It was a scoreless game for the first 5 innings.  Syracuse starter Ross Detwiler was scheduled to pitch only 2 innings.  He breezed through those, retiring the Indians in order in the 1st, then allowing only a walk to Hague in the 2nd.  Hague was forced out at second base moments later.  When Detwiler was finished with his innings, Brad Meyers piggy-backed with him, and went on to pitch 6 innings.  The Tribe's first hits came in the 4th -- back-to-back one-out singles by LF John Bowker and Hague.   The inning ended when Hague was again forced out at second base on a grounder by RF Miles Durham.  Watts picked up the Indians' third hit of the game with a double into right field to lead off the 5th inning, but he was left on base.  Indians' starter Garr...

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