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POSTGAME NOTES: Reds 5 Indians 3 Wednesday, June 13

 

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

CINCINNATI, OHIO  — * The Indians are 5-21 when they score 3 runs or less.

* The Tribe is 3-5 in Interleague play this season.

* The team is 16-13 on the road this season.

* Michael Brantley extended his hitting streak to a career-high 20 games (27-for-78, .346 average, 11 runs scored, 15 RBI’s), which is the longest active streak in MLB and tied with 3 others for the longest streak overall in 2012. This is the first hitting streak of 20 or more games by an Indians player since Casey Blake hit in 26 straight games in 2007, May 20-June 16.

* Asdrubal Cabrera has hit safely in 13 of his last 14 games (15-for-57, .263 average, 6 RBI’s.)

* Jose Lopez, hit a 407-foot homer off of a 101-mph fastball from Aroldis Chapman in the 9th inning. He has 9 RBI’s in his last 11 games.

Michael Brantley (courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

 

 

Stuart Mason contributed to this article

 

Baseball is Back! Reds, Indians tie 6-6; Rolen gets 2 hits for Cincinnati

 

Scott Rolen

Drew Stubbs

Cincinnati Reds third baseman Scott Rolen’s shoulder was no problem as he went 2 for 2 in his return from shoulder surgery which caused him to miss the final two months of last season in the team’s 6-6, nine-inning tie Saturday afternoon in the exhibition opener.

A seven-time All-Star, the 36-year-old Rolen did not play after July 20, 2011 and had arthroscopic surgery August 3 to remove bone spurs and fragments from a joint in his left shoulder.

Cleveland built a 4-0 lead in the first three innings against Reds starter Mike Leake and Ron Mahay. However, the Reds tied the game with four runs in the fourth off Frank Herrman.

The Reds started the inning against Herrman with a double. Jay Bruce knocked in an RBI infield single, Drew Stubbs banged out a two-run double and Devin Mesoraco tied it with a single.

Neftali Soto homered in the fifth inning against Robinson Tejada for a 5-4 Reds lead.

Todd Frazier, who can play all infield positions and LF & RF, cracked a solo homer in the bottom of the ninth off Chen Lee.

David Huff

Michael Brantley

The Indians had a couple of stars in left-handed pitcher David Huff and centerfielder Michael Brantley.

Huff, who started the game and in a competition with four candidates for the fifth spot in the Cleveland starting rotation, allowed three hits in two scoreless innings.

Brantley, who was going to start in left until Grady Sizemore got hurt earlier in the week, doubled and singled for a 2-for-3 day.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Reds & Cleveland Indians news

Photos are courtesy of MLBpressbox.com

Indians’ Choo on rehab assignment at Lake County

 

Shin-Soo Choo (file photo)

Cleveland Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo began a rehab assignment with Class A Lake County of the Midwest League on Monday night as he returns from a broken left thumb.

Choo has been on the disabled list since June 25. He has been taking batting practice in recent days and has been cleared for full baseball activities.

The Indians obviously would like to get his bat back in their regular lineup and his glove back in the outfield to team with recently-acquired Kosuke Fukudome and Michael Brantley.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Indians news

Carrasco, Indians, shut out Yankees, 1-0

 

The Cleveland Indians have been in a slump which happens to all teams in pro sports.

On Monday, they receive a huge pitching performance by one of their young players, Carlos Carrasco who shut down the New York Yankees, 1-0 in Yankee Stadium.

Carrasco allowed five hits in seven innings. He was followed to the mound by Tony Sipp, Vinnie Pestano and Chris Perez to lead the Indians over the Yankees to avoid a series sweep and end a four-game losing streak.

Carlos Carrasco (file photo)

The win was only the second in the last 11 games for the young Indians who are suddenly in a pennant race with the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central Division.

Due to the recent slump, Indians manager Manny Acta changed his batting order which had several players hitting where they are not used to hitting.

Michael Brantley batted third for the first time in the major leagues. Asdrubal Cabrera hit cleanup for the first time in his career. Brantley produced a leadoff triple in the fourth inning and Cabrera scored him with a single to left against losing pitcher A.J. Burnett (6-5). That was the only lead that Cleveland could muster in the four-game series.

New York Yankees shortstop and captain Derek Jeter keeps inching towards the 3,000 hit mark. His first inning single puts him at 2,994. He left the game in the fifth inning because of a strained right calf.

 

compiled from Cleveland Indians & New York Yankees news

 

Indians knock out Royals early with 10-run fourth inning in 19-1 win

 

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

The Cleveland Indians showed that they were eager to get back on the baseball field after two straight rainouts at home, by traveling to Missouri to take on the Kansas City Royals.

The Tribe scored 10 runs in the fourth inning on Monday night as they routed Kansas City 19-1. It matched their biggest inning of the season.

The Indians pounded out 20 hits to improve to 25-13. The scoring was the most runs Cleveland has scored since beating the Yankees 22-4 on April 18, 2009. 14 of the runs were charged to Vin Mazzaro, the third Royals pitcher of the night.

Josh Tomlin (5-1) allowed one run on five hits in six innings of pitching.

Offensive stars include Michael Brantley with a career-high four RBI’s, Matt LaPorta reached base five straight times with four hits and a walk, Orlando Cabrera had three hits, Asdrubal Cabrera and Shin-Soo Choo each had two hits.

 

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

 

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