Found June 16, 2013 on Indians Baseball Insider:
CHARLOTTE- After splitting a doubleheader Friday night against the Charlotte Knights, the Columbus Clippers snatched a win Saturday night, 4-2. Columbus’ offense boomed in the first inning scoring all four of their runs, while Charlotte was unable to make up for the deficit throughout the game. The Clippers retrieved three pitchers to finish the game, but all three pitched scoreless innings. In the first inning Columbus’ hitters had their most and only action of the game. With one out, Matt Carson sent a soft line drive to center field for a single. Lonnie Chisenhall followed with a line drive double to center field, sending Carson home to score. First baseman Cord Phelps continued with a single that pushed Chisenhall to third. Chun-Hsiu Chen kept stride with an RBI single. Clippers’ left fielder Tim Fedroff loaded the bases with one out by drawing a walk from Charlotte starting pitcher Zach Stewart. Juan Diaz hit a single that brought home two to put the Clippers up 4-0. Stewart co...
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