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Jacoby Ellsbury has RBI, steal in win over Tigers

Jacoby Ellsbury has RBI, steal in win over Tigers

NDNSports BRIEF: Jacoby Ellsbury had a nice night at the plate on Tuesday in a rain-shortened 4-1 victory over the Tigers, going 1-for-2 with a walk, an RBI and a stolen base. Ellsbury drew a critical bases-loaded walk off Justin Verlander as the rain was pouring down in the fourth inning, giving the Red Sox a 2-1 lead at the …

by admin on August 1st, 2012 Leave a comment »

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Will Be Host Site For World Baseball Classic

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Will Be Host Site For World Baseball Classic

Major League Baseball announced today that Salt River Fields at Talking Stick will be hosting the first two rounds of the 2013 World Baseball Classic, as well as Chase Field in downtown Phoenix.  The Salt River Fields is the first MLB park built on Native American  land that is owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community . The facility was completed in …

by admin on July 25th, 2012 Leave a comment »

D-backs to host 14th annual Inter-Tribal Youth Baseball & Softball Tournament

D-backs to host 14th annual Inter-Tribal Youth Baseball & Softball Tournament

Teams to participate in pregame ceremony at D-backs game on July 21 for Native American Recognition Day   PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks will host their 14th annual Inter-Tribal Youth Baseball & Softball Tournament July 18-21 with games played throughout the Salt River Reservation and Tempe. Teams will be recognized at the D-backs’ game this Saturday, July 21 during a pregame …

by admin on July 18th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Native American MLB Players; All-Star Break Update

Native American MLB Players; All-Star Break Update

Although mathmatically not the actual mid-way point of the 2012 Major League Baseball season in theory it is supposed to be this week and not what you would call a break (3 days off) is not really anything to hit the summer vacation spots either,  but none the less here we are at the midway point of the baseball season …

by admin on July 9th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Cardinals go with Lohse in opener with Astros

Cardinals go with Lohse in opener with Astros

Kyle Lohse (Nomlaki Tribe) goes after his fifth win of the season this evening when the St. Louis Cardinals open a three-game series with the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Lohse, who led the defending world champion Cardinals in wins last season, is off to another terrific start, winning his first four decisions, while pitching to a stingy 1.62 …

by admin on May 4th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Cardinals Pitcher Kyle Lohse improves to 4-0 on season

Cardinals Pitcher Kyle Lohse improves to 4-0 on season

Kyle Lohse (Nomlaki Tribe)  improved to 4-0 on the season by allowing three runs over six innings in a win over the Brewers on Saturday. Lohse is now tied with teammate Lance Lynn for the National League lead in wins. He clearly wasn’t at his best, though, allowing six hits (including two homers) and four walks. Lohse will finish April with …

by admin on April 28th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Catching up with Native American Athletes in Major League Baseball

Catching up with Native American Athletes in Major League Baseball

ndnsports staff reports It’s been an interesting start to the MLB season for three of Indian countries Native American baseball players, a start that has seen the highest of highs and the lowest of the lows. What looked to be a promising season for Joba Chamberlain and Jacoby Ellsbury took a turn for the worse, while an unexpected hot start …

by admin on April 23rd, 2012 Leave a comment »

Joba Chamberlain works out

Joba Chamberlain works out

TAMPA, Fla. — New York Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain (Winnebago Tribe) expects to be out of a walking boot for an injured ankle in about two weeks. Chamberlain dislocated his right ankle bouncing on a trampoline with his son on March 22. The right-hander has resumed working out at the Yankees’ minor league complex, where he played catch in the …

by admin on April 22nd, 2012 Leave a comment »

Lohse leads Cards to win in opener at Miami, 4-1

Lohse leads Cards to win in opener at Miami, 4-1

By Steven Wine, AP Sports Writer MIAMI—Kyle Lohse  (Nomlaki Tribe) saw all the zeros on the scoreboard. St. Louis teammate David Freese was counting the outs to go. And in the seventh inning, the Miami Marlins knew they still didn’t have a hit in their new ballpark. Lohse finally gave up a single to start the seventh, but he combined with …

by admin on April 4th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Opening Day for Native American Baseball Players – 2012

Opening Day for Native American Baseball Players – 2012

Opening day for Major League Baseball 2012 season begins this week and with it we will have some Native American athletes representing Indian Country through out the season. Below are the profiles of three of the MLB players representing Indian Country and  this season we will be following Jacoby Ellsbury, Kyle Lohse, and upon return from injury Joba Chamberlain.  

by admin on April 3rd, 2012 Leave a comment »

Ellsbury ready for 2012

Ellsbury ready for 2012

Sox In Site presented by Hyundai: 2011 MVP runner-up Jacoby Ellsbury is ready for 2012 season

by admin on February 29th, 2012 Leave a comment »

10Q/10D: Can Ellsbury replicate 2011?

10Q/10D: Can Ellsbury replicate 2011?

BOSTON — Before Jacoby Ellsbury becomes offended at the suggestion that he won’t duplicate his breakout 2011 season, let’s first clarify what we’re talking about. Ellsbury had 200 or more hits, knocked in 100 or more runs, scored 100 or more runs, hit 30 or more home runs, and stole 30 or more bases last season. Until 1963, no one had ever …

by admin on February 21st, 2012 Leave a comment »