Toledo Mud Hens fall 7-2 at Indianapolis in final game before home opener


INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis completed a three-game sweep of the Mud Hens, winning 7-2 on Wednesday.

The Indians used a five-run second inning to claim the win.

After Toledo (1-6) scored a run in the second inning on a home run by Jordan Lennerton, Indy’s five-run second began with two singles, a groundout, an RBI single by Brian Jeroloman, and a sacrifice fly by Ivan DeJesus. With the bases loaded and two outs, Jordy Mercer hit a fly ball that fell between Quintin Berry and Danny Dorn for an error on Berry that scored three runs.

Toledo starter Pat Misch (0-2) allowed six hits and seven runs — four of which were earned — in 3 1/3 innings.