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Canadians Take Another from Indians

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia – For the second straight night, Vancouver had Spokane's number as the Indians fell 3-1 to the Canadians.

The Indians trailed 1-0 heading into the seventh, when Spokane's Jamie Jarmon tied the game up with the team's lone RBI of the game. The tie score didn't even last a half-inning, as the Vancouver took the lead in the bottom of the seventh on a fielder's choice. The Canadians added another run in the eight, and in the ninth Chuck Ghyseis came in to capture his eighth save of the season.

Eric Brooks was a bright for Spokane once again, as the all-star pitched nearly six innings without a single earned run.

The Spokane coupled with a pair of wins for Everett now moves the Indians to three games back of first place in the North Division.

The Aquasox and Indians will go head to head for the final six games of the regular season, starting Wednesday night in Spokane.

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