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  • Tribe Skid Hits 8

    July 06, 2010 No comments

    It’s been a long and restful holiday weekend for many of us. Unfortunately for the Indianapolis Indians, their bats decided to take a long and restful weekend as well. The Tribe saw their losing streak reach 8 games as the Indians dropped a double header yesterday to the Cincinnati Reds top farm team the Louisville Bats. The Tribe lost game one by the score of 6-0 and dropped the nightcap 1-0. Read more

  • Penn is the Indians’ Player of the Month for June

    July 06, 2010 No comments

    The Indians’ announced that right-handed pitcher Hayden Penn has been named the Indianapolis Indians’ Player of the Month for June. Read more

  • Indians Drop Third Straight To Clippers

    July 03, 2010 No comments

    The Indianapolis Indians returned to Victory Field last night fresh off a two game series with the IL West leading Columbus Clippers where the Tribe lost both games in Columbus. Hoping to return the favor, the Indians hosted the Clippers last night looking to cut in to Columbus’ 4 game lead over Indianapolis in the IL West. Read more

  • Pacers Waste Little Time in Signing Top Pick

    July 03, 2010 No comments

    The Indiana Pacers signed first-round pick Paul George to a two-year guaranteed contract Thursday worth $1.9 million next season and $2 million the following. The Pacers have a team option on the third and fourth years. Indiana signed George exactly one week after drafting him 10th in last week’s NBA draft. George, a 6-9 small forward out of Fresno State, completed his first practice during the rookie/free agent camp Thursday and will be headed to Orlando to compete with the Pacers summer league team that will be playing there next week

  • Hayward Signs With Utah

    July 03, 2010 No comments

    Former Brownsburg and Butler Bulldog standout Gordon Hayward has signed his rookie contract with the Utah Jazz. Hayward was drafted 9th in last week’s NBA draft and signed a contract that is thought to be worth nearly $4.9 million over two seasons, with separate team options for seasons 3 and 4.

  • Indy 500 start time change?

    July 03, 2010 No comments

    Indianapolis Motor Speedway CEO Jeff Belskus announced that the start time for next years Indianapolis 500 will likely change back to its traditional 11:00 AM start from the current 1:00 PM start. The move would allow drivers that wish to compete in both the 500 and NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte the opportunity to do so. Drivers such as Tony Stewart and John Andretti have both attempted the day long fete and it would likely lure a driver such as NASCAR’s Juan Pablo Montoya who was the 2000 Indy 500 winner back to Indy.

    The idea gained momentum when Bruton Smith, CEO of Speedway Motorsports Inc., proposed putting up a $20 million bonus for any driver who could win both races on the same day.

  • Brownsburg’s Christy Headed to University of Florida

    June 30, 2010 No comments

    Last year, the Brownsburg Bulldogs football team had a very successful season culminating in a 2009 Sectional Championship. Brownsburg was helped in no small part by their kicker Kyle Christy . Christy showed an impressive leg place kicking for the Bulldogs last year as he was perfect on the season within 40 yards and boomed several field goals from beyond that range. Read more

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  • Clippers Cruise to 7-3 Win Over Tribe

    June 30, 2010 No comments

    courtesy of Indianapolis Indians news release

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Third baseman Jared Goedert hit a backbreaking three-run home run with two outs in the fourth inning to cap a five-run frame and lead the Columbus Clippers to a 7-3 win over the Indianapolis Indians on Tuesday night at Huntington Park. Read more

  • Clarian changes name to Indiana University Health

    June 30, 2010 No comments

    courtesy of Hendricks County Business Leader

    Clarian announced it will change its name to Indiana University Health effective early 2011. Clarian officials stated: “Indiana University Health will better identify Clarian’s unique brand of nationally recognized health care, reinforce its partnership with Indiana University and the IU School of Medicine, which provides patients with access to innovative research and treatments, and better reflect the breadth of its mission.” Read more

  • Basketball is His Business

    June 30, 2010 No comments

    Butler coach and former Eli Lilly employee Brad Stevens says the similarities between hoops and business are many

    By Mike Beas | Hendricks County Business Leader

    College basketball has spent 119 years categorized as a game first and a business a distant second. Be that as it may, anyone whose livelihood includes a mid-court stripe, two backboards and a soundtrack of squealing high-tops is likely to sing you a somewhat different fight song. Read more

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