Indianapolis Indians  12,  Columbus Clippers  9



Starling Marte and Jose Tabata (behind Marte) congratulate Brandon Boggs after his 3-run homer.

The Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers traded the lead back and forth tonight at Victory Field, but it was the Indians who came out on top, coming from behind twice for the win.  Neither starting pitcher factored into the decision.  There were five home runs in the game, two for the Clippers and three for the Indians.  The two teams combined for a total of 26 hits.

The Clippers began the scoring in the top of the 1st.  Indians' starter Justin Wilson walked the second batter of the inning, LF Jason Donald.  A wild pitch let Donald advance to second base, and then Donald stole third base.  A ground out by DH Vinny ...

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