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Huffman, Clippers bomb rehabbing Cueto, 19-3


Chad Huffman (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers got on the back of Chad Huffman to a second straight win over IL West Division rival Louisville Bats by a dominating score of 19-3 on Thursday night. Hoffman became the first Columbus player since Matt LaPorta to homer three times in one game and set a franchise record with 10 RBI’s.

Johnny Cueto, on a rehab assignment from the Cincinnati Reds, struggled in his second rehab start, going 1.2 innings and allowing eight earned runs before leaving after 68 pitches. The Bats bullpen was terrible. David Johnson walked five and allowed seven runs in 2.1 innings. Matt Klinker and Micheal Griffin each allowed two runs. The only pitcher who threw the ball well was Daniel Ray Herrera who held the Clippers in check.

Johnny Cueto (file photo)

Travis Buck played his first game as a Clipper and had hits in each of his first four at-bats, finishing 4-6 with three RBI’s.

Zach McAllister won his third game of the season, throwing six innings and giving up one run. Jess Todd and Joe Martinez closed out the game to pull the Clippers into a first place tie with Louisville in the IL West Division.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Toledo routs Columbus 13-5 in series finale


Clete Thomas (courtesy of Toledo Mud Hens)

The Toledo Mud Hens captured a 13-5 Monday afternoon win over the Columbus Clippers to close out a 3-game series in Columbus, Ohio.

Clete Thomas drove in six runs and Andy Dirks homered twice for Toledo. The Mud Hens finished with 16 hits and seven players produced a multi-hit game.

Clippers right-handed starter Corey Kluber allowed six earned runs over 4.2 innings and suffered the loss. Joe Martinez allowed four runs in 2.1 innings on the mound and Jess Todd, gave up three runs in one inning, struggled out of the bullpen.

Columbus had six hits and had two RBI’s each from Chad Huffman and Wes Hodges.


Info courtesy of  the Columbus Clippers

Clippers beat Indianapolis again, 5-2; take over first place in IL West

The past few weeks, the talk has been Columbus at least holding Buffalo for the wild card spot, while keeping pace with the Louisville Bats for the IL West division crown. Now, the chore is holding off Louisville for a division title.

The Clippers received a good start from Paolo Espino and timely hitting from Jared Goedert and Cord Phelps in winning their third straight against the Indianapolis Indians, 5-2.

Coupled with Louisville’s loss to Toledo, the Clippers regained the IL West Division lead by a 1/2 game.

Cord Phelps Columbus (MiLB)

Jared Goedert Clippers (MiLB)

Espino struck out seven in seven innings. Two of the three hits he gave up came in Indy’s two-run third. Espino set down the final 12 batters he faced in order. Jess Todd and Vinnie Pestano shut the door in the final innings, with Pestano earning his 14th save.

The parent Cleveland Indians did call-up Clippers ace Carlos Carrasco, who was scheduled to pitch on Wednesday as all Major League rosters are set to expand.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

The Columbus to Cleveland shuttle continues for Huff and Todd


The Cleveland Indians have recalled right-hander Jess Todd from Triple-A Columbus. The move was made before Wednesday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles.

David Huff is back pitching in Columbus (file)

The Indians have optioned lefty David Huff back to the Clippers.

This is Todd’s second stint with Cleveland in 2010. He made five appearances from July 19-29, allowing five runs in six innings. He went 4-2 with four saves and a 3.48 ERA in 40 games for Columbus.

Huff has made 15 starts for the Indians, going 2-11 with a 6.21 ERA.

compiled from Cleveland Indians news

Clippers split twinbill with Syracuse Chiefs

The Clippers split Tuesday night’s doubleheader in Syracuse, losing the first game, 1-0, a make-up from Monday’s rainout and won the nightcap, 6-3. The win snapped a five-game losing streak and an eight-game road losing streak for Columbus.

In game one, Leonard Davis of Syracuse hit a solo homer in the third inning and that accounted for all of the scoring. Yohan Pino was solid on the mound for the Clippers. He overcame a dizzy spell in the second inning and scattered three hits and a walk while striking out four in the complete-game, six-inning effort.

Bryce Stowell wins game two (MiLB)

Five pitchers combined for the seven-inning, four-hit shutout for Syracuse. Only twice in the game did the Clippers get a runner into scoring position.

The offense woke up in game two. The Clippers got on the board twice in the second inning and three more times in the third to erase an early deficit. Jerad Head homered in the second, two batters later Jose Constanza had an RBI-triple.

The Clippers bullpen shut down the Chiefs with scoreless innings from Bryce Stowell, Jess Todd, Josh Judy and Vinnie Pestano. Stowell picked up the win, his first in Triple-A, while Pestano earned his 10th save of the season.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

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