Indians’ offense sputters in loss
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Jason Kudlock had two doubles, bumping his average up to .625, but struck out swinging when it mattered most in the Spokane Indians’ 2-1 loss to the Vancouver Canadiens on Monday night.
Kudlock failed to get his fourth hit of the night in the top of the eighth with the tying run in scoring position and one out. Michael Olt popped up to end the inning and the rally.
Vancouver pitcher Nathan Long tossed 5
Spokane starter Zack Osborne gave up two runs in 3
The Indians’ lone run came in the top of the second on a fielding error. Spokane was 0-for-12 with runners in scoring position.