Bulls Stampede Lincoln, But Burres Gets Revenge

Bulls Stampede Lincoln, But Burres Gets Revenge

Meanwhile, the Indians were putting runners on base against Durham starter Richard De Los Santos, but not getting them pushed around to score.� Ryan Doumit walked in the 1st inning, but was picked off base.� RF Mitch Jones singled in the 2nd, but was out when he tried to stretch it into a double.� Brian Friday, Alex Presley, and Jones all singled and Pedro Ciriaco doubled over the next three innings, but all were left standing on base.
The Tribe finally got to De Los Santos in the 6th.� C Luke Carlin (photo),� who had taken over behind the plate for Ryan Doumit, began the inning with a ball smacked into the right center field alley, and his aggressive base running let him stretch the hit into a double.� Alex Presley walked on 4 pitches.� DH Brandon Moss flied out to center field, but it...

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