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Indians Blanked For Second Straight Day

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The Spokane Indians were unable to push a run across the plate for the second straight day, losing a 2-0 contest to the Vancouver Canadians on Wednesday for the second time in as many days.

The Indians were able to produce five hits on Wednesday -- up from the three they managed on Tuesday -- but they went 0-for-4 with runners in scoring position and left seven men on base.

Spokane did get a good start from first-round pick Alex Gonzalez, who pitched three scoreless innings. It is the first time Gonzalez has not given up a run in professional baseball.

Eric Brooks was stuck with the loss for the Indians after allowing two runs on three hits in four innings.

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