Meadows triples in loss

Toledo Mud Hens

The Toledo Mud Hens fell to the Indianapolis Indians 6-3 on Cinco de Mayo.
Starting on the mound for Toledo was Zach Logue and starting the game on the Mound for Indianapolis was Louis L. Ortiz
The Mud Hens fell behind in the top of the second inning. After both

The Toledo Mud Hens fell to the Indianapolis Indians 6-3 on Cinco de Mayo.

Starting on the mound for Toledo was Zach Logue and starting the game on the Mound for Indianapolis was Louis L. Ortiz

The Mud Hens fell behind in the top of the second inning. After both teams we’re held scoreless in the first Vinny Capara hit a double with runners on the corners that plated the first two runs of the game and give Indianapolis a 2-0 lead.

Ortiz dominated the Mud Hens for the first three innings of the ball game. The only hit for the Hens came by way Micheal Papierski who doubled to centerfield, but was stranded at second base in the bottom of the third inning.

Both teams were held scoreless in the third but in the. In the bottom of the fourth inning, the Indians replaced Ortiz with Cam Alldred. Donny Sands hit a leadoff double to start the inning for the Hens, but Alldred recorded the next three outs all in order to stand Sands at second base.

Zach Logue kept working on the mud for the Mud Hens into the fifth inning, in that inning the Indians put runners on second and third with two outs, Josh Palacios hit a single to left field with two outs that plated two more Indianapolis runs to grow the lead to 4-0. Logue walked the next batter then Mud Hens head coach Anthony Iapoce pulled his starter and replaced him with Andrew Mango who recorded the final out of the fifth inning.

Andrew Mango remained in the game for the sixth inning for the Hens, the Indians put runners on first and second with two outs but Mango kept the Indians off the board recorded the third out.

The Mud Hens began to try and mount a comeback in the sixth inning. Parker Meadows ripped a triple down the left field line for his first triple of the season and third extra base hit of the game for the Mud Hens. Donny Sands then grounded out to the shortstop which allowed Meadows to score and give the Hens their first Hens of the game.

In the top of the seventh inning, the Indians got that run right back after Ryan Vilade and Josh Palacios hit back-to-back doubles to score a run. Mango bounced back by striking out the next three batters to limit the damage to just one run.

Yerry De Los Santos entered the game in the bottom of the seventh inning. After giving up a leadoff single to Andrew Knapp, De Los Santos held the runner on base and didn’t allow the Hens to score.

Miguel Del Pozo entered the game for the Mud Hens in the seventh inning and worked a scoreless Fram to keep the score at 5-1.

Hunter Stratton entered the game for the Indians in the eighth inning and got into trouble quickly. Corey Joyce walked, then Papierski singled to put runners on first and second. In the next at bat, Stratton threw a wild pitch which allowed the runners to advance to second and third. With one out in the inning, Donny Sands hit a sacrifice fly to centerfield that scored Joyce and cut the lead to 5-2. Stratton would get out of the inning just allowing the one run to score.

Heath Hembree made his first appearance of the season for the Mud Hens in the ninth inning and allowed one run to score thanks to a one out RBI-single from Josh Palacios making it a 6-2 Indians lead.

Daniel Zamora entered the game in the ninth inning for the Indians to close the game out. The Hens put runners on first and third with one out and Jermaine Palacios hit an infield single to bring the tying ru to the plate. Unfortunately for the Hens no other runs would score in the inning and the Indians would secure the 6-3 win.

Notables:

Parker Meadows: 1-4, 1R, 3B

Donny Sands: 1-3, 2RBI, 2B

Micheal Papierski: 2-4, 2B

Jermaine Palacios: 1-4, 1RBI

Miguel Del Pozo: 1.0IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 1K

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