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Posts Tagged ‘Victory Field.’

Columbus finally subdues Indianapolis, 5-2

 

Luis Valbuena (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers ran into a buzz-saw the first three games in Indianapolis. But on Monday after noon, they showed why they’re the best team in the IL with a 5-2 win at Victory Field.

A crowd of 12,168 saw the Indians season-high four game winning streak snapped.

Clippers starting pitcher Corey Kluber surrendered just a pair of runs on four hits in his seven innings of work, while relievers Carlton Smith and Josh Judy did not allow a hit in two innings of relief.

Corey Kluber pitched past the fifth inning for the first time this season and also earned his first win of 2011 after allowing four hits to raise his record to 1-3. Judy earned his sixth save of the season.

On the hitting side of things for Columbus, Luis Valbuena went 2-for-3, with 3 runs scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk and Cord Phelps went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI’s.

Indy LHP Brian Burres suffered the loss and is 1-6 on the year. He pitched 6 innings, gave up 5 hits with 3 runs earned, 2 walks and 5 strikeouts.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers having trouble in Indy; loses again 7-3

 

John Bowker (courtesy of Indianapolis Indians)

Indianapolis left fielder John Bowker was responsible for each of the Tribe’s three early runs and shortstop Pedro Ciriaco connected on a late three-run homer to lead the Indians over the Columbus Clippers 7-3 on Sunday afternoon at Victory Field.

The Indians have now won four straight games.

After a one hour and 35 minute rain delay at the start of the game, both teams scored early.

LHP Rudy Owens settled down after allowing two first inning runs ans scattered just three hits the rest of the way while also walking none in his six innings of work but did not get a decision. The Indians bullpen was dominating as three relievers shut down Columbus the final three frames.

Columbus starter Zach McAllister received a no-decision as well after allowing just two runs, one of which was earned, on four hits in addition to six strikeouts in six innings.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Indianapolis shuts down Clippers 4-2

 

Garrett Olson (courtesy of Indianapolis Indians)

Five Indians pitchers, including starter Garrett Olson, relievers Sean Gallagher, Cesar Valdez, Tony Watson and Tim Wood combined to shut down the International League’s top offense to just two runs and five hits in a 4-2 win at Victory Field in downtown Indianapolis.

Indy right fielder Andrew Lambo blasted a solo home run and drove in two to lead the Indians offense.

The win is the third straight for the Indians, giving them their longest winning streak of the season, as well as the team’s second consecutive win over Columbus after dropping their first seven contests to the Clippers in 2011.

Valdez earned his second hold of the year, while Wood earned his seventh save of the season.

Right-hander Mitch Talbot, who is on a Major League Rehab Assignment from Cleveland, suffered the loss after pitching 5 innings, allowing 6 hits with 2 earned runs and 2 strikeouts.

 

Info courtesy of the Indianapolis Indians

Indianapolis 16-hit, 9-run attack silences Columbus

 

Indianapolis Indians starting pitcher Brad Lincoln surrendered just two earned runs on six hits in seven innings, while the offense scored a run in five straight innings to total nine runs and a season-high 16 hits in a 9-5 win over the Columbus Clippers on Friday night at Victory Field.

The win upped the Indians record to 13-23 for the season, while Columbus drops to 25-10 with the loss. The win also gives the Indians their first 2011 win in eight games against the tough Clippers, while also snapping an 11-game skid against Columbus dating back to 2010.

Brad Lincoln (courtesy of Indianapolis Indians)

Lincoln pitched 7 innings, allowing 6 hits, 2 earned runs, with 2 walks and 4 strikeouts in earning his third straight win to improve to 3-3 by matching an Indians’ season best of seven innings pitched. The right-hander also continued the trend of excellent starting pitching for Indianapolis as Tribe starters have now gone 3-2 with a 1.85 ERA (8 runs in 38.0 IP) 28 strikeouts and just 14 walks over the team’s last seven games.

The Indians offense provided plenty of run support, scoring nine consecutive runs and tallying a season best 16 hits. Leading the way at the plate were 1B Matt Hague, 3-for-5 with a double and 3 RBI’s and SS Chase d’Arnaud, 3-for-4, a triple and 3 RBI’s.

Clippers starter David Huff got lit up in 4.2 innings, giving up 12 hits, 7 runs, 4 earned with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts as he falls to 3-2 on the season.

 

Info courtesy of the Indianapolis Indians

Clippers sweep four game series with Indy; leads IL West by 6 games

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

The Columbus Clippers have answered that often-phrased question, “How we lookin’? Pretty darn good!

Columbus completed the sweep of the Indianapolis Indians Friday night at Victory Field, winning 4-3 in front a crowd of 11,530 fans.

Jordan Brown continued his hot-hitting in the series against the Indians as he delivered the game-winning two-run single in the eighth, scoring Jose Constanza and Josh Rodriguez. The Clippers’ win gives them a nice cushion of six games over Indianapolis in the IL West Division.

Jordan Brown (MiLB)

Yohan Pino started for Columbus and pitched into the seventh inning before being relieved by Jensen Lewis. Lewis earned the win by pitching one-and-a-third innings and striking out one while Vinnie Pestano came on in the ninth for his fourth save of the year.

GAME NOTES

* The Clippers have two, 2010 International League All-Stars in Jose Constanza and Michael Brantley.

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