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Tribe Come Within Inches Again

Tribe Come Within Inches Again

(Photo: Matt Hague makes an unassisted play at first base.)Wilson settled down after that.  He gave up an infield single to Carrera to begin the 5th, but quickly picked him off first base and he was out on the caught-stealing.  Wilson walked the lead off batter in the 6th, then retired the next three.  He finished his evening with 6 innings of work, 2 runs on 4 hits and 4 walks, with 6 strikeouts.  He threw 91 pitches, with 50 strikes.  He got no decision in his AAA debut.  The Clippers were also had a starter making his AAA debut.  Alex White also struck out 4 Indians' batters in the first two innings, though he allowed a walk (to LF Alex Presley and 1B Matt Hague) in each inning.  White gave up a double to CF Gorkys Hernandez in the 3rd and a singl...

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