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ESPN reports Colts inform Luck he’s their man…what a shock!

Published on April 19, 2012 by

After Colts GM Ryan Grigson informed everybody at a news conference yesterday that the Colts had made their decision but that everyone would have to wait for April 26th at the NFL Draft to find out what that decision was, ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Indianapolis has informed Luck he will be the number

 
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Locke lives dangerously but Tribe ends skid beating Clippers

Published on April 18, 2012 by

Tribe starting pitcher Jeff Locke kept spectators on the edge of their seats giving up seven hits over six innings on Wednesday afternoon, but struck out eight and repeatedly pitched out of jams on his way to victory, while reliever Doug Slaten slammed the door on a late Columbus rally as the Indianapolis Indians held

 
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New Colts GM Grigson talks a lot to say little about upcoming NFL draft

Published on April 18, 2012 by

Indianapolis Colts GM Ryan Grigson held a press conference this afternoon. The purpose of which was for Grigson to spend the time saying “I know a secret!”. Grigson acknowledged that the Colts have made a decision as to who they will take with the number one pick in next Thursday’s NFL draft. Colts owner Jim

 
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Ice advance to round 2 of USHL playoffs to face defending champs Dubuque

Published on April 18, 2012 by

The second round of the 2012 USHL playoffs will pit the Indiana Ice against the defending Clark Cup Champion Dubuque Fighting Saints.  Games one and two are this Friday (4/20) and Saturday (4/21) at 7:05 p.m. from Pepsi Coliseum. Indy is coming off a first-round playoff bye whileDubuqueeliminated TeamUSAby defeating the squad 2-0 in a

 
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Kluber and Clippers knock off Tribe in series opener

Published on April 18, 2012 by

The Indianapolis Indians offense was stymied by Columbus starter Corey Kluber, who struck out seven over six innings, while the Clippers scored an efficient five runs on eight hits — highlighted by Matt Pagnozzi’s solo home run — as the Tribe fell 5-1 on Tuesday night at Victory Field. After both teams’ starters had thrown

 
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Tonight…LIVE at 7:00 PM EDT! The NFL…schedule? SERIOUSLY?!?

Published on April 17, 2012 by

I love football just as much as the next guy. I’ll keep up with the off-season going-on’s, follow who shows up for OTS’s and who doesn’t, who’s going to hold out and who tries to make a comeback. All relevant stuff in regards to the game itself. But tonight the NFL Network is going to

 
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Mud Hens blast four homers to split series with Indians

Published on April 17, 2012 by

Designated hitter Brad Eldred, left fielder Jerad Head, shortstop Danny Worth and first baseman Ryan Strieby all belted home runs while three Mud Hens hurlers held the Indians to just two hits to help Toledo gain a 2-2 series split with a 9-1 win over Indianapolis on Monday night at Victory Field. Toledo dominated all

 
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Tribe loses out on double-header sweep over Mud Hens

Published on April 15, 2012 by

The Indianapolis Indians and Toledo Mud Hens split a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon  at Victory Field with the Tribe taking game one, 9-2, behind the first three Triple-A RBI of first baseman Jeremy Farrell’s career before the Hens bounced back to take game two, 4-3, with some extra-inning magic and a controversial home run from

 
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Luck or RGIII? Is there really even a debate?

Published on April 15, 2012 by

Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III? The NFL draft is less than two weeks away and the buzz around the league is the possibility that Griffin might be the better choice as the number one pick in the draft for the Indianapolis Colts. Griffin is undoubtedly the superior athlete of the two with some fans

 
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Tribe wins home opener in walk-off fashion in front of record crowd

Published on April 14, 2012 by

In front of a Victory Field home opener record crowd of 14,073, the Indianapolis Indians earned a 3-2 walk-off win over the Toledo Mud Hens when designated hitter Nick Evans singled home left fielder Gorkys Hernandez with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. The contest began with both teams exchanging single scores in

 
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