Norfolk Tides 3, Indianapolis Indians 2 (13 innings)
Rudy Owens pitched 8 innings and left the game with the score tied.
The 13th inning proved to be unlucky for the Indianapolis Indians tonight, as a wild pitch and two singles gave the Norfolk Tides the walk-off win at Harbor Park in Norfolk, Virginia. Reliever Daniel Moskos pitched to three batters in the 13th and he suffered the loss, while former Butler University pitcher (and former Indians fan) Pat Neshek took the win for the Tides.
The Tides were first onto the scoreboard, when former Indian 3B Bill Hall led off the bottom of the 2nd with a solo home run, just over the right field wall. Other than Hall, Tribe starter Rudy Owens retired all the rest of the Norfolk batters he faced in the first three ...
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