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Fryer’s Clutch Hitting Gives Indians A Walk-Off Win

Fryer’s Clutch Hitting Gives Indians A Walk-Off Win

Indianapolis Indians 3,  Columbus Clippers  2

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Eric Fryer had the walk-off hit for the Indians' win.

 

 

With two outs and two runners in scoring position in the bottom of the 9th, and the Indians trailing the Clippers 2-1, C Eric Fryer came through with a line drive into the right-center field alley, to give the Indians the walk-off win at Victory Field tonight.  Fryer was facing Columbus pitcher Nick Hagadone, who he had also faced during their time at the AA level, so he had some idea of what to expect from the lefty reliever.  "He throws the ball pretty hard," said Fryer, describing the at-bat in an interview after the game.  "I just wanted to put a good swing on a fastball, and that's what I was sitting on, and that's what I got.  I was looking away the whole time, and I was figuring that was where he was going to attack me, and sure enough, he did."

 

Former Indian and Pirate Joe Martinez allowed only one hit over the first 7 innings...

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