Toledo Bests Indians on Saturday Night, 12-2
The Mud Hens racked up 12 hits in the contest
INDIANAPOLIS – Canaan Smith-Njigba and Ji-Hwan Bae each extended their respective on-base streaks, but the Toledo Mud Hens offense exploded for double-digit runs in a 12-2 win over the Indianapolis Indians on Saturday night at Victory Field.
Indians Launched to Victory Over Mud Hens
The Indians hit three home runs on Friday night, their most in a single game this season
INDIANAPOLIS – A leadoff home run by Ji-Hwan Bae on the first pitch of the game gave the Indianapolis Indians an early lead they would not relinquish against the Toledo Mud Hens on Friday night, 5-2.
Indians Split Doubleheader with Mud Hens
Ji-Hwan Bae hit a tiebreaking, pinch-hit, three-run triple in the sixth inning of Game 2
INDIANAPOLIS – With the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the sixth inning, pinch hitter Ji- Hwan Bae smacked a three-run triple to secure a Game 2 victory for the Indianapolis Indians on Thursday afternoon, 8-4. The Toledo Mud Hens never trailed in the first game of
Eighteen Indians Games to Air on WTTV.2 “The Dot”
First Indians broadcast on The Dot scheduled for Tuesday, June 7
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians today announced a broadcast agreement with Nexstar Media Inc., with 18 home games from early June into late August scheduled to air on WTTV.2 The Dot. The first broadcast on The Dot is set for Tuesday, June 7, when the Indians open a six-game homestand
Indians and Mud Hens Postponed on Wednesday Afternoon
Indy and Toledo will play a doubleheader on Thursday, May 19
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians have announced that Wednesday afternoon’s contest against the Toledo Mud Hens at Victory Field has been postponed due to inclement weather. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Thursday, May 19. Gates will open at 10:00 AM ET with Game
Indians Pitching Silences Toledo
Cal Mitchell and Carter Bins combined to drive in five of Indy’s seven runs
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians pitching staffed combined for 12 strikeouts and a two-hit shutout of the Toledo Mud Hens to begin a six-game homestand on Tuesday night, 7-0.
Hello, Newman! Former Indians MVP Returns to Indy on Rehab
The Pirates shortstop has been on the injured list since April 27
INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced that Indianapolis’ 2018 Most Valuable Player, Kevin Newman, will begin a major league rehab assignment tonight at Victory Field. He will be the fifth major league rehabber to appear with the Indians this season, following outfielder Anthony Alford and pitchers Sam Howard, Max
Breakout Offensive Performances Lead Indians Past Knights
Oneil Cruz had a career-high five RBI in the win
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Oneil Cruz led the Indianapolis Indians offense with a home run and career-high five RBI, and Jason Delay tallied a career-high tying four knocks among Indy’s 15-hit attack in an 11-5 comeback victory over the Charlotte Knights on Sunday afternoon.
Indians Drop Saturday Night Contest in Charlotte, 12-2
Charlotte collected 17 hits in the win
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Indianapolis Indians were held to just two hits as the Charlotte Knights slugged their way to a victory in the fifth game of the six-game set on Saturday night, 12-2.
Mitchell’s Two-Home Run Night Lifts Indians Over Knights in Extras, 7-5
The Indians plated runs in each of the first three innings before prevailing late
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Indianapolis Indians built a 5-0 lead through the first three innings before defeating the Charlotte Knights in 10 innings on Friday night, 7-5, thanks to a pair of two-run homers by Cal Mitchell. The win evens the series with the Knights and brings the Indians back
FLASH SALE: $4 Off Indians Tickets for May 17-22 Games
Upcoming homestand features Bark in the Park, Baseball in Education, Prospects Weekend and more
INDIANAPOLIS – Starting today at 10 AM ET and continuing until 11:59 PM ET tonight, the Indianapolis Indians are running a flash sale of $4 off regular price for all Box, Reserved and Lawn tickets for the upcoming May 17-22 homestand against the Toledo Mud Hens, Triple-A affiliate of the
Knights Hold Off Indians’ Late Surge
Bligh Madris hit his first home run of the season in the loss
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Bligh Madris launched his first home run of the season with two outs in the ninth inning, but back-to-back two-run frames weren’t enough to overcome an eight-run deficit as the Indianapolis Indians fell to the Charlotte Knights on Thursday night, 8-4.
