Wilson's 7th inning began with a ground out to second base. The second batter, Canzler, also grounded to second, but Ciriaco's throw to first base was wide to the infield side and it pulled Hague off the bag. Hague tried to make the swipe tag but missed, and Canzler was on, with the error charged to Ciriaco. Furmaniak was up next, andhe lined into center field, moving Canzler to second. Again the infield came through, with a double play (d'Arnaud to Ciriaco to Hague, 6-4-3) to get Wilson out of the inning even though he'd allowed the one hit. Wilson finished having thrown 98 pitches (59 strikes). The Indians were busy making up for a lot of scoreless innings over the past two days. They posted a total of 14 hits on their way to 9 runs (5 earned). &...
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Nancy grew up in Rochester, NY, where her father indoctrinated her to the love of baseball as a small child. He taught her to keep score at the age of 5, and she hasn't stopped since. She now lives in the Indianapolis area with her husband and two sons. Nancy has followed the Indians on both the Most Valuable Network and the Bloguin group, before joining Pirates Prospects in 2011. She provides daily game recaps from Indianapolis, plus player analysis from the guys she sees live at the games.