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Clippers trail 5-0, 7-1 rallies to win 11-7 at Rochester


Chad Huffman (courtesy of Columbus Clippers)

It was a very long night in Rochester, New York as the Columbus Clippers rallied from two huge deficits and beat the Red Wings, 11-7.

The two teams waited out a one hour and forty-one minute rain delay at Frontier Field in upstate New York.

The Red Wings led 5-0 after two innings and 7-1 after four frames.

The huge rally started for the Clippers in the sixth. Thomas Neal led off the sixth with a single to center field. Nick Johnson followed with a walk. Jared Goedert delivered an RBI double and the score was 7-4. After Paul Phillips walked to load the bases, Tim Fedroff hit a double down the left field line, knocking in two runs and the score was 7-6. With one out, Luis Valbuena hit an RBI single and just like that it was 7-7. With still only one out, Chad Huffman cranked out a two-run triple and the Clippers were up 9-7 scoring six runs in the inning to take control of the game.

Zach Putnam worked his second inning in the ninth and shut the door on the Red Wings to get his 8th save. Matt Langwell (1-0) picked up his first win of the season for the Clippers.


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Clippers 3 Chiefs 0; Germano throws no-no

Justin Germano mystifies Syracuse with no-hitter (photo credit to Herm Card)

The Columbus Clippers offense was able to muster up enough runs to support the perfect game pitching of starter Justin Germano in beating Syracuse 3-0.

Germano threw the first perfect game in Clippers history by going nine innings and striking out seven hitters.

The Clippers offense came into the game struggling, scoring one run in the last 18 innings of play.

In the first inning at Syracuse, the IL’s best team got off to a good start. Tim Fedroff led off the game with a double down the right field line. After Jason Donald popped out and Luis Valbuena grounded out, Fedroff moved up to third base, Cord Phelps came up with two outs and put Columbus up 1-0 with an RBI double.

The offense continued in the second inning. Chad Huffman drew a two-out walk. That was followed by a Paul Phillips single. Fedroff came to the plate and had a two-run triple that put Columbus up 3-0.

Germano had the sixth no-hitter in Clippers history.

Germano was the winner, he’s 3-6. Craig Stammen (8-5) was the loser for the Chiefs.

The game took 2 hours, 14 minutes before a crowd of 4,895 at Alliance Bank Stadium.

It was the fifth 9-inning perfect game in International League since 1884.

The last IL perfect game was Bronson Arroyo for Pawtucket in 2003.


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compiled from Columbus Clippers news, with help from Scott Leo, Herm Card, Anthony Slosser & Clippers Radio Network




Clippers beat Indy 4-3 in 10 innings


Jerad Head (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers slipped past the Indianapolis Indians 4-3 in 10 innings Friday night in front of a huge crowd at Huntington Park.

With the score 3-3, Jerad Head started the game-winning tenth inning with a lead-off doubled to right field. Head advanced to third base on a Nick Johnson groundout. After intentional walks were given to Chad Huffman and Donnie Webb to load the bases, Paul Phillips hit a sacrifice fly to left field to knock in Head with the game-winning run.


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Clippers 8th inning rally stuns Mud Hens, 6-3


Jerad Head (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers avoided a four-game losing streak with a late rally, beating arch-rival Toledo, 6-3.

Jerad Head’s three-run homer capped the Thursday night comeback at Huntington Park.

The Clippers have dominated the Mud Hens in 2011, winning 12 of 15 games.

The eighth inning was the magic frame for the Clippers. Ezequiel Carrera led off the inning with a bunt single. Jason Donald followed with a walk. Jason Kipnis put Columbus on the board with an RBI single to make it 3-1. The next hitter was Chad Huffman and he was hit by a pitch to load the bases with no outs. Luis Valbuena hit a chopper to first base and Toledo’s only play was a force out at second and a run scored to make it 3-2.

Toledo changed pitchers and Jerad Head came to the plate and blasted a long three-run homer to left field and the Clippers lead 5-3. The lead grew to 6-3 when Matt McBride knocked home Tim Fedroff with an RBI single.

Columbus closer Josh Judy closed the game with his 13th save.


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Clippers rally late to beat Bats, 4-2; lead in division to 12.5 games

Tim Fedroff makes diving catch early in game (photo credit Steve Laake)Clippers pitcher Jeanmar Gomez (photo by Steve Laake)

COLUMBUS — The Columbus Clippers could not get to Louisville starting pitcher Scott Carroll on Sunday evening.

Carroll pitched seven innings allowing one run.

Jeanmar Gomez, who upped his record to 9-2 on the season, matched Carroll pitch for pitch in the game, eventhough he trailed for a majority of the contest. Gomez went eight innings, allowing two runs and striking out four. The only runs allowed by Gomez were on a two-run homer by Dave Sappelt to right field which was wind-blown and hit off of the home-run line on top of the fence in the top of the third.

The Clippers scored first in the second inning, when catcher Paul Phillips surprised everybody in the ballpark with a bunt single to third base to score Tim Fedroff from third.

Columbus won the game against the Bats bullpen, in particular Jerry Gil in the eighth inning, who was nursing a 2-1 lead.

Jason Donald led off with a single, Luis Valbuena walked. Gil made a throwing error on Chad Huffman’s sacrifice bunt which allowed Donald to score to tie the game at 2-2. Jerad Head was hit by a pitch and Tim Fedroff singled home Valbuena and Huffman to give the Clippers a 4-2 lead.

Nursing a very thin bullpen, the Clippers turned to Justin Germano, who closed out the game by striking out the side in the ninth inning to record his third save of the year.

The win pushed Columbus’ lead in the IL West to 12.5 games over 2nd place Louisville.


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Clippers pitcher Jeanmar Gomez (photo by Steve Laake)



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