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AZL Indians hold on after 5-run 1st inning

GOODYEAR-The Indians offense struck early, but not often on Friday evening with a five run 1st inning off of the Brewers' Austin Hall. The remarkable thing about that 5-run 1st inning is the fact they did it all with two outs; the Tribe's outfield tandem of D'Vone McClure and Tyler Booth grounded out to start the game and then came the heavy lifting--Dorssys Paulino legged out a triple followed by a single and walk courtesy of Jorge Martinez and Nelson Rodriguez, respectively. The extra base hits continued when catcher Eric Haase crushed a 2-run double and then an Anthony Santander home run, his second of the season. The Indians would bat through the lineup as McClure would strike out for the final out of the inning and the end of the Indians'...

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