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RHP McAllister back with Indians


CLEVELAND, OH-The Cleveland Indians have recalled RHP ZACH McALLISTER from the Triple-A Columbus Clippers. McAllister was serving as the Tribe’s 26th player against the White Sox. He wears uniform #34 for the Indians.

Zach McAllister (courtesy of Columbus Clippers)

McAllister, 24, has spent the entire season to date at Triple-A Columbus where he has gone 3-1 with a 2.83 ERA in 6 starts (35.0IP, 30H, 11ER, 11BB, 32K, .233AVG).  He has won his last 3 starts for the Clippers, posting an ERA of 1.59 (17.0IP, 10H, 3ER) on those outings.

Last season for the IL and Triple-A champion Clippers, McAllister was 12-3 with a 3.32 ERA in 25 starts, 3 complete games, 154.2 IP, 11 homers allowed, 31 walks and 128 strikeouts.


Info compiled from the Cleveland Indians & Columbus Clippers




Indians add infield depth with versatile Canzler from Tampa Bay


Russ Canzler (courtesy of

The Cleveland Indians have added versatile Russ Canzler, the 2011 International League MVP from the Tampa Bay Rays for cash.

Canzler led the IL in doubles with 40 and slugging percentage at .530. He finished second in runs scored with 78 and third in hits with 149. He appeared in 41 games in right field, 33 in left field, 40 at third base and 17 at first.

The 25-year-old from Berwick, Pennsylvania, hit .314 with 18 homers and 83 RBI’s at Triple-A Durham. He made his major league debut with Tampa Bay on September 11.

Canzler was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2004.


Info compiled from Cleveland Indians & MLB news

Clippers win Governors’ Cup as IL champions again; tops Lehigh Valley 3 games to 1


(courtesy of the International League)

The Columbus Clippers have proven for the second year in a row that they are the kingpins in the International League.

The team was the 2010 IL champions and the National champions of Minor League Baseball.

In 2011, the Clippers beat the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, 4-1 in the deciding game in Coca-Cola Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania to wrap up its second straight Governors’ Cup title, 3 games to 1 and a return trip to the Triple-A national championship game to play the Pacific Coast League winner in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Tuesday.

The architect of this domination is the parent Cleveland Indians, but the man steering the ship is manager Mike Sarbaugh, who also was a good manager while running the Double-A Akron Aeros.

The Clippers won an IL-best 88 games in the regular season despite overcoming 183 player moves involving them, Cleveland and Akron. They won the IL West Division by 12 gaves over the Indianapolis Indians. They beat Durham and Lehigh Valley, two quality teams in the IL playoffs. It goes to show everybody that the Indians farm system is loaded with talent.

Winning the decisive game, was pitcher Paolo Espino, who pitched seven innings, allowing four hits and one run, a homer by Brandon Moss, and struck out five. His pitching followed the strong starts of fellow hurlers Mitch Talbot and Joe Martinez in games 2 and 3 respectively.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Columbus Clippers news

Jerad Head named recent Indians Minor League Player of the Week


Jerad Head (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians selected Columbus outfielder Jerad Head as their Minor League Player of the Week for the week of July 31-August 6.

During the period, Head batted .393 (11-28) with 7 runs scored, 3 doubles, 5 homers and 11 RBI’s in 6 games for the Columbus Clippers while posting a .393 on-base percentage and a 1.036 slugging percentage (1.429 OPS). He homered in four straight games from July 30 thru August 2 driving in 11 runs and homered in 6 of 7 games from July 30 thru August 6.

He currently is 2nd among IL leaders in slugging percentage (.535), 3rd in home runs, 6th in OPS (.882), 8th in runs scored, top 10 in RBI’s and top 20 in hits.

The 6’0, 210-pound right-handed hitting outfielder was signed by the Cleveland Indians as a non-drafted free agent in 2005 after attending Washburn University in Kansas. Last year, Head hit .315 with 15 home runs in 65 games at Akron before earning a promotion to Columbus. On the season, he comibined to hit 17 homers between Akron and Columbus as his 17 home runs were third-most among all Indians minor league players.


Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

Grand slam by Mills gives Clippers 80th win, 7-6 over Red Sox


Beau Mills (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers, clearly the best team in the IL this season, now has 80 wins on the season thanks to one of their newer and younger players.

Beau Mills belted a grand slam with two outs in the top of the eighth inning to lead the team to a 7-5 win over the Pawtucket Red Sox in Rhode Island on Thursday night.

Columbus trailed 4-3 but were able to put two runners on second and third with no outs against Red Sox reliever Scott Atchison (6-2) in the eighth.

With one out, Travis Buck was walked intentionally.

After a strikeout for the second out of the eighth, Mills, who was having a bad road trip at 1-for-10, hit a 1-1 pitch over the wall in right field. It was his third homer since being called up from Double-A Akron on July 22.

Columbus starting pitcher Zach McAllister (10-3) allowed four runs, all in the second inning, and seven hits, with five strikeouts in seven innings. He became the third IL pitcher to reach 10 wins this season.

Josh Judy pitched a scoreless ninth for his 21st save.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

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