Indianapolis Indians 4, Buffalo Bison 1
Rick VandenHurk made a spot start and earned his second win.
After losing 5 games in a row, the Indians snapped their losing streak this afternoon at Coca-Cola Park in Buffalo, NY, beating the Bison by a score of 4-1. The Indians got a strong pitching effort by starter Rick VandenHurk as well as relievers Tim Wood and Doug Slaten. VandenHurk earned his 2nd win of the season, and Slaten took his 8th Save. The Indians also took advantage of three errors by the Bison (who made 4 errors last night), as half of the Tribe runs were unearned.
The Indians struck first, scoring an unearned run in the top of the 1st. With one out, SS Chase d'Arnaud lined a single into left field. He stole second base, and when Bison C Vinny ...
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