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Day after Tribe no-hits Durham, Bulls almost return the favor

Published on May 1, 2012 by

Just one day after being no-hit by three Tribe hurlers, Durham held the Indianapolis Indians to just two hits, led by starter Matt Torra who began the game with seven straight hitless frames before surrendering a lead-off single to Tribe shortstop Jordy Mercer in the top of the eighth as the Bulls went on to

 
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Butler DE Hunter signs with Bengals

Published on May 1, 2012 by

Senior Grant Hunter, who led Butler in quarterback sacks for four straight seasons, has signed a free agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals.  The Butler defensive standout will report to the Bengals on May 10 to begin rookie camp on May 11. Hunter (6-3, 245), Butler’s Defensive Lineman of the Year last fall, finished second

 
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Wilson, Diaz and Slaten combine to no-hit Durham

Published on April 29, 2012 by

Indianapolis starter Justin Wilson tossed 7.1 innings of no-hit baseball at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Sunday evening before making way for relievers Jose Diaz and Doug Slaten, who finished off the historic ballgame as the Indians no-hit the Durham Bulls 2-0 for the Tribe’s fifth-straight win. Two Bulls reached base in the game, CF

 
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Grigson gets it

Published on April 29, 2012 by

Indy sports fans can be a nostalgic group. Preferring to live and dream in the past instead of realizing that the future looks bleak without major changes. When Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announced in early January that he was relieving then GM Bill Polian of his duties (for some reason, we use these terms

 
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Owens shuts down Bulls for Tribe’s 4th straight win

Published on April 29, 2012 by

The Indianapolis Indians rode an outstanding outing from LHP Rudy Owens to beat the Durham Bulls on Saturday evening at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in a low-scoring affair that was highlighted by Tribe RF Brandon Boggs’ triple that provided all of the offense Owens and company would need. Owens (7.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R,

 
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Bulls can’t keep Marte off the basepaths as Tribe rolls

Published on April 28, 2012 by

The Indianapolis Indians offense erupted for a season-high 13 runs on 18 hits highlighted by center fielder Starling Marte reaching base five times as well as four-hit performances from third baseman Matt Hague and first baseman Nick Evans as the Tribe went on to blow away the Durham Bulls 13-2 on Friday night at Durham

 
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NHRA Spring Festival of Speed races off the starting line beginning today

Published on April 27, 2012 by

For all you Drag Racing fans, today’s the first day of the NHRA Spring Spectacle of Speed featuring the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series.  Top Alchohol Dragsters & Funny Cars, Comp, Super Comp, Top Dragsters, Top Sportsman, Super Stock, Stock, Super Gas and Super Street….what more do you want!! We’re going to have a fully

 
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Ice advance to Conference Finals with sweep of defending champs

Published on April 26, 2012 by

The Indiana Ice guaranteed a new sheriff in town as they swept the reigning Clark Cup Champion Dubuque Fighting Saints 3-0 Wednesday night with a 3-1 win at the Mystique Community Ice Center. Sean Kuraly logged a goal and an assist in the contest while Jake Fallon and Robbie Baillargeon met twine for Indy. Goaltender Jon

 
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Indians beat Bats as Fox drives in three

Published on April 26, 2012 by

In his first start of the season, Indiana native and Cathedral High School graduate Jake Fox used two doubles to drive in three of the Tribe’s five runs, while five Indianapolis pitchers combined to hold the Louisville Bats offense to a lone run in  a 5-1 victory on Wednesday afternoon at Victory Field. Despite eventually

 
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Locke pitches 6 strong innings to knock off Bats

Published on April 25, 2012 by

Tribe starting pitcher Jeff Locke struck out six over six innings of one-run ball while third baseman Matt Hague and first baseman Nick Evans combined for five RBI, highlighted by a two-run home run by Evans, as the Indianapolis Indians took down the Louisville Bats 5-3 on Tuesday night at Victory Field. Locke (6.0 IP,

 
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