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Broadcaster Howard Kellman has become a fixture on Indy's baseball scene. (Indianapolis Indians)

June 11, 2010

Kellman a treasure in Indy's booth

Howard Kellman, who broadcast his 5,000th game with the Indianapolis Indians on June 4, has entertained and informed area fans for 35 years. He's seen his team switch leagues, affiliations and facilities (from dilapidated Bush Stadium to state-of-the-art Victory Field). More >

Cracked Bats

Drive ends in Greenville

Ben Hill visits the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum and takes you behind the scenes at Fluor Field, home of the Class A Greenville Drive. More >


Saccommanno socks trio

Mark Saccommano slugged three homers on Friday, and Matt LaPorta did likewise on Wednesday.

 
Cycle season out West


Portland's Mike Baxter cycled on Tuesday, as did Freddy Parejo, followed by fellow JetHawk Brandon Barnes on Wednesday.

 
Big-inning bonanza


Carlos Peguero drove in four of West Tenn's 11 fifth-inning runs on Sunday; on Monday, Rochester plated 10 in the first.

 

What's On Deck

Lake Elsinore @ Lancaster
Friday to Sunday, June 11-13
It seems to be cycle season in Lancaster. Will Lake Elsinore's strong pitching, including Nick Schmidt and Anthony Bass, weather the storm?

Columbus @ Pawtucket
Thursday, June 17, 7:05 p.m. ET
Provided Matt LaPorta hasn't slugged his way back to Cleveland before Thursday, he should face Felix Doubront and his 1.08 PawSox ERA.

Trenton @ Binghamton
Friday, June 18, 7:05 p.m. ET
Topps EL Player of the Month Brandon Laird will step in against rehabbing John Maine when the Mets and Yankees affiliates play ball on Friday.





Akron Aeros

The Eastern League's Akron Aeros cruised into Friday with a 10-game winning streak, giving fans of parent-club Cleveland hope for a brighter future. Lonnie Chisenhall (pictured) hit .333 with 4 homers and 12 RBIs over the stretch, and 2009 second-rounder Jason Kipnis makes his Double-A debut with Akron this weekend. (Photo: Kevin Pataky/MiLB.com)

Minor League Statistical Leaders

Hitting Leaders

Average
John LindseyALB.405
Jesus FelicianoBUF.385
Brandon BeltSJ.380
Nate TenbrinkWTN.375
Runs
Drew CumberlandLE57
J.D. MartinezLEX57
Kyle SeagerHD52
Mike TroutCR50
RBIs
Mike HessmanBUF57
Kody HinzeLEX57
Brandon LairdTRN55
Rich PoythressHD54

Pitching Leaders

Saves
Brad BrachLE21
Cory BurnsKIN19
J. AlbaladejoSWB18
Joel PeraltaSYR17
Wins
Pat CorbinRC9
Arodys VizcainoMB9
Blake BeavanFRI8
Jeremy HellicksonDUR8
Strikeouts
Charlie FurbushLAK104
Mike MinorMIS93
Brandon MooreCR88