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Clippers and Huff shut down Tides, 1-0

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

David Huff pitched seven shutout innings on Sunday for Columbus in a 1-0 shutout over the Norfolk Tides in Harbor Park.

Huff is 4-0 since being optioned to Triple-A by the Indians a few weeks ago.

David Huff 4-0 in Columbus (mlb)

Huff stopped the Tides on two hits, walked three and struck out three as Columbus won it’s 57th game of the season.

The Clippers scored the game’s lone run in the second inning as Wes Hodges singled and advanced to second on a Nick Weglarz ground out. Cord Phelps’ single moved Hodges to third and he scored when Lou Marson hit into a fielder’s choice grounder.

Vinnie Pestano earned his seventh save for Columbus.

Louisville Bats defeat Columbus Clippers, 4-2

info courtesy of Columbus Clippers

The Bats topped the Clippers, Saturday night at Slugger Field, 4-2. Louisville used timely hitting and good pitching to hold off Columbus. The IL West leaders left 13 men on base in the defeat.

Louisville got going quickly in the first inning when Juan Francisco drove home Zack Cozart on an RBI-single to center field off of Carlos Carrasco.

Wladimir Balentien had 2 RBI's for Bats (MiLB)

Columbus would comeback to tie the game up in the fourth inning as Nick Weglarz singled home Luis Valbuena. Valbuena reached base in all five plate appearances, as he recorded three hits and was also walked twice.

Todd Frazier scored on a sacrifice fly off the bat of Wladimir Balentien in the bottom half of the fourth inning to give the Bats a 2-1 advantage. Louisville would add another run in the fifth inning when Frazier singled home Cozart and Balentien concluded the scoring with a solo homer in the eighth.

Clippers DH/3B Wes Hodges hit his eighth homer of the season, a solo shot to straightaway center field in the sixth.

Columbus Clippers extends win streak to five & IL West lead to 7

Info courtesy of Columbus Clippers

(THIS ARTICLE HAS AUDIO FROM CLIPPERS MANAGER MIKE SARBAUGH)

Our “Hometown Heroes”, the Columbus Clippers extended their winning streak to five games on Saturday night as they defeated the Toledo Mud Hens, 7-1 at Fifth Third Field. The Clippers’ bats continued their impressive stretch, pounding out 12 base hits and their pitching staff stepped up to pitch a great game.

Luis Valbuena (MiLB)

Wes Hodges (MiLB)

Columbus jumped out to an early lead as Luis Valbuena belted his second home run as a Clipper in the first inning, a two-run homer to right field driving in Josh Rodriguez. Columbus’ second two-run inning was led by Wes Hodges in the fourth, as he drove home Jared Goedert on a single to left field. Hodges would later score on a bases loaded walk to Cord Phelps.

Josh Tomlin continued to be the Clippers’ most consistent pitcher, going seven shutout innings, allowing four hits while striking out six.

The Clippers increased their International League West Division lead to 7 games over Indianapolis.

SOUNDS FROM THE CLIPPERS MANAGER MIKE SARBAUGH, TALKING ABOUT HIS FIRST PLACE TEAM (To listen to an audio file, please click on the link)

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45 190 Mike Sarbaugh Clippers His 500 wins as a manager is phenomenal (megasportsnews.com)

45 191 Mike Sarbaugh Clippers manager Athletes & Coaches don’t follow their stats (megasportsnews.com)

45 193 Mike Sarbaugh Clippers manager Jared Goedert 10 HR’s in a month impressive (megasportsnews.com)

Clippers beat Indy on the road to open up 5 game lead in IL West

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Staff writer Dan Hock also contributed to this story

After beating the Indianapolis Indians at home two games in a row, the Clippers and Indians changed the venue to Indianapolis, Indiana and the result was the same.

The Clippers jumped out to an early lead and coasted to a 6-1 win.

Jeremy Sowers Clippers (MiLB)

Columbus scored three runs in the first inning, Jared Goedert hit an RBI-single and Wes Hodges, a two-run double.

Jeanmar Gomez was wild, walking four in five innings of work, but only allowed one run, unearned in the second inning. He was backed up by four innings of solid relief from Jeremy Sowers, Josh Judy and Jess Todd.

Over the first three days of their four-game, two-city series, Columbus has expanded their lead over Indianapolis from two games in the International League’s West Division to five games and are a season-High 17 games over the .500 mark.

GAME NOTES

* Indianapolis catcher Erik Kratz is selected to the 2010 Triple AAA all-star game for the second straight year. Kratz was selected to the 2009 All-Star squad and wes named to the 2009 Top II All-Stars in the game. He went 2-for-2 with a walk, double and two-run homer.

Clippers use first inning to put game away early, 8-2

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

The Columbus Clippers only needed one inning Saturday night to extend their current winning streak to five games, winning game two of a four-game series against the Gwinnett Braves, 8-2. There were 10,000 delightful fans at Huntington Park.

After falling behind 1-0, the Clippers responded with a seven-run opening inning. The big frame featured two-run singles from both Jordan Brown and Wes Hodges, an RBI double from Cord Phelps and a two run double from Michael Brantley (his second hit of the inning).

The Clippers added another run in the third inning, when Lou Marson hit his second home run as a Clipper in 2010 on his 24th birthday.

Lou Marson Indians (mlb)

The big offensive output was for Jeanmar Gomez, who allowed two runs on seven hits with four strikeouts over six innings of pitching, his record improves to 5-7.

Carlton Smith and Jess Todd pitched three innings of scoreless relief for the Clippers.

The game was briefly delayed in the bottom of the eighth inning because of lightning in the area.

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