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May 23, 2009   (0 comments)
Clippers top Herd 10-4
The Clippers jumped on the Bisons early and often Friday night at Coca-Cola Field on their way to a 10-4 victory over the Herd. Columbus scored single runs in each of the first three innings before platting six more runs in the fourth, highlighted by a three-run home run by Chris Gimenez, to put the game out of reach early.
In building their lead, the Clippers...
May 22, 2009   (0 comments)
ouble-A Akron right-hander Josh Judy has been placed on the disabled list today with a right forearm strain
May 22, 2009   (0 comments)
Minor Happenings: Gomez Is Absolutely Perfect
"Minor Happenings" covers the important developments and news in the Indians farm system. While most of the information in this report is from my own research and through interviews I have conducted with organizational personnel, some information in this report is collected and summarized from the various news outlets that cover each team.
After a one week hiatus because of a trip to Miami last...
May 22, 2009   (0 comments)
Clippers win over former town
The Clippers started off strong, stringing five hits together in the first inning to plate four runs. Trevor Crowe began the threat with a double to left. Major league rehabber Travis Hafner then singled to left to score Crowe. That hit was followed by another single to left from Chris Gimenez. Jordan Brown then doubled to plate a run with Andy Marte singling for...
May 21, 2009   (0 comments)
Sorry for the late notice.....we'll talk about all the latest news, rumors and topics. Also Frank Herrmann will be joing the show around 10pm!
Call in number is 646-716-8012!
May 21, 2009   (0 comments)
Jeanmar Gomez delivered the first perfect game in Aeros franchise history as they defeated the Trenton Thunder by the final score of 3-0 in front of 6,344 fans at Waterfront Park on Wednesday. Gomez retired all 27 Thunder batters he faced on the day, finishing off the very first individual no-hitter in franchise history in perfect fashion. Akron takes the three-game series from Trenton (17-20) with...
May 21, 2009   (0 comments)
INF Cristo Arnal has been moved up to Double-A Akron today, and OF Mickey Hall has been moved up to Triple-A Columbus. OF George Lombard has been placed on the Columbus disabled list. While not official, INF Matt Willard should replace Arnal on the Kinston roster.
Also, RHP Masa Kobayashi is officially with Columbus, and to make room for him RHP Blaine Neal was put on the reserve list (Mahoning...
May 21, 2009   (0 comments)
Some roster moves in the past 24-48 hours:
- 1B/C Nate Recknagel has beem promoted to Kinston, and OF John Allman has been reassigned to Lake County.
- 3B Jeremie Tice has been activated from the Lake County disabled list, and INF Matt Willard has been placed on the reserve list (Mahoning Valley).
May 21, 2009   (0 comments)
The Columbus Clippers had the day off.
Aeros fall
The Aeros had a chance to strike first immediately as Jose Constanza opened the game with a single and went to second on a wild pitch. Beau Mills then drew a walk two batters later and a groundout advanced both men to scoring position, but Jared Goedert struck out to end the inning.
Trenton opened the scoring in the bottom of the...
May 20, 2009   (0 comments)
Saarloos Shines In Scranton
The Clippers (20-20) closed out a series win with a 4-1 victory over Scranton Wilkes-Barre. Columbus has fought back to the .500 mark for the first time since April 16th with nine wins in the last eleven games.
The Clippers started the scoring early, tallying two runs in the first inning on RBI singles by Jordan Brown and Josh Barfield. The Yankees got a...
May 19, 2009   (0 comments)
It was a short experiment - two appearances - but the Indians have decided to move RHP Hector Rondon back to the rotation. This was news actually reported elsewhere (I believe the Plain Dealer) over the weekend, but I was out of town and did not report it. But, I had some questions if in fact this report was true and just wanted to make note of it. He is scheduled to start tomorrow's game for Akron....
May 19, 2009   (0 comments)
Ok, it is the wee hours of May the 19th and once again I find myself not being able to fall asleep before 2:30am. We had an off day so I cannot blame the game for my insomnia only the nap I took at 9pm.
In any event as like my last post the Akron Aeros are still in first place riding high off of a good start to our roadie by going 4-1 in Altoona. But sadly we lost a great teammate and person...
May 19, 2009   (0 comments)
Here we are, back again for another round of Diamonds in Single A. This week’s article will focus on a bat, Kinston outfielder Matt Brown. From this point on I will try and go back and forth from pitcher to hitter every week, and once June arrives I will also show this year’s stats. I hated to use this year’s stats when we were just a month in, but after two months the sample size is much stronger.
May 19, 2009   (0 comments)
Akron had a scheduled off day on Monday.
Clippers move into first place with win
It took more than nine innings, but was worth the wait for the Clippers as they vault into first place on the strength of a 5-4, 11-inning win over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
Early on, Columbus saw a steady diet of breaking balls from Yankees starter Casey Fossum. Though the Clippers had...
May 18, 2009   (0 comments)
Aeros left fielder Nick Weglarz was named Eastern League Player of the Week today for the week ending May 17th. He became the first Akron player this season to win a weekly honor, as the Aeros are off to their best start in franchise history and own the best record in professional baseball at 27-8.
Weglarz hit .458 (11-24) last week with three doubles, a home run, six runs scored and was tied...
May 18, 2009   (0 comments)
Tomlin Enjoying Move To Rotation
When it comes to versatility as a pitcher, Double-A Akron right-hander Josh Tomlin is the epitome of versatility.
Tomlin, 24, is one of the Indians better pitching prospects often overlooked by fans mostly because he doesn
May 18, 2009   (0 comments)
Clippers split double header
In game one, the Clippers were shut out, having just four hits, while starter Jack Cassel (2-4 7.04) went the distance allowing four hits, three earned runs, and walking two, while striking out three. His downfall was giving up two long balls on the day.
In game two, the Clippers struck early when Andy Marte doubled in the first to score Trevor Crowe.
May 17, 2009   (0 comments)
RHP Masa Kobayashi has accepted his assignment down to Columbus. In turn, LHP David Huff was added to the 25-man roster. He will make the start against Tampa this afternoon.
Also, LHP Tony Sipp was outrighted to Columbus. In turn, RHP Greg Aquino has been added to the 25-man roster.
To make room for Aquino on the 40-man roster, Scott Lewis has been transferred from the 15-day DL to...
May 17, 2009   (0 comments)
Today, the Indians traded RHP Randy Newsom to the Pittsburgh Pirates. No word on what compensation the Indians will receive in return, if anything. Pittsburgh's Double-A affiliate Altoona is playing Akron today, so it will be an easy transition for Newsom as he will flip sides and be in the Altoona dugout today. More details later.
May 17, 2009   (0 comments)
The Columbus Clippers game was rained out on Saturday.
Aeros fall in first game, second game washed out
The Aeros fell to Altoona 8-0 in game one of a doubleheader Saturday night at Blair County Ballpark, with game two rained out. The postponed contest will be made up as part of a twin-bill Sunday afternoon starting at 2:05 p.m., which is an hour earlier that originally scheduled.