Hayes, Craig Selected as 2019 Rawlings Gold Glove Award® Winners

Hayes becomes second minor leaguer to win three consecutive Gold Glove Awards

By Cheyne Reiter | October 14, 2019 10:55 AM ET

Minor League Baseball and Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc., today announced the nine recipients of the 2019 Rawlings Gold Glove Award® for defensive excellence. The Indianapolis Indians had multiple winners, with first baseman Will Craig earning his first Gold Glove Award and third baseman Ke'Bryan Hayes taking home his third straight Gold Glove honor.

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Indianapolis Indians Announce New Hires

Front office staffers cover premium services, community outreach and ticket sales

(Austin Friedline)

October 10, 2019 3:45 PM ET

The Indianapolis Indians front office is expanding, with three recent hires joining the franchise ranked as the total attendance leader in Minor League Baseball over the past seven seasons combined.

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Rowdie's Pumpkin Patch Coming to Victory Field

Indians to host new fall tradition this Sunday, October 6

October 10, 2019 4:04 PM ET

For the first time, the Indianapolis Indians are ringing in fall with Rowdie's Pumpkin Patch presented by Indiana WIC. This free event takes place Sunday, October 6 at Victory Field from noon - 4 p.m.

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MLB Postseason Teams Filled with Former Indy Indians

Three Indians from 2019 team playoff bound

Austin Meadows is one of 21 former Indians on a major league postseason roster either playing or coaching this October. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | October 1, 2019 10:36 AM ET

The 2019 Major League Baseball postseason begins with the National League Wild Card Game between the Washington Nationals and Milwaukee Brewers tonight, Tuesday, October 1 at 8:00 p.m. ET. Eight of the 10 teams in the playoffs have players or coaches who have ties to the Indianapolis Indians.

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Tribe Unveil New Indianapolis Indians Charities

Nonprofit organization will be dedicated to serving Central Indiana youth and families

September 23, 2019 10:40 AM ET

The Indianapolis Indians today announced the formation of Indianapolis Indians Charities, a new nonprofit organization dedicated to helping youth and families grow stronger together, learn more and live healthier lives.

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Marvel Named Pittsburgh's Minor League Pitcher of the Year

Right-hander won 16 games between Double-A Altoona and Indianapolis

By Cheyne Reiter | September 18, 2019 11:36 AM ET

Right-handed pitcher James Marvel today was selected as the Pittsburgh Pirates Minor League Pitcher of the Year for the 2019 season. Marvel is the third consecutive pitcher of the year recipient to have played for Indianapolis, joining Steven Brault (2017) and JT Brubaker (2018).

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Indianapolis Indians Release 2020 Schedule

Tribe at home on Easter, Mother's Day and Independence Day

The Indianapolis Indians open their 2020 campaign -- their 119th consecutive season in operation -- on Thursday, April 9 against Toledo at Victory Field. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | September 18, 2019 10:05 AM ET

The Indianapolis Indians today announced their 2020 regular season schedule. The Tribe begin their 119th season on Thursday, April 9 against the Toledo Mud Hens at Victory Field, with the season's first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET.

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Owen Tabbed as Indy's Pirates Community Commitment Award Winner

Evansville, Ind. native led Indians with 15 volunteer hours

Hunter Owen logged 15 community service hours between Altoona and Indianapolis this season. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | September 17, 2019 4:18 PM ET

Representing the Indianapolis Indians with class both on and off the field, utilityman Hunter Owen will be honored in an on-field ceremony at Pittsburgh's PNC Park on Wednesday, September 18, prior to the Pirates hosting the Seattle Mariners at 7:05 p.m. ET. The Evansville, Ind. native and Indiana State University product has been selected as Indy's 2019 Pirates Community Commitment Award winner.

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That's Marvel-ous: Big Game James to Make MLB Debut Today

Right-hander won minor league leading 16 games between Altoona and Indianapolis

James Marvel will make his major league debut this afternoon against St. Louis. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | September 8, 2019 10:05 AM ET

The Pittsburgh Pirates today announced that right-handed pitcher James Marvel has been selected from Indianapolis. The 25-year-old will start in place of Mitch Keller, making his major league debut against the first-place St. Louis Cardinals at PNC Park.

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Four Indians Headed to Pittsburgh as September Call-ups

Tucker, Martin headline Pirates additions with one month to play

Jason Martin's 2019 season will begin and end in the big leagues with Pittsburgh. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | September 3, 2019 5:06 PM ET

With major league rosters expanding on Sunday, Sept. 1, the Pittsburgh Pirates today recalled infielder Cole Tucker, outfielder Jason Martin and right-handed pitcher Yacksel Rios from Indianapolis. The Pirates also selected the contract of Tribe catcher Steven Baron.

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