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Indians place Hagadone on disqualified list


The Cleveland Indians did not like the way LHP Nick Hagadone hurt himself over the weekend and he has been placed on the Minor League disqualified list.

The team made the move on Sunday.

Indians general manager Chris Antonetti called Hagadone’s injury a significant one to his pitching hand when he,  punched a wall after a bad relief appearance on Friday night.

Nick Hagadone (Akron Aeros photo)

The incident happened during a 10-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. Hagadone gave up two runs in two-thirds of an inning.
Most fans do not understand what the disqualified list is, because it is rarely used. The disqualified list is used when a player violates his contract, which happens when a player is injured in activities outside of normal baseball activity. While on the DQ list a player, in this case, Hagadone,  cannot accrue service time, will not be paid and is treated as suspended.
It is expected that Hagadone and his agent will appeal to the Players union.
Info compiled from Radio & TV news

Clippers leave Rochester splitting doubleheader


Joe Martinez won game for Columbus (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers left Rochester, New York with a doubleheader split on Monday evening.

Joe Martinez was dominating on the mound as he pitched the Clippers to a 2-0 win over the Red Wings in game one of the double header.

Martinez now 8-6 on the season, allowed no runs, on seven hits while striking out six and walking no one in six innings of work. Josh Judy finished up for his 19th save of the season.

Nick Hagadone drops to 4-2 on the season by losing game two in relief, 4-3.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers win two at Rochester; 6-3, 4-3


Nick Hagadone saved game one

The Columbus Clippers won a doubleheader in Rochester on Friday night, winning a suspended game and the regularly scheduled contest.

In game one, the suspended game from June 10, Columbus held on to their 5-1 lead and won 6-3. Brett Brach won his first game as a Clipper and Nick Hagadone picked up his second save of the year.

The Clippers jumped out to a four-run lead, before holding on for a 4-3 victory.

Starter Zach McAllister coasted through six innings and ran into trouble in the seventh. Josh Judy came on in the final inning and induced Jeff Bailey to fly out to left with two runners on and picked up his 18th save.

Zach McAllister wins game two

McAllister, now 9-3, went 6.2 innings, allowing three hits and striking out six.


photos and info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers bullpen falters in loss at Louisville, 10-4


Devin Mesoraco (courtesy of Louisville Bats)

Devin Mesoraco belted a three-run homer and a pair of RBI doubles as the Louisville Bats used a six-run sixth inning to beat IL West-leading Columbus 10-4 Friday night in Louisville.

Mesoraco went 3 for 3 with five RBI’s, hit his sixth homer of the season in the sixth.

Clippers starter David Huff was taken out of the game after five innings, allowing three runs and seven hits.

The Bats belted Clippers relief pitchers Carlton Smith (1-1) and Nick Hagadone around in the decisive sixth inning, with four hits, six runs and two walks to clinch the game.


Info courtesy of Columbus Clippers & Louisville Bats

Bulls rally past Clippers, 7-4


Scott Barnes struck out nine (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers were up 4-1 going into the bottom of the sixth inning.

But the Durham Bulls belted three home runs and scored six runs in the late innings to defeat the Clippers in Durham, North Carolina.

Scott Barnes started for Columbus and allowed one run and four hits in five innings. He struck out nine and walked one.

The Bulls won the game against the Clippers bullpen of Nick Hagadone (1-1), Justin Germano and Jensen Lewis. Hagadone was the loser giving up two runs in two-thirds of an inning.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

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