Priester Deals Six Scoreless, Andújar and Smith-Njigba Blast Off in Indy Win
INDIANAPOLIS – Miguel Andújar tattooed a 442-foot home run to give Indianapolis an early lead, Quinn Priester recorded another scoreless performance against Toledo, and Canaan Smith-Njigba launched his first career grand slam to cap a five-run eighth as the Indians buried the Mud Hens 11-0 on Friday night at Victory
Aaron Shackelford Named Indians May Player of the Month
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians today named infielder Aaron Shackelford as their May Player of the Month after he led the team in home runs, slugging percentage and OPS and tied for the lead in extra-base hits in 22 games.
Late-Inning Runs Hand Indianapolis Thursday Loss
INDIANAPOLIS – Cam Alldred impressed with four one-run innings in his fourth spot-start of 2023, but the Indianapolis Indians could not overcome three late-inning runs by the Toledo Mud Hens in a Thursday night loss at Victory Field, 4-1.
Gonzo’s Grand Slam, Eight-Run Sixth Lift Indians in Wednesday Win
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians’ offense exploded courtesy of Nick Gonzales’ fourth career grand slam and back-to-back jacks by outfielders Cal Mitchell and Canaan Smith-Njigba in a 13-1 rout over the Toledo Mud Hens on Wednesday night at Victory Field.
Indians Offense Explodes in Series Opener Against Mud Hens
INDIANAPOLIS – Endy Rodríguez notched his first four-hit performance in Triple-A and the Indianapolis Indians exploded for 15 hits in a 12-6 defeat over the Toledo Mud Hens at Victory Field on Monday night.
Andújar Logs Pair of Extra-Base Hits in Loss
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Miguel Andújar drove in three with a game-tying solo home run and go-ahead two-run double, but the Columbus Clippers prevailed after scoring three unanswered runs against the Indianapolis Indians on Sunday afternoon at Huntington Park, 5-4.
Indians Rally from Eight Down, Fall Just Short in Comeback Bid in Columbus, 10-9
COLUMBUS, Ohio –Trailing 8-0 at the end of the second inning, the Indianapolis Indians came back to tie the game at 8-8 before falling to the Columbus Clippers at Huntington Park on Saturday night, 10-9.
Alldred Fans Six, Indians Belt Three Homers to Clip Columbus
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Aaron Shackelford hit a tiebreaking two-run home run in the fourth inning – the second of three long balls hit by Indianapolis – to drive the Indians to a 7-3 victory over the Columbus Clippers on Friday night at Huntington Park. The blast was Shackelford’s team-leading seventh
Clippers Walk-Off Against Indians
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Aaron Shackelford blasted two mammoth home runs out of Huntington Park, but the Columbus Clippers rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth to defeat the Indianapolis Indians in walk-off fashion on Thursday night, 5-4.
On Deck at the Vic: Two Firework Shows, Youth Clinic and Marvel’s Defenders of the Diamond Night
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians return home on Monday, May 29, for a Memorial Day series opener against the Toledo Mud Hens, Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The six-game series continues Wednesday, May 31 through Sunday, June 4, and includes two firework shows, two specialty jersey auctions, a Youth
Indians Outlast Columbus in Slugfest to Even Series, 12-9
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Behind home runs from Nick Gonzales, Miguel Andújar, Mark Mathias and Canaan Smith-Njigba, the Indianapolis Indians survived several comeback threats from the Columbus Clippers in a 12-9 win on Wednesday night at Huntington Park.
Indy’s Late-Inning Comeback Falls Short in Lidlifter Loss
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Malcom Nuñez roped an RBI single with the bases loaded in the top of the ninth inning to bring the Indianapolis Indians within one run of the Columbus Clippers, but they could not complete the comeback and dropped the series opener at Huntington Park on Tuesday night,
Indians Knock Off I-Cubs, Salvage Series Split
INDIANAPOLIS – Quinn Priester continued his outstanding month of May with 5.0 scoreless innings and Malcom Nuñez rocked a three-run home run in the eighth inning to carry the Indianapolis Indians to a 5-1 win over the Iowa Cubs on Sunday afternoon at Victory Field.
