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Indians Fall At Hillsboro

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Despite rattling off 12 hits, the Spokane Indians couldn't score enough to beat the Hillsboro Hops on Thursday, dropping a 5-3 contest at Hillsboro Ballpark.

The Hops snap a six-game losing streak with the win.

Four Indians recorded at least three hits, but Spokane went 2-for-15 with runners in scoring position and left 14 men on base.

Marcus Greene led the way with a pair of hits and a solo home run and Chris Garia had a trio of singles and a stolen base.

First-round draft pick Alex Gonzalez had one of his best professional starts, giving up one run on just two hits in three innings. Gonzalez also struck out two. Travis Dean took the loss after giving up three runs in the seventh.

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