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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.

Toledo beats Columbus 4-1 to end first half of season


Will Rhymes (courtesy of Toledo Mud Hens)

The Columbus Clippers enter the All-Star break on a bad and sour note after dropping a 4-1 decision to the Toledo Mud Hens, their third straight loss at Toledo.

Toledo scored first in the bottom of one as Will Rhymes led off with a double to right field. Timo Perez moved him to third on a bunt and scored on an RBI groundout by Carlos Guillen for a 1-0 lead.

In the top of the top of the fourth, the Clippers tied the game at 1-1, when Jason Donald crushed his fourth home run of the season over the ledt center field wall and it was 1-1.

The Mud Hens took control in the fourth to stretch the lead to 3 runs.

The Clippers had a couple of players get hurt in the game. Shortstop Jason Donald suffered a leg injury heading into second on a double in the 6th inning. Starting pitcher Scott Barnes suffered a leaf injury when one of his spikes on his cleats got stuck in the turf while he was trying to field a ball coming off the moun.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Louisville takes care of Clippers again, 4-2


The Columbus Clippers may lead the IL West Division by 10.5 games over Louisville, but the Bats are winning the season series.

On Tuesday night in Kentucky, the Clippers were 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position and left nine runners on base, in losing for the second night in a row, 4-2.

Chad Reineke (courtesy of Louisville Bats)

Scott Barnes started the game for Columbus and went 5.2 innings, allowing four runs and striking out three and falls to 7-3 on the year.

Chad Reineke was the Bats starter and pitched 5.1 innings, allowing two runs, striking out five to pick up the win and goes to 7-5 overall. Jerry Gil picked up his fifth save of the year by closing out the game.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Barnes wins sixth straight decision, 3-1 over Toledo


Scott Barnes (courtesy of Columbus Clippers)

Each night in the past month, the Columbus Clippers have received strong pitching performances from their starting pitchers.

Jeanmar Gomez and David Huff have been dominating at times, but people have forgotten about Scott Barnes.

A crowd of 10,669 at Huntington Park witnessed Barnes work seven shutout innings as the Clippers beat the Toledo Mud Hens.

Barnes (6-1) has won his past three starts and six consecutive decisions since losing to Louisville in his Triple-A debut back on April 19.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers sweep Buffalo; win streak climbs to eight


Chad Huffman

Chad Huffman and Jerad Head belted home runs, and the visiting Columbus Clippers beat the Buffalo Bisons 7-3 Wednesday night in Coca-Cola Field. The win extends their winning streak to eight games.

Columbus has homered in eight consecutive games. They improved to an IL-best record of 44-22 (.667) and lead second-place Louisville by 6.5 games in the West Division.

Clippers left-hander Scott Barnes was the winning pitcher and improves to 5-1. He struck out seven and allowed one run in 5.1 innings.

Barnes, who has not lost since his first start of 2011 on April 19, has struck out 40 in his last 28 innings.

The win capped a four-game sweep of Buffalo.


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