Indianapolis Indians  2,   Toledo Mud Hens  1



Brandon Boggs hit the game-winning double in the 14th.

The Indianapolis Indians won their third game in a row tonight, beating the Toledo Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field in Toledo.  The game took 14 innings and 4 hours 22 minutes, and the final out was made on a very unusual play.  Tribe reliever Tim Wood earned his 5th win of the season, while reliever Jose Diaz, pitching for the first time in several weeks, earned his 3rd Save.   The key factor in the game was missed scoring opportunities:  runners left on base.  The two teams combined for 22 left on base, 10 for the Indians and 12 for the Mud Hens.  Walks and strikeouts also figured in a big way.  The Indians' pitching staff struck out 17 batters, and the Toledo staff ...

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