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INDIANAPOLIS – In the midst of a six-game homestand against the Memphis Redbirds, the Indianapolis Indians today revealed that single-game tickets for their 42 remaining home games, beginning with the June 29-July 4 homestand against the Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs – the Iowa Cubs – will go on
Sulser Shuts Down Redbirds In Quality Start
Sulser held the Redbirds scoreless through six innings
INDIANAPOLIS – Led by Anthony Alford’s 450-foot leadoff home run and Beau Sulser’s first career Triple-A quality start, the Indianapolis Indians took a 2-0 lead in the six-game series over the Memphis Redbirds on Wednesday night, 6-1.
Alford Reaches Base Four Times In 6-1 Indians Win
Alford scored half of the Indians runs on Tuesday night
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians pitching staff held the Memphis Redbirds to just three hits and fanned 12 batters in a 6-1 series-opening win on Tuesday night at Victory Field. It was the first regular-season matchup between the two teams in history.
Indians Homer Three Times In Series Finale
Christian Bethancourt drove in two runs in the win over Nashville
NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Indianapolis Indians scored three runs in the top of the fifth inning to bury the Nashville Sounds in the series finale on Sunday, 7-4. With the win, Indy split the series 3-3.
Three-Run First Leads Indians To Victory
Cole Tucker drove in three runs in the win over Nashville
NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Indianapolis Indians drove in three runs in the first inning to end their three-game losing streak and defeat the Nashville Sounds on Saturday night, 8-1. Cole Tucker recorded his third career multiple home run game, launching two home runs in the win.
Indians Drop Record-Setting Contest At Nashville
The Sounds beat the Indians by 13 runs on Friday
NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Indianapolis Indians lost by their largest margin of defeat vs. the Nashville Sounds in history on Friday night, 14-1. With the loss, the Sounds now hold a 3-1 lead in the six-game series.
If You Build It, They Will Come: Victory Field’s 1996 Opening Day Was Nothing Short of Magic
After decades at Bush Stadium, Indians baseball ushered in a new era with the opening of Victory Field
If you’re a fan of baseball, especially the kind of small-town, hot summer, true America’s pastime that can only be found amid miles and miles of Midwestern corn fields, you probably recognize this common misinterpretation of a line in a famous 1989 film about a man who hears voices while
Sounds Take Series Lead With 6-3 Win Over Indians
Anthony Alford drove in two runs in the loss
NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Nashville Sounds drove in five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to hand the Indianapolis Indians their second straight loss on Thursday night, 6-3.
Nine Nashville Runs Stun Indians In Wednesday Loss
The Indians scored four runs on two hits in the loss
NASHVILLE, TENN. – The Nashville Sounds paired a two-hit performance by their pitching staff with nine runs on 10 hits to defeat the Indianapolis Indians on Wednesday night, 9-4.
Alford’s Two-RBI Day Leads Indy In Series-Opening Win
Alford homered in the second inning to begin the scoring
NASHVILLE, TENN. – Led by two runs driven in by Anthony Alford, the Indianapolis Indians scored early and often to defeat the Nashville Sounds in the first of a six-game series on Tuesday night, 6-1.
Columbus Clips Indy In Series Finale
The Clippers outhit the Indians, 10-5
INDIANAPOLIS – The Columbus Clippers put up four runs on five consecutive hits in the fifth inning to take a 4-1 win over the Indianapolis Indians in a rain-shortened series finale on Sunday afternoon. The game was called with two outs in the top of the ninth inning after a
Eighth Inning Walks Hand Indy Series Victory
Hunter Owen scored all three Indians runs in the win
INDIANAPOLIS – Three consecutive two-out walks by the Columbus Clippers drove in the winning Indianapolis Indians run in the eighth inning, 3-2, on Saturday to give the Indians the series victory. The Indians are now 9-2 at Victory Field.
