Found June 27, 2012 on Burning River Baseball:
Player of the Game Jason Kipnis and Shelley Duncan battled for today's Player of the Game, but it was Kipnis who squeaked by for the win. Jason Kipnis had 2 singles and an RBI to give him a score of 1.70. Duncan's doubled and had an RBI, giving him a score of 1.68. Kipnis has now won a team-high 9 PoGs this season. Feathers Up The Indians took an early 1-0 lead when Carlos Santana reached on a throwing error by Alex Rodriguez. He came around to score on a Shelley Duncan double. Joe Smith pitched a strong inning out of the bullpen, facing the minimum 3 batters and striking out 2 of them. The Indians are leaving New York. Feathers Down Tribe batters struck out 12 times today and only walked 3 times. The first 4 batters in the line up (Michael Brantley, Asdrubal Cabrera, Jason Kipnis, and Jose Lopez) accounted for 8 of the team's strike outs, with Lopez leading the team with 3. The Indians hit better today than they have in recent games, but they are still not ...
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