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Presley And Lincoln And The Pink Shoes Lead The Tribe To A Win

Presley And Lincoln And The Pink Shoes Lead The Tribe To A Win

The Tides loaded the bases against Lincoln in the 4th, with a single by Hughes, former Indy indian LF Nick Green being hit by a pitch, and a walk by Hernandez.  A sacrifice fly by CF Matt Angle brought in Hughes, but a grounder force out ended the inning, and Lincoln escaped with only one run scored.  Alex Presley picked up his third hit of the game in the next inning, and got that run right back for Lincoln.  He lined a single into center field, then stole second base (his 8th of the season) and moved on to third base on a balk.  Hague was hit on the foot with a pitch, putting runners on the corners.  Bowker slipped a single through the right side of the infield, driving in Presley.  Jaramillo tipped a grounder off the glove of 3B Bell and into left field, gi...

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