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Indians promote Barnes; option struggling Gomez to AAA Columbus

Press release courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

The Cleveland Indians on Monday, June 25, announced that they have  recalled LHP Scott Barnes from the Triple-A Columbus Clippers.  To make room on the 25-man roster the Indians optioned RHP Jeanmar Gomez to Columbus.

Barnes wears #51 for the Indians.

Scott Barnes (courtesy of

The talented Gomez has spent the entire 2012 season to date with Cleveland and has been struggling  going 4-7 with a 5.18 ERA in 14 games/13 starts (73.0 IP, 75 H, 48 R/42 ER, 10 HR, 26 BB, 35 K, .265 AVG).

Barnes, who is 24 years old,  has spent much of the season with the Clippers where he has gone 0-2 with a 3.73 ERA in 14 games/3 starts (31.1IP, 21H, 13ER, 15BB, 35K, .188AVG, 10.0K/9.0IP).  Out of the bullpen, the Springfield, MA native has posted an ERA of 2.35 in 11 outings (15.0IP, 9H, 4ER, 18K, .161AVG).  Triple-A hitters are batting .188 (21-112) off him this year with 0 home runs allowed in 31.1IP with right-handed hitters batting at a .167 (13-78) clip. Barnes spent some time with Cleveland earlier in the season from May 30-June 14.

Astros halt Indians hot streak with 8-1 thrashing at Minute Maid Park

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The Houston Astros used a rookie pitcher to cool down the surging Cleveland Indians on Saturday. The Indians had won four in a row until they ran into a Houston buzzsaw.

Dallas Keuchel pitched a complete game and J.D. Martinez and Jordan Schafer hit consecutive homers in the Astros’ key four-run 6th inning for an 8-1 win.

Keuchel, who is 1-0, allowed 6 hits and struck out three in the game.

Asdrubal Cabrera hit his 9th homer for the Tribe’s only highlight.

The losing pitcher was Jeanmar Gomez, who drops to 4-7 on the season.


Info compiled from Houston Astros & Cleveland Indians

White Sox’ 9-3 win reminds Indians not to forget about them in AL Central race


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The Cleveland Indians have been asked all season ever since they we’ve been around first place, if they worry about the Detroit Tigers.

Manager Manny Acta and his players have said all along that you can’t forget about the Chicago White Sox, who can hit and pitch with anybody.

On Friday night, the Indians were shown why they have to worry about the Windy City teams as well in a 9-3 loss to Chicago at U.S. Cellular Field. Right-hander Jeanmar Gomez (3-3) struggled with his command, the Tribe’s lineup labored against rookie Jose Quintana and the White Sox put their power on display.

Cleveland just swept the Tigers at home during the week. But the American League Central-leading Indians (26-19) saw their lead over the second-place White Sox (24-22) trimmed to 2 1/2 games.

Coming into the 2012 season, Detroit was picked as the front-runner for this year’s Central Division title. The Tigers won the division by a 15-game margin over the Tribe last season and then went out and signed  free-agent slugger Prince Fielder. Chicago was not expected to be a factor, but the White Sox are sitting on the Indians heels nearly two months into the season.

The Indians’ offense struggled all night against White Sox lefty Jose Quintana (1-0), who was promoted from Triple-A Charlotte before the game. Quintana limited Cleveland to two runs on four hits in six innings.


Info compiled from MLB, Cleveland Indians, Radio & TV news


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

Indians activate Carmona; beats Minnesota in Game 2


Fausto Carmona (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians activated right-handed pitcher Fausto Carmona from the 15-day disabled list. To make room on the 25-man roster, the team optioned RHP Jeanmar Gomez to Triple-A Columbus.

Carmona was injured in his July 2 start at Cincinnati, after suffering a strained right quad while running to first base in the top of the 3rd inning. That was Carmona’s second career trip to the Major League disabled list.

Fausto started the second game of Monday’s doubleheader against the Minnesota Twins and pitched well.

Carmona upped his record to 5-10 on the season, pitching six innings of two-run baseball. He allowed seven hits, struck out one and walked none as the Indians swept the doubleheader winning game two 6-3 and moved a game ahead of the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central Division.


compiled from Cleveland Indians news

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