Erik Gonzalez Begins Rehab Assignment with Indians
Gonzalez also rehabbed with Indianapolis during the 2019 season
INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced infielder Erik Gonzalez will begin a rehab assignment with the Indianapolis Indians tonight at St. Paul. He is the eighth MLB rehabber assigned to Indy this season and third currently on the active roster, joining infielder Colin Moran and pitcher Steven Brault.
Four-Run First Leads Indians To Victory
Indy snapped a five-game losing streak with the win over St. Paul
ST. PAUL, MINN. – The Indianapolis Indians snapped their five-game losing streak after T.J. Rivera hit a bases clearing double to seal the lead and take the win over St. Paul on Friday night, 8-4.
Colin Moran Joins Indy For Second Rehab Stint
Moran first appeared with the Indians for three games in early June
INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced infielder Colin Moran will begin his second rehab assignment with the Indianapolis Indians tonight in their game at St. Paul. Moran first appeared with the Indians from June 1-5 and is one of seven MLB rehabbers to be assigned to Indianapolis this season.
Indians Lose In Walk-Off Fashion, 3-2
T.J. Rivera hit a two-run home run in the loss to St. Paul
ST. PAUL, MINN. – The Indianapolis Indians dropped their fifth straight game after the St. Paul Saints walked it off in ten innings on Thursday night, 3-2.
Refsnyder Homers, Hands Indy 10-5 Loss
The Indians have lost their last four games
ST. PAUL, MINN. – A three-run home run by major league rehabber Rob Refsnyder, his second long ball in as many nights, gave the St. Paul Saints insurance runs needed for a 10-5 win vs. the Indianapolis Indians on Wednesday.
Saints Bury Indians In Series Opener
Hunter Owen homered in the loss to St. Paul
ST. PAUL, MINN. – The St. Paul Saints scored eight runs on six hits in the bottom of the first inning to bury the Indianapolis Indians on Tuesday night and take the series opener 16-1.
Homers Bury Indians In Homestand Finale
The Indians finished their homestand with a 5-7 record
INDIANAPOLIS – A pair of long home runs bookended the Toledo Mud Hens scoring frames on Sunday afternoon as the Indianapolis Indians were handed their fourth loss of the six-game series, 7-3.
Ninth-Inning Homers Not Enough in Indians Loss
Alford and Bethancourt both went yard to attempt a comeback
INDIANAPOLIS – After falling behind by six runs, the Indianapolis Indians fell short in their comeback attempt against the Toledo Mud Hens on Saturday night, 6-4.
Steven Brault’s Gem Shuts Down Toledo, 2-1
Chris Sharpe homered in the win over the Mud Hens
INDIANAPOLIS – MLB rehabber Steven Brault threw four perfect innings to set the tone for the Indianapolis Indians in a 2-1 win over the Toledo Mud Hens on Friday night.
Indianapolis Native Dillon Peters Joins Indians Roster
Peters graduated from Cathedral High School in 2011
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians announced today that left-handed pitcher and Indianapolis native, Dillon Peters, has been activated on their roster. He was traded from Los Angeles (AL) to Pittsburgh on July 19 in exchange for cash and was optioned to Indy.
Indians Receive Sensory Certification, Install Sensory Wall at Victory Field
Sensory bags also available for pick-up during games, events at The Vic
The Indianapolis Indians today announced that the organization received sensory certification through their partnership with KultureCity, making Victory Field sensory inclusive for all Indians games and events held at the ballpark. This new initiative promotes an accommodating and positive experience for all guests and fans with a sensory issue who
Mud Hens Pitching Stumps Indianapolis, 7-2
Hunter Owen’s ninth-inning home run broke up a shutout bid
INDIANAPOLIS – Former Indianapolis Indians hurler Drew Hutchison tossed seven shutout innings against his former team en route to a 7-2 win for the Toledo Mud Hens on Thursday night.
Mud Hens Score Early and Often in Indians Loss
The Indians were shut out through the first six innings on Wednesday
INDIANAPOLIS – The Toledo Mud Hens scored in each of the first five innings, capped off by a six-run fifth, to beat the Indianapolis Indians on Wednesday afternoon, 11-5.
