The Indianapolis Indians cut short the Clippers' 9th-inning rally tonight, to hang on for the win at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio.  Tribe Starter Justin Wilson was a completely different pitcher than he was in his start on Opening Day in Toledo, earning his first win of the season.  Home runs dominated the offense -- two for the Indians and five for the Clippers.  All of the Clippers' runs came on homers, but the Indians pounded out 11 hits and made them count.

For 6 innings, Wilson dominated the Clippers.  He allowed two hits in those 6 innings.  One was a solo home run in the 5th by RF Chad Huffman.  The other was a single by DH Beau Mills in the 3rd.  Mills was immediately erased by a double play.  As opposed to Opening Day, when Wilson walked 6 batters, this evening he did not ...

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