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PASCO, Wash. -- David Ledbetter hurled five shutout innings as the Spokane Indians blanked the Tri-City Dust Devils, 11-0, in their series finale Wedndesday night at Gesa Stadium.

Ledbetter lowered his ERA to 0.53, limiting the Dust Devils to 3 hits and a walk in five innings of work.  He struck out six batters, pushing his total to 16 strikeouts in 17 innings on the season.  Chris Garia paced the offense, going 2-for-6 with 3 runs scored.  Every Indians starter reached base at least once, while Alberto Triunfel had a pinch-hit homerun in the 9th inning.  

Spokane improves to an even .500 on the season (9-9), while the last place Dust Devils fall to 6-14.  The game was aired live on SWX, and the Indians will be featured in another televised game on SWX, July 5th against the Eugene Emeralds at Avista Stadium in Spokane.

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