Indy Indians June 6, 2010 Photo Gallery

Indianapolis Indians-vs-Columbus Clippers June, 6, 2010, 2:00 P.M. Start at Victory Field

The Indianapolis Indians have one of the best grounds crew in the International League. They spend countless hours keeping Victory Field as the premiere Minor League stadium in the country.

Victory Field and the downtown Indianapolis skyline. A beautiful day for a ball game.

The new video board in left field welcomes all Circle City residents to The Vic.

Indianapolis Indians starting pitcher Hayden Penn warms up in the Tribe’s bullpen before the start of Sunday’s game.

The new JW Marriott is one of the newest Indianapolis hotels and will open its doors in January of 2011. The bottom to top blue paneled building is a great addition to the Indianapolis skyline and offers a premium view for all Indianapolis Indians home games.

Indy Indians third basemen Pedro Alvarez pregame.

Alvarez is joined by Saturday’s hero Brandon Jones who went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run and an RBI double.

A view of right field and the Victory Field scoreboard from home plate.

The Indianapolis Indians mascot Rowdie pumps up the crowd before the game.

Indianapolis Indians manager Frank Kremblas swaps lineup cards with Columbus Clippers skipper Mike Sarbaugh at home plate.

White doves were released after the National Anthem to recognized Cancer Survivor Day.

More doves.

Indians starting pitcher Hayden Penn delivers the first pitch of the game.

Sunday’s star was Brian Bixler of the Columbus Clippers. Bixler went 2-for-4 with 4 RBI against his former squad. Bixler played for the Indianapolis Indians from 2006-2009. Here he is getting is first hit, a double to right field that scored two.

Indianapolis Indians left fielder Jose Tabata (removing his hat) and shortstop Argenis Diaz head in to the dugout after the third out in the fourth inning.

The Indianapolis Indians try and regroup in the dugout.

Indianapolis Indians Jose Tabata letting you know all is well.

Indians catcher Luke Carlin swings and misses a ball at the knees.

Indians starting pitcher Hayden Penn looks on hoping his team can score some runs.

Columbus Clippers side-arm pitcher Joe Smith surrendered the only Indianapolis Indians run in the bottom of the eight inning.

The Indianapolis Indians just could not solve the Clippers starting pitcher Yohan Pino on Sunday afternoon and lost 5-1.