Indians Drop Both Games of Twin Bill Against Iowa
INDIANAPOLIS – Despite a duo of pitching duels, the first of which featured a major league matchup of Kyle Hendricks and Vince Velasquez, the Indianapolis Indians were swept by the Iowa Cubs in Saturday night’s doubleheader at Victory Field, 2-1 and 1-0.
Pirates Starting Pitcher Vince Velasquez to Begin Rehab Assignment at Victory Field
INDIANAPOLIS – The Pittsburgh Pirates today announced that right-handed pitcher Vince Velasquez will make the first start of his rehab assignment with the Indianapolis Indians in Game 1 of tonight’s doubleheader vs. Chicago Cubs right-handed rehabber Kyle Hendricks and the Iowa Cubs at Victory Field. He is the fourth major
Six-Run Surge Puts Indians Past I-Cubs
INDIANAPOLIS – Behind a three-hit performance by third basemen Malcom Nuñez and six-run fifth inning, the Indianapolis Indians bested the Iowa Cubs on Thursday afternoon at Victory Field, 10-5.
Shackelford Homers in Indians Wednesday Loss
INDIANAPOLIS – Despite Aaron Shackelford’s fourth home run of the season and Osvaldo Bido’s first quality start, the Iowa Cubs narrowly edged the Indianapolis Indians on Wednesday afternoon at Victory Field, 5-4.
Priester’s Gem Sparks Series-Opening Victory
INDIANAPOLIS – Behind a trio of home runs and lights-out pitching by Quinn Priester, the Indianapolis Indians defeated the Iowa Cubs in their series opener at Victory Field on Tuesday night, 9-1.
Southpaw Rob Zastryzny Set to Begin Rehab Assignment with Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS – The Pittsburgh Pirates today announced that left-handed pitcher Rob Zastryzny will begin a rehab assignment with the Indianapolis Indians tonight in their series opener vs. the Iowa Cubs at Victory Field. He is the third major league rehabber assigned to Indy this season, following right-handers Chase De Jong
On Deck at the Vic: Fireworks, Prospects Weekend, Princesses and a Chance to Strike Out Bullying
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians return home Tuesday, May 16 to open a six-game series against the Iowa Cubs, Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. For the duration of the homestand through Sunday, May 21, the Indians will take a stand to strike out bullying in honor of Terry Badger
Indians Tally Season-High 15 Runs in Series Finale vs. Saints
ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Indianapolis Indians offense exploded for a five-run fourth inning and a seven-run ninth inning en route to a series finale victory against the St. Paul Saints at CHS Field on Sunday afternoon, 15-3. With the win, the Indians return to Victory Field having won eight
Indians Pitching Stymies Saints in Saturday Soiree
ST. PAUL, Minn. – A quintet of Indianapolis Indians pitchers combined to hold the St. Paul Saints scoreless following a first-inning home run en route to a Saturday afternoon victory at CHS Field, 3-1.
Nuñez Homers in Indians Friday Loss
PAUL, Minn. – Malcom Nuñez launched his third home run of the season, but the Indianapolis Indians offense could not overcome a two-run lead by the St. Paul Saints as they took their third loss of the six-game series at CHS Field on Friday night, 2-1.
Indians to Help Strike Out Bullying in Honor of Terry Badger III
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians and Indianapolis Indians Charities will take a stand to strike out bullying during their May 16-21 homestand against the Iowa Cubs. The initiative is in honor of 13-year-old Terry Badger III, a young baseball star in Covington, Ind. who tragically took his life this past
Four-Run Seventh Lifts Saints Over Indians, 8-7
ST. PAUL, Minn. – A two-run home run by Chavez Young in the top of the ninth inning was not enough for Indianapolis to overcome a four-run seventh inning by St. Paul as the Saints defeated the Indians on Thursday night at CHS Field, 8-7.