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Indians outrally AquaSox

EVERETT – The Spokane Indians used a big eighth inning to knock off Everett 11-8 on Tuesday night and pull within one game of the North Division-leading AquaSox (11-9) in Northwest League play.

Spokane sent 13 batters to the plate and scored eight runs in the top of the eighth to erase a 5-3 deficit.

LaDarious Clark had two singles and two stolen bases during the late-inning rally. Diego Cedeno had an RBI single to drive in the first run, but Sherman Lacrus who had reached base on a walk was thrown out at third base. After Dylan Moore fanned for the second out, the floodgates opened for the Indians.

Ti’Quan Forbes was hit by a pitch by Spencer Herrmann to load the bases and Herrmann plunked Dean Long to force in the second run. Darius Day followed with a two-run single and stole second base. Yeyson Yrizarri stroked a two-run single and moved to third on a Clark single.

That was it for Herrmann. Dylan Silva entered and surrendered a two-run double to Lacrus. Cedeno struck out to end the Indians’ marathon rally.

Yrizarri drove in four runs on the day – including a two-run double in the top of the third to stake Spokane to an early 2-0 lead.

The Indians are 10-10 in the second half.

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