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Friday, June 5, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Aquasox Make Quick Work Of Indians

The Everett AquaSox cleaned Spokane’s clock on turn-back-the-clock night Thursday.

Patrick Williams and Scott Maynard hit late-inning homers as Everett (10-20) handled the Indians 9-3 in a Northwest League game at Memorial Stadium.

The teams wore uniforms from the 1905 Everett Smoke Stackers and Spokane Smoke Eaters.

Spokane (20-10) lost the series 2-1 and dropped its fifth in seven. Spokane is three behind Boise (23-7) in the North Division.

Everett led 4-1 when it teed off on three relievers. Jason Roeder gave up Williams’ solo homer and Jermaine Clark’s RBI double in the seventh. Jason Gilfillan allowed Victor Martinez’s RBI single, also in the seventh.

Ken Fitzpatrick, making his first appearance after reconstructive elbow surgery, struck out the first two batters in the eighth before allowing Williams’ RBI single and Maynard’s two-run homer.

Spokane starter Kris Wilson (1-1) allowed three earned runs in the five innings. Joel Pinairo (1-1), the second AquaSox pitcher, won after 2-2/3 innings of one-hit ball.

Spokane’s runs came on homers. Mike Brambilla hit a solo shot in the third, his first as an Indian, and Juan LeBron connected for his third in the ninth.

The Indians begin a five-game homestand against Southern Oregon at 7:05 tonight. Tonight’s promotion is 50-cent hot dogs, soda and ice cream sandwiches.

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