Start to the Indians-Clippers series is anything but typical

On Thursday night, the Indianapolis Indians hosted the Columbus Clippers for the first two games of what will eventually be 10 straight games played against each other. The first six games will occur in Indianapolis – a four day series featuring two doubleheaders (Thursday and Saturday) to make up games missed due to inclement weather, otherwise known as snow, in April.

Indians win 4-2 over Lehigh Valley

Since losing the first two games of the home stand to the Louisville Bats, the Indianapolis Indians have shown up and taken the first three of four games against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. This time, they did so with some late in the game scoring. The Tribe’s four runs were split across three innings, starting with the sixth.

Trapshooting is emerging sport in Minnesota

There is a new emerging sport on the horizon in Minnesota.

For the 2014 season, 6,100 student-athletes representing 185 schools will be participating in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League (MSHSCTL) in competitive trapshooting.

Trapshooting has grown immensely in Minnesota – in 2008 there were only 30 participants from three schools.

Do-or-die for Tigers

Milestone season leads to playoffs

It’s been five years since the Detroit Tigers made the postseason. It’s been 24 years since the Tigers have won a Division Championship. It’s been 77 years since the Tigers have had a 12-game winning streak.

The 2011 season has included all of these milestones, and it’s exciting for the fans who have been following the team. (more…)