From Las Vegas to Australia: How Bligh Madris’ Individualized Approach Shapes His Game
Madris’ mindset in the cage has translated to success on the field
Bligh Madris’ journey to the highest ranks of minor league baseball – and beyond, perhaps, coming off a campaign of late-season success in Triple-A and his first career non-roster invite to major league spring training – began with a conversation.
Indians’ Four-Run Sixth Inning Not Enough in 5-4 Loss to Knights
Carter Bins notched a solo home run in his Triple-A debut
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – A four-run sixth inning highlighted by four extra-base hits – one of which was a leadoff home run from catcher Carter Bins in his Triple-A debut – was not enough as the Indianapolis Indians fell to the Charlotte Knights on Wednesday night, 5-4.
Southpaw Cam Alldred Has Contract Selected by Pittsburgh
Alldred was working a team-high 12.1-inning scoreless streak prior to being selected
INDIANAPOLIS – The Pittsburgh Pirates announced today that they have selected the contract of left-handed pitcher Cam Alldred. He will become the second Indianapolis Indian from the 2022 squad to make his major league debut this season, following right-hander Beau Sulser.
Count 'Em: Indians Launch Two Grand Slams in 15-3 Rout
Rodolfo Castro and Jared Oliva each recorded their second career grand slams
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Rodolfo Castro and Jared Oliva each launched grand slams – setting a new Victory Field era single-game record – as the Indianapolis Indians dominated with 16 total hits in a statement win over the Charlotte Knights on Tuesday night, 15-3.
Fireworks, Card Set Giveaway and Jersey Auction Highlight May 17-22 Homestand
Bark in the Park and Baseball in Education precede Prospects Weekend
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians return to Victory Field next Tuesday, May 17 to begin a six-game series against the Toledo Mud Hens, Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. Bark in the Park (May 17), Baseball in Education (May 19) and Prospects Weekend (May 20-21) highlight Indy’s fourth homestand of
Indians Drop Series Finale to Bats, 5-1
Yajure fanned five batters in 2.0 innings
INDIANAPOLIS – A two-run home run in the fourth inning off the bat of Aristides Aquino gave the Louisville Bats a lead they would not relinquish and handed the Indianapolis Indians their fourth loss of the five-game set on Sunday afternoon, 5-1.
Cruz Ties Career High with Four RBI as Indians Snap Three-Game Slide
Indy dropped Thursday’s suspended game 7-5 in 10 innings before winning the nightcap, 8-2
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis tallied 14 hits and Oneil Cruz launched his second home run of the season en route to a career-high tying four RBI as the Indians earned an 8-2 win over the Louisville Bats on Saturday night. The victory snapped Indy’s three-game losing streak.
Mason Martin Named Indians April Player of the Month
The hard-hitting lefty recorded 16 extra-base hits in April
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians today announced first baseman Mason Martin as their April Player of the Month after he ranked third in all of professional baseball with 16 extra-base hits, the most by an Indians batter in the opening month of a season dating back to 2005.
Underwood Jr. Set to Rehab with Indianapolis
The right-hander spent the 2021 season with Pittsburgh
INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Pittsburgh Pirates announced that right-handed pitcher Duane Underwood Jr.’s rehab assignment has been transferred from Single-A Bradenton to Indianapolis. He will be the fourth major league rehabber to appear with the Indians this season, following outfielder Anthony Alford and pitchers Sam Howard and Max Kranick.
Indians and Bats Postponed Due To Inclement Weather
The teams will complete Thursday’s suspended game prior to Saturday’s scheduled 6:35 PM ET contest
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians have announced that both the resumption of Thursday’s suspended game and Friday night’s originally scheduled contest against the Louisville Bats at Victory Field have been postponed due to inclement weather.
Indians and Bats Suspended in Ninth
The game will resume at 5:30 PM ET on Friday
INDIANAPOLIS – After a back-and-forth contest in the third game of a six-game series between the Indianapolis Indians and Louisville Bats, Thursday afternoon’s affair was suspended in the middle of the ninth inning tied 5-5. The game will resume play at 5:30 PM ET on Friday evening, with the regularly
Defensive Miscues Lead to Series-Opening Loss
Indy had just five hits and committed three errors defensively
INDIANAPOLIS – A pair of defensive errors by Indianapolis in the sixth inning led to two unearned runs that gave the Louisville Bats a 4-2 lead and eventual 6-3 win over the Indians on Tuesday night.