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Indianapolis clobbers Columbus 9-1


(courtesy of Indianapolis Indians via wikipedia commons)

The Columbus Clippers lost their third straight as the Indianapolis Indians won 9-1 on Thursday afternoon in Huntington Park.

Indians left-handed pitcher Brian Burress (4-8) pitched six innings, allowing one runs off of six hits and striking out five. The only Clippers run came on a Jared Goedert solo homer to left field in the fifth inning.

Jeanmar Gomez (10-5) pitched six innings in the loss, allowing two earned runs on five hits.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

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.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers fall to Indianapolis to open 2nd half, 7-4


(courtesy of Indianapolis indians via wikipedia commons)

The second half of the 2011 season got underway and the Columbus Clippers did not cooperate as their sloppy play let to a 7-4 loss at the hands of the Indianapolis Indians at Huntington Park, their seventh loss in eight games.

Leading 5-2, Indy put the game away in the eighth inning. With two outs and runners at first and second, Corey Wimberley had an RBI single to left field. The second run of the inning scored when Gorkys Hernandez scored on a passed ball by Paul Phillips to make it 7-2.

The Clippers went 1-2-3 in the eighth inning and left two men on in the ninth and that was the game at 7-4.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers’ Sarbaugh leads IL All-Stars against PCL tonight in Utah

Mike Sarbaugh (file photo)

Columbus Clippers manager Mike Sarbaugh will be leading the International League All-Stars against the Pacific Coast League All-Stars for the 2011 Triple-A All-Star Game.

The game, presented by Zions Bank and Workers Compensation Fund, will air live on the MLB Network TONIGHT, Wednesday, July 13 from Spring Mobile Ballpark in Salt Lake City, Utah, home of the PCL’s Salt Lake Bees.

The 44-year-old Sarbaugh, was named the 2010 Manager of the Year by Baseball America after he guided the Columbus Clippers to an IL title and Triple-A National Championship in his first season as a manager at the Triple-A level.

Sarbaugh is in his 22nd year in the Cleveland Indians organization, which includes five as a player, nine as a hitting coach and eight as a manager.

The Pennsylvania native has led four teams to their respective league’s championship as a manager.

64-year-old Dean Treanor, manager of the Indianapolis Indians and 52-year-old Richard Dotson, pitching coach for the Charlotte Knights will assist Sarbaugh with the IL stars.


Info compiled from the International League, Columbus Clippers and Triple-A Baseball news

OSU product Fryer added to Pirates roster


Eric Fryer (courtesy of

Reynoldsburg, Ohio native Eric Fryer was called up over the weekend by the Pittsburgh Pirates from the Indianapolis Indians, their Triple-A farm team.

The former Ohio State catcher was having a good season batting .315 at the time of his callup.

Fryer was a 10th round pick in the 2007 First Year Player Draft by Milwaukee.

He has also played in the New York Yankees farm system prior to being traded to the Pirates organization.


compiled from Indianapolis Indians & Pittsburgh Pirates

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