for the tough Kansas City series was the bullpen, which seems to become more and more unstable by the day. Are there any ways that the Tribe can improve the bullpen in order to stay in contention? Join the IBI's Steve Orbanek as he ponders that thought in this week's edition of Orbiting Cleveland.
 
July 5, 2013   (5 comments)
Second Thoughts Game #85: Indians 7, Royals 10
A 5-0 lead in the sixth inning on the Fourth of July is enough to make anyone feel just a little more patriotic. The subsequent relinquishing of that lead, however—and another lead shortly thereafter—can take the taste out of your hot dogs and the glimmer out of your fireworks. And that is what happened to the Indians as they fell 10-7 to the Royals. The IBI's Andrew Clayman shares his "second thoughts" on the ugly finish for the Indians.
 
July 5, 2013   (2 comments)
The Scrapperbook: 6/17/2013 to 7/4/2013
Overarching trends have come to define the Mahoning Valley Scrappers in 2013. A few include dominant pitching, below average performances at the plate, and walk-off losses. In his first Mahoning Valley Scrappers notebook of the season, the IBI's Hayden Grove takes a look at how things have gone to date for the Scrappers.
 
July 5, 2013   (0 comments)
Royals stun Indians 10-7 as bullpen gives game away late
Another explosion of the struggling Indians bullpen were the only fireworks Cleveland would see on Thursday at Kauffman Stadium. Up 5-0 in the bottom half of the sixth, Kansas City Royals outscored the Tribe 10-2 over the final 3 1/3 innings to take the three game series by a score of 10-7. After winning five straight, Cleveland (45-40) finds themselves on a two-game skid and back in second place just 1 1/2 games behind Detroit for first place in the A.L. Central.
 
July 5, 2013   (7 comments)
Around The Farm: July 4, 2013
A very happy Fourth of July to you! We at IBI hope you had a great holiday and enjoyed a little time off. There was no time off in the minor leagues Thursday, as all of Cleveland's affiliates were in action. Some did a little worse than others (like a pair of four-hit outings in Columbus and Carolina), though there were plenty of good performances, including some impressive pitching and hitting in Lake County. To read all about Thursday in the minor leagues, join Jim Piascik and go Around The Farm.
 
July 5, 2013   (0 comments)
Mudcats Can’t Find Spark in Independence Day Loss
Mike Augliera and the Salem Red Sox held the Carolina Mudcats to four hits in a 3-0 win on Thursday night at Five County Stadium. The Mudcats fell to 4-9 in the second half, and 26-57 on the year. Salem improved to 8-6 in the second half, and 41-43 on the year.
 
July 5, 2013   (0 comments)
Toledo shuts down Columbus 7-0
The Toledo Mudhens shutout the Columbus Clippers on Independence Day Thursday afternoon. Columbus’ five pitchers weren’t enough to hold the Mudhens, while the Clippers offense could not make up the deficit the Clippers’ pitching caused, losing 7-0.
 
July 4, 2013   (0 comments)
Poor defense spurs Scrappers to 11-6 loss
On a day meant for celebration, the 6,576 fans that filled Eastwood Field rooting for the Mahoning Valley Scrappers had very little to celebrate, watching their hometown team fall 11-6 to the Williamsport Crosscutters. The Scrappers could only muster two hits against Williamsport starting pitcher Julio Reyes, who was making his first start of the season.
 
July 4, 2013   (0 comments)
Captains crush Lugnuts 13-0
The Captains defeated the Lugnuts 13-0 on Thursday, grabbing their fifth win in a row. Lake County had as many hits as they had runs and held Lansing from coming around to home even once throughout the night. A strong fifth inning helped the Captains really capture the victory, scoring seven runs on seven hits alone in that inning. They also drew a walk and two players were hit by pitches.
 
July 4, 2013   (0 comments)
Hard-Hitting Aeros Outlast Richmond In 11-8 Marathon
As they began their final series of the road trip and before the all-star break, the Akron Aeros had the upper hand in a battle of the bats as they defeated the Richmond Flying Squirrels 11-8 on the Fourth of July at The Diamond in Richmond, Virginia. Both teams combined for 21 hits, with hitters Carlos Moncrief and Jake Lowery contributing to the Aeros’ effort.
 
July 4, 2013   (0 comments)
Middendorf dominates ThunderBolts in 5-1 win
On this July fourth, the Windy City ThunderBolts would like to declare their independence from Avon, Oh. The Crushers beat the Bolts 5-1, clinching the series sweep behind a third straight brilliant performance from the starting pitching. Dave Middendorf pitched eight innings, giving up just one run on four hits, striking out three. He earned the win to improve to 6-3 on the season. The Crushers are now 20-21.
 

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