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Spokane Indians lose 7-6 to the Aquasox in Everett

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EVERETT, Wa -

Defensive woes continue for the Indians as they drop their fourth game in a row Thursday evening's loss in Everett.

A two-run ninth inning by the Aquasox spawned new life for Everett as they tied Spokane at six runs a piece.

After the Indians failed to generate a single base runner in the tenth, Everett found themselves victorious after a Spokane error on a blooper down the left field line scored Ketel Marte, who was running from first on the pitch.

The five errors by Spokane in Thursday's continue their streak of sub-par defense, as their defeat marks the third straight game in which the team has made five errors.

Spokane plays Everett in the fourth game of the five game series tomorrow night.

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