Run Parade Ends in Indians Favor, 12-11
The Indians put up a season-high tying 12 runs on 15 hits
INDIANAPOLIS – In a high-scoring battle that featured 23 total runs, 29 hits – 15 for extra bases – and 10 innings, the Indianapolis Indians narrowly edged the Toledo Mud Hens, 12-11.
Grand Slam Caps Eight-Run Rout for Indy
Madris hit second career grand slam in win
INDIANAPOLIS – Bligh Madris capped off an eight-run Indianapolis Indians sixth inning with his second career grand slam on Sunday afternoon to beat the Omaha Storm Chasers, 12-5.
One Run Decides Two On Saturday Night
Omaha narrowly sweeps Indy in twin bill
INDIANAPOLIS – The Omaha Storm Chasers took a series lead with a sweep of the Indianapolis Indians in Saturday night’s doubleheader, 2-1 and 4-3. All five contests played so far in the six-game series have been decided by one run.
Brault Set to Make First Rehab Start With Indy Tonight
The southpaw had his rehab assignment transferred from Single-A Bradenton today
INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced that left-hander Steven Brault had his rehab assignment transferred to Indianapolis and will start Game 1 of a doubleheader tonight vs. Omaha. He is the seventh MLB rehabber and fourth pitcher to join Indianapolis’ roster this season, following infielders Ke’Bryan Hayes, Colin Moran
Storm Chasers-Indians Postponed Due To Inclement Weather
Game to be made up as a doubleheader on Saturday, July 17
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians have announced that their Friday night matchup vs. the Omaha Storm Chasers at Victory Field has been postponed due to inclement weather. The contest will be made up as a doubleheader Saturday, July 17, with Game 1 scheduled for 5:35 PM ET. To celebrate Victory
Indianapolis Indians Charities Introduces Circle City Donor Club
Various donation amounts lead to Circle City Donor Club inclusion and benefits
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Indians Charities (IIC) today unveiled the Circle City Donor Club, providing a new way for fans to donate to IIC while receiving love in return. The Donor Club has four levels ($50, $75, $100, $250) and each donor threshold receives benefits. Fans interested in impacting Central Indiana
Indy Rains On Omaha’s Parade, 4-3
The Indians won the five-inning contest in their final half-inning
INDIANAPOLIS – In a rain-shortened, five-inning contest on Thursday night, the Indianapolis Indians came back from a 3-1 deficit in the fifth inning to beat the Omaha Storm Chasers, 4-3. The game featured three separate rain delays for a total time of one hour and 40 minutes.
Indians Drop Back-And-Forth 12-Inning Battle
Omaha tied the series, 1-1, with the win
INDIANAPOLIS – Following a four-hour marathon at Victory Field on Wednesday night, the Omaha Storm Chasers emerged victorious over the Indianapolis Indians, 6-5, in 12 innings.
Season Extended: MLB and MiLB Add 10-Game “Final Stretch” to Triple-A Schedule
Indians to play two additional five-game series as season extends into early October
INDIANAPOLIS – Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball today announced that all Triple-A teams will play an additional 10 games called the “Triple-A Final Stretch,” with the season now ending Sunday, Oct. 3. The Indianapolis Indians will play at Werner Park against the Omaha Storm Chasers (Sept. 22-26) before
Indians Grit Out Win Over Division-Leading Omaha
It was Indy’s first win over Omaha this season
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians came back from a 1-0 deficit and held off the Omaha Storm Chasers in a tight, series-opening win on Tuesday night, 3-2.
Series Finale at Columbus Canceled Due to Rain
Indians clinch 6-5 season-series win
COLUMBUS, OHIO – The series finale of a six-game series today between the Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers has been canceled due to inclement weather. It was the final meeting scheduled between the two teams this season and will not be made up.
Indians Offense Knock Out Clippers, 11-1
Indy recorded a season-high 15 hits in the win
COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Indianapolis Indians dominated the Columbus Clippers with ten runs in the first five innings and seven shut-out frames from Beau Sulser on Saturday night, 11-1.