Keller Deals as Tribe Drop Bats, 3-1

Baron belts second home run to give Indians second straight win

Mitch Keller allowed only one run through 7.1 innings in the Tribe's 3-1 win over Louisville. (Photo by Austin Friedline) (Indians Inc.)

By Cheyne Reiter | June 24, 2019 10:38 PM ET

A 50-minute rain delay ended a stellar performance by Mitch Keller, but the Tribe bullpen recorded the final five outs to finish off a 3-1 victory over Louisville on Monday night. Keller scattered six hits and allowed just one run with six punchouts in 7.1 innings pitched, his longest outing of the season.

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Indians Take Series in Pawtucket with 4-3 Comeback Victory

Kelley drives home game-winning run with clutch single in the ninth

Christian Kelley had one hit on Sunday, but he made it count as the game-winning single in the ninth inning at Pawtucket. (Photo by Adam Pintar)

By Cheyne Reiter | June 23, 2019 5:05 PM ET

Christian Kelley delivered a go-ahead single in the ninth inning and the Indians held off Pawtucket in the bottom half as Luis Escobar left the bases loaded to give Indy a dramatic 4-3 win on Sunday. Jordan Lyles surrendered one run on two hits and three walks with seven strikeouts over 5.1 innings pitched in his rehab start.

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Lyles Set for Major League Rehab Start with Tribe

Lyles joins Williams, Davis as MLB rehabbers to start on mound for Indy in last two weeks

Jordan Lyles will make a rehab start for the Tribe in the road trip finale at Pawtucket. (Photo by Dave Arrigo/Pittsburgh Pirates)

By Cheyne Reiter | June 23, 2019 10:53 AM ET

Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced that right-handed pitcher Jordan Lyles will make a major league rehab start with the Indianapolis Indians for the road trip finale in Pawtucket. The 28-year-old will be the 14th player to appear for the Tribe on a rehab assignment this season.

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Late Home Run Downs Tribe and Spoils McRae's Gem

Indians fall 3-0 after Bryce Brentz breaks the stalemate in the 7th

Alex McRae pitched into the seventh in Saturday's setback. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

June 22, 2019 9:45 PM ET

Alex McRae had pitched six innings of shutout baseball for the Indianapolis Indians, but Bryce Brentz hit a three-run home run off the Tribe starter with one out in the seventh to lift the Pawtucket Red Sox to the 3-0 victory on Saturday night.

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Tucker's Three Hits Propel Indians Past PawSox

Indians outhit PawSox 14-4 but edge them by one run to win the opener

Cole Tucker collected three hits, including the go-ahead single, in Friday's win. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

June 21, 2019 11:06 PM ET

Cole Tucker delivered a go-ahead single in the seventh as part of three-hit night to help propel the Indianapolis Indians past the Pawtucket Red Sox on Friday night, 4-3. Tucker has now amassed a multi-hit game in four of his last six contests.

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Tribe's Jon Schwind Welcomes Latest Challenge

With his playing career marred by injuries, Schwind ready to write new chapter

Jon Schwind, a former Pirates minor leaguer and Indianapolis Indian in 2016, is in his first year of professional coaching. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Cheyne Reiter | June 21, 2019 12:54 PM ET

You may not realize it when attending an Indians game at Victory Field, but the first base coach's box is often manned by a current Indianapolis Indian who isn't in the lineup.

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Tribe Rally Falls Short After Eight-Run Fifth by Bisons

The Indians couldn't overcome the deficit to win the series

Cole Tucker hit two home runs and went back-to-back with Logan Hill in the Tribe's 11-8 loss to Buffalo. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

By Anna Kayser | June 20, 2019 4:46 PM ET

Cole Tucker's two-home run day and a rally which sent eight Indians to the plate wasn't enough to overcome an eight-run fifth inning by the Bisons that led them to a 11-8 win in the series finale.

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Indians in the Community: Shepherd Community Center

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June 20, 2019 10:23 AM ET

INDIANAPOLIS -- The near east side of Indianapolis is one of the poorest areas of the city. One organization dedicated to breaking its cycle of poverty is Shepherd Community Center.

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Three-Run Sixth Dooms Tribe as Bisons Even Series

Buffalo avenges Tuesday's 5-2 Indy win with a 6-3 triumph

JB Shuck hit a little-league homer in Wednesday's loss. (Photo by Austin Friedline)

June 19, 2019 10:33 PM ET

The Indianapolis Indians cut an early deficit down to just one run with a fifth-inning rally, but the Buffalo Bisons scored three in the sixth to pull away on Wednesday night, 6-3.

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Vieaux's Gem and Tribe's Two-Out Hitting Topples Buffalo

Indians open road trip with 5-2 win over Bisons

Cam Vieaux took a no-hitter into the 6th inning in Tuesday's victory. (Photo by Adam Pintar)

June 18, 2019 10:48 PM ET

Cam Vieaux took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and Will Craig clubbed his 16th home run of the season as the Indianapolis Indians opened a six-game road trip with a victory over the Buffalo Bisons on Tuesday, 5-2.

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