Jordan Guskey Indianapolis Star Published 5:36 p.m. UTC Aug 22, 2018 The Indianapolis Indians mounted a comeback late to tie the Columbus Clippers but ultimately lost in extra innings, 4-3. The 10-inning game saw both teams struggle to hit with runners in scoring position, and the Indians remain scoreless until a three-run seventh inning that tied the game. Alex McRae received the loss for Indianapolis and Josh Martin earned the win for Columbus. More: Making Indianapolis a sports technology hub is goal of politicians, team executives The Indians dropped to 68-59 overall on the season while the Clippers improved to 68-59. The game was the first in a three-game set between the two sides in what is a three-game home stand for Indianapolis.
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