Indy Hops Off with 2-1 Win in Extras

Wood drills walk-off single to complete fifth comeback victory

In the bottom of the 11th, Eric Wood hit a single into right field to score Steven Baron for the Tribe's second walk off win. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 21, 2019 5:20 PM ET

Eric Wood roped a single through a drawn-in infield with the bases loaded to give the Indians a 2-1 win in 11 innings over the Bats on Easter Sunday. Trayvon Robinson hit a game-tying triple in the 10th to prolong the game one inning further.

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Indians Clipped by Bats in 10 Innings, 3-1

Teams combine for 35 strikeouts in cold temperatures

RHP Rookie Davis went 5.2 innings and allowed only one earned run with six strikeouts in Indy's 3-1 extra innings loss to Louisville. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 20, 2019 11:05 PM ET

Blake Trahan punched a two-out, two-run single into right field in the top of the 10th inning to send the Bats past the Indians on Saturday night, 3-1. The Indians struck out 22 times overall to set a new Victory Field era record.

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Tucker Recalled, Reynolds' Contract Selected by Pirates

Indians send two top prospects to Pittsburgh

Cole Tucker was recalled and Bryan Reynolds (right) was selected by the Pirates this afternoon. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 20, 2019 1:11 PM ET

Today the Pittsburgh Pirates recalled shortstop Cole Tucker and selected the contract of outfielder Bryan Reynolds from Indianapolis. The duo will become the second and third Indians in 2019 to make their major league debuts, joining Jason Martin who made his MLB debut on April 6.

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Bats Best Tribe Behind Three-Run First

Tucker homers for Indy in 3-2 loss

RHP Eduardo Vera gave up three runs in the first inning and then threw four scoreless frames in the Tribe's 3-2 loss to Louisville. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 19, 2019 10:33 PM ET

Cole Tucker hit his third home run of the season, but the long ball wasn't enough for the Indians in a 3-2 loss to the Bats on Friday night. Louisville scored three runs in the first inning en route to the series-opening win.

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Indians Add OF Lonnie Chisenhall on Rehab Assignment

30-year-old expected to make Pirates organization debut with Indy tonight

Lonnie Chisenhall will make his Pirates organization debut with Indianapolis on a rehab assignment. (Photo by PGH/David Arrigo)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 19, 2019 6:53 PM ET

Today the Indianapolis Indians announced, in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Pirates, that outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall has joined the Tribe on a major league rehab assignment. Chisenhall, 30, was placed on the injured list with a right index finger fracture on March 28.

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Indians-Mud Hens Postponed Due to Inclement Weather

No reschedule date has been set

The Tribe's series finale against Toledo is postponed due to expected heavy rain in the area.

By Cheyne Reiter | April 18, 2019 5:17 PM ET

The series finale between the Indians and Mud Hens has been postponed due to inclement weather. No makeup date has been set; the Tribe will announce the reschedule date at a later time.

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Error in Ninth Leads Tribe to Walk-off Win

Indians overcome 4-0 deficit, remain red-hot atop IL West

Will Craig's pop-up was dropped in the ninth inning to score Ke'Bryan Hayes. Indy earned its first walk-off win, 8-7. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 17, 2019 5:17 PM ET

Bryan Reynolds smashed his second career grand slam and Ke'Bryan Hayes - after committing an error in the top of the ninth to help Toledo tie the game - singled in the bottom half, stole second and scored the winning run on a dropped popup by Mud Hens second baseman Harold Castro, giving the Indians a thrilling 8-7 victory on Wednesday.

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Weiss' Big Day Makes Tribe 4-3 Winner

Indians win for eighth time in last nine games

Mitch Keller threw 5.1 innings of one-run ball to lift the Indians over the Mud Hens, 4-3. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 16, 2019 2:32 PM ET

Erich Weiss homered and drove in three runs, Mitch Keller allowed one run over 5.1 innings, and the Tribe picked up another win on their 11-game homestand with a 4-3 victory over Toledo Tuesday afternoon. Weiss finished a double short of hitting for the cycle.

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Indians Ruff Up Hens on Bark in the Park Night, 9-1

Tribe offense unleashes 11-hit attack in triumph

Gregory Polanco and Bryan Reynolds combined for three hits and three RBI in the Tribe's 9-1 win over Toledo on Monday. (Photo by Adam Pintar)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 15, 2019 10:24 PM ET

Cole Tucker and Jake Elmore collected three hits apiece, JT Brubaker pitched into the sixth inning, and the Indians dumped Toledo 9-1 on Monday night. Bryan Reynolds drilled his fourth home run of the season in the win.

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Indiana Native: A Baseball Treasure

Carl Erskine (left) attended an Indians game on Jackie Robinson Day in 2016. He will address the crowd tonight prior to Indy's series opener against Toledo. (Photo by Dave Wegiel)

By Cheyne Reiter | April 15, 2019 11:09 AM ET

Nestled to the northeast of Indianapolis in nearby Anderson, Ind. - a mere 60 minutes from Victory Field - is one of the greatest major league ballplayers from the Hoosier state. He is a proud owner of two no-hitters, a 20-win season, one All-Star bid and most importantly, a World Series ring.

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