Pedro Ciriaco (photo) began the bottom of the 9th with a double -- the second time in the game he had ripped a double down the left field line and into the corner.� Brian Friday followed the double with his 5th triple of the season, a long fly to the warning track in front of the 418' sign in left-center, the deepest part of Victory Field.� Ciriaco scored, and the game was tied, 3-3.� With Friday standing on third base and no outs, the Chiefs elected to intentionally walk both pinch-hitter Mitch Jones, who was batting for Justin Thomas, and top-of-the-order LF Kevin Melillo. Syracuse manager (former Indians' manager) Trent Jewett changed pitchers at that point, replacing right-handed Adam Carr with lefty Atahualpa Severino, since the next 4 Indians' batters were all left-handed hitters.
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