Bashlor Named Indians May Player of the Month
Bashlor did not surrender an earned run in eight May appearances
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians today announced relief pitcher Tyler Bashlor as their May Player of the Month after he went the entire month (8g, 9.0ip) without allowing an earned run.
Indians Hot Bats Lead Doubleheader Sweep
The Indians tallied 21 total hits in the sweep vs. Columbus
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians came out of the dugout hot and held their momentum through 14 innings of baseball on Friday night to sweep the Columbus Clippers in their first doubleheader of the season, 10-3 and 5-2.
Colin Moran Homers In Indians Loss To Clippers
Columbus evened the series, 1-1, with the win
INDIANAPOLIS – Colin Moran launched a two-run home run, the first in his MLB rehab assignment, but the Indianapolis Indians fell short of a comeback to the Columbus Clippers on Thursday, 3-2.
Clippers-Indians Postponed Due To Inclement Weather
Game to be made up as a doubleheader on Friday, June 4
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians have announced that their Wednesday afternoon matchup vs. the Columbus Clippers at Victory Field has been postponed due to inclement weather. The contest will be made up as a doubleheader Friday, June 4. First pitch for Game 1 is scheduled for 5:05 PM.
Indians Take Series Opener Over Clippers, 5-3
Bligh Madris drove in Troy Stokes Jr. to seal victory over Columbus
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians broke a 2-2 tie with an RBI single from Bligh Madris in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat the Columbus Clippers and take the series opener on Tuesday, 5-3.
Veteran Infielders Moran and Evans Begin Rehabs At Victory Field
Both infielders will be active for Indy’s homestand vs. Columbus
INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced infielders Colin Moran and Phillip Evans will begin their respective rehab assignments tonight with Indianapolis. They will be the fourth and fifth Pirates players to rehab with the Indians this season, following RHP Chad Kuhl, LHP Austin Davis and INF Ke’Bryan Hayes.
Storm Chasers Complete Series Sweep Over Indians
Kevin Kramer homers in the series finale loss
PAPILLION, NEB. – The Omaha Storm Chasers scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to secure the win and complete the series sweep over the Indianapolis Indians on Sunday, 7-2.
Indians Drop Sixth Straight on Saturday
Hayes homered and Madris hit two doubles in the loss
PAPILLION, NEB. – Ke’Bryan Hayes hit the second home run of his rehab assignment on Saturday night, but the Omaha Storm Chasers hit three long balls of their own to hand the Indianapolis Indians their sixth straight loss, 6-2.
Storm Chasers Shut Out Indians, 3-0
Andrew Susac and Anthony Alford recorded Indy’s only two hits
PAPILLION, NEB. – The Indianapolis Indians lost their fifth consecutive game in shutout fashion against the Omaha Storm Chasers on Friday night, 3-0. With the Indians loss, Omaha has clinched a series win with two games still remaining in the six-game set.
Indians Rally Proved Not Enough In Walk-Off Loss
The Indians scored four runs in the seventh but Omaha took the 6-5 win
PAPILLION, NEB. – The Indianapolis Indians rallied in the seventh inning to tie the game after facing a 5-1 deficit, but the Omaha Storm Chasers sealed the victory with an RBI double off the bat of Kyle Isbel to walk-off the game on Thursday night and take a 3-0 series
Storm Chasers Best Indians In High-Scoring Battle
The Indians had an early 4-0 lead and lost, 10-7
PAPILLION, NEB. – With 13 hits and a key game-winning home run off the bat of Emmanuel Rivera in the seventh inning, the Omaha Storm Chasers handed the Indianapolis Indians their third consecutive loss on Wednesday night, 10-7.
Three Hits, Three Runs Bury Indy In Series Opener
The Indians outhit the Storm Chasers, 7-3, in the loss
PAPILLION, NEB. – Each of the Omaha Storm Chasers three hits drove in runs on Tuesday night as they bested the Indianapolis Indians in the series opener, 3-1. It was the first time the two teams had faced each other since the 1997 season.