Buffalo Bison 3, Indianapolis Indians 2
Chase d'Arnaud hands over his protective batting gear to the bat boy when he reaches second base.
Shaky control by Indians' pitching combined with a strong performance by Buffalo pitching added up to a loss for the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field this afternoon. The Indians were held to three hits in the first 7 innings, and six hits overall, resulting in just 2 runs. Tribe starter Justin Wilson suffered the loss, despite allowing one hit and striking out 7 batters in 5 innings of work.
The Indians were first onto the scoreboard in the bottom of the 1st. SS Chase d'Arnaud began with a walk, and he moved up to second base on a wild pitch by Buffalo starter Chris Schwinden. 3B Matt Hague lined a single into cent...
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