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Indians split-squad team beats Brewers 7-4, behind Santana, Carrera

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

Behind the power bats of Carlos Santana and Ezequiel Carrera, the Cleveland Indians beat the Milwaukee Brewers in a split-squad game 7-4 Sunday in Phoenix.

Santana and Carrera homered while Mike Aviles and Cord Phelps added RBI singles for the Tribe.

Carlos Carrasco started for the Indians and allowed four runs, three earned in one inning. Carrasco missed all of 2012, is coming back from Tommy John surgery.

Two pitchers competing for the four and five spots in the pitching rotation, Scott Kazmir and Trevor Bauer, pitched well, throwing two scoreless innings each.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Indians

 

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.

JUSTIN GERMANO ‘S FINAL OUT PITCH TO COMPLETE THE NO-HITTER, RYAN MITCHELL ON THE CALL.

final out-perfect game

 

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

 

 

 

Phelps to Cleveland, Duncan demoted to Columbus, White to 60-day DL

 

Cord Phelps (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians have purchased the contract of infielder Cord Phelps from AAA Columbus.

To make room for Phelps on the 25-man roster, the Indians have demoted infielder/outfielder Shelley Duncan to AAA Columbus.

To get Phelps on the 40-man roster, the Indians have transferred right-handed pitcher Alex White, who is out of action with right middle finger soreness, from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day list.

The 24-year-old Phelps, a switch-hitter, has spent the entire 2011 season with the Columbus Clippers. A spring training invitee to the Major League camp, he was re-assigned to Minor League camp on March 25. To this date, he has hit .299 (63-211) with 31 runs scored, 15 doubles, 2 triples, 7 homers and 40 RBI’s in 55 games. Phelps is very versatile, appearing in 28 games at shortstop, 12 at second base and 1 at third base.

The Stanford, California native was selected in the 3rd round, 107th overall pick by Cleveland in the 2008 June Draft following his junior season at Stanford University.

Duncan has appeared in 29 games with the Indians, batting .222 with 5 runs scored, 6 doubles, 2 home runs and 17 RBI’s.

 

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

Clippers nip Tides in 10 innings, 6-5

 

Cord Phelps (file photo)

Columbus Clippers shortstop Cord Phelps always comes up with the big hits.

Phelps capped off a huge series against the Norfolk Tides in Virginia, by coming through with an game-winning RBI single in the 10th inning Sunday to give the Clippers a 6-5 win.

In the 10th inning, Paul Phillips drew a leadoff walk off Mark Worrell (0-2). Luis Valbuena sacrificed him to second base. Kyle Smith was put into the game to pinch-run for Phillips and scored on Phelps’ two-out single.

Phelps drove in three runs in the game and a total of nine for the series.

The series saw three of the four games go extra innings.

Joe Martinez (4-1) was the winner and Josh Judy picked up save number seven.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers keep hitting, pitching and winning, 5-2 over Norfolk

 

The Columbus Clippers at 34-14, keep showing why they are the best team in the International League.

All elements of hitting and pitching keep leading to winning baseball for the Clippers.

Cord Phelps’ two-out, two-run double in the seventh inning allowed Columbus to extend its winning streak to seven with a 5-2 win over Norfolk in Harbor Park in Virginia.

Carlton Smith (courtesy of Columbus Clippers)

Corey Kluber earned his third straight win, giving the Tides two runs (one earned) on four hits and one walk, striking out two and improving to 3-3 on the season.

Carlton Smith came out of the bullpen to pick up his second save, his first since April 27.

The Tides dropped to a disappointing (16-32) on the season. Pat Egan took the loss, allowing all four runs in the seventh inning.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers and Norfolk Tides

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