Indianapolis Indians  10,   Columbus Clippers  5



Anderson Hernandez hit three singles and drove in two runs.

The Indianapolis Indians took revenge on the Columbus Clippers tonight, after last night's 10-6 loss.  Tonight at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio, it was the Indians who scored 10 runs on 18 hits.  Though they did not score in almost every inning as the Clippers did last night, the Tribe had a 4-run inning and a 3-run inning, and three more one-run innings.

Once again, the Indians jumped onto the scoreboard early, with 4 runs in the top of the 1st.  With one out, five consecutive Indians' batters reached base safely.  SS Chase d'Arnaud began with a walk.  A single by LF Starling Marte moved d'Arnaud to second, and a line drive single into left field by ...

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