James Marvels Again as Indians Beat Bats, 5-2

Marvel throws seven innings, improves to 5-0

James Marvel went seven innings of two-run ball to earn his fifth Triple-A win on Friday against Louisville. (Photo by Justin Casterline)

By Cheyne Reiter | August 23, 2019 10:59 PM ET

James Marvel stymied the Louisville Bats with seven innings of two-run ball, and the Indianapolis Indians offense piled up 22 baserunners in a 5-2 win on Friday night. Ke'Bryan Hayes matched his season high with four hits, and Jake Elmore singled, doubled and scored two runs in the triumph.

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Indians Set Franchise Record for Strikeouts in 5-4 Loss

Tribe staff fans 12, breaks 2013 record of 1,153 strikeouts

By Cheyne Reiter | August 22, 2019 10:17 PM ET

Yefry Ramirez whiffed eight batters through six innings of two-run ball, but a three-run eighth for the Toledo Mud Hens gave the home team a 5-4 comeback victory over the Indianapolis Indians on Thursday night. Blake Cederlind and JB Shuck combined for four strikeouts in relief, with Shuck's punchout of Jacob Robson to end the eighth being the record-setting 1,154th strikeout by Indy's staff this season.

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Tolman's Two Homers Lead Tribe to DH Split in Toledo

Indians squander 7-0 lead in Game 1, belt three solo shots in Game 2

Mitchell Tolman recorded the third two-homer game of his career in the second game of a doubleheader in Toledo on Wednesday. (Photo by Justin Casterline)

By Cheyne Reiter | August 21, 2019 11:14 PM ET

Mitchell Tolman launched a pair of solo home runs and Jake Elmore added one of his own to help the Indianapolis Indians to a 3-1 win in game two of a doubleheader split in Toledo on Wednesday night. Indy led the first game comfortably but saw the Mud Hens score the final seven runs for a 9-8 walk-off victory.

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Indians-Mud Hens Postponed in Toledo

Game 1 of Wednesday's doubleheader scheduled for 5:30 p.m. ET

Thunderstorms in Toledo forced Tuesday night's postponement between the Indians and Mud Hens. (Photo by Cheyne Reiter)

By Cheyne Reiter | August 20, 2019 8:47 PM ET

The Indians and Mud Hens had the second game of their four-game series postponed tonight in Toledo due to inclement weather. The contest was officially called after a 1-hour and 45-minute rain delay.

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Hayes Homers Again but Indians Lose to Hens, 12-4

Tribe third baseman reaches double digits in dingers for first time

Mitchell Tolman recorded his first double and triple in Triple-A on Monday in Toledo. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | August 19, 2019 9:54 PM ET

Ke'Bryan Hayes lined his 10th home run of the season in the first inning, but momentum quickly swayed toward the Mud Hens as the Indianapolis Indians were blitzed on Monday night in Toledo, 12-4. Jason Martin doubled twice and Mitchell Tolman doubled and tripled in the defeat.

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Tribe Walk-Off After Five-Run Comeback

The Indians avoided a four-game sweep with a walk-off single

Ke'Bryan Hayes hit his ninth home run of the season, a three-run shot, to tie Sunday's game against Lehigh Valley. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Anna Kayser | August 18, 2019 6:10 PM ET

Ke'Bryan Hayes sent his ninth home run of the year 386 feet out to left field to seal the Tribe's five-run comeback in the ninth inning to tie up Sunday's game against Lehigh Valley. Christian Kelley then knocked in the winning run with a one-out single in the 10th inning to defeat the IronPigs, 8-7, in the Indians' fourth walk-off win of the season.

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Ramirez Strong but 'Pigs Top Indians, 3-2

Tribe starter ties season high with nine punchouts

Yefry Ramirez tied his season-high of nine strikeouts in the Tribe's 3-2 loss to Lehigh Valley on Saturday. (Photo by Alex Leachman)

By Cheyne Reiter | August 17, 2019 10:07 PM ET

Yefry Ramirez struck out nine over six innings of two-run ball but Ramon Rosso, Tyler Gilbert and Edgar Garcia combined on a four-hitter as Lehigh Valley won their third straight over Indianapolis, 3-2, on Saturday night. Francisco Cervelli launched a 432-foot solo shot in the ninth to produce the final margin.

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Tribe Fall Flat as IronPigs Sweep Doubleheader

Indians drop season-low three games under .500

Jake Elmore hit his 30th double of the season, good for fourth-most in the International League, in game two of Friday's doubleheader against Lehigh Valley. (Photo by Justin Casterline)

By Anna Kayser | August 17, 2019 12:18 AM ET

Two four-run frames propelled Lehigh Valley to 8-4 and 7-2 wins over Indianapolis on Friday night at Victory Field. The Tribe offense scored in only two of the 15 innings and totaled 11 hits on the night to drop three games below .500, their lowest mark of the season.

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Elmore's World: Journeyman Enjoying Career Year in Indianapolis

Utilityman leads International League batting race with .350 average

Jake Elmore leads the International League with a .350 batting average. He is also third in on-base percentage (.412) and tied for fourth with 29 doubles. (Photo by Adam Pintar)

By Mike Lopresti | August 16, 2019 12:47 PM ET

The leading hitter in the International League is 32 years old and has seen more towns than a Springsteen tour. He is playing for his 10th organization and has called a ballpark home in all four time zones of the continental United States. He is closing in on 1300 games as a professional, but only 208 of them were as a major leaguer, in six different uniforms.

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Elmore's Doubles Not Enough in 7-3 Setback

Indians tally 10 hits but leave 10 runners on in loss

Jake Elmore went 2-for-4 with two doubles in the Tribe's 7-3 loss to Rochester to close out the series. (Photo by Adam Pintar)

By Cheyne Reiter | August 15, 2019 10:43 PM ET

The Indianapolis Indians couldn't overcome an early 7-0 deficit in a 7-3 loss to the Rochester Red Wings on Thursday night. Four Indians tallied two-hit performances, highlighted by a pair of Jake Elmore doubles that raised his league-leading average to .350.

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