Mud Hens beat Indianapolis on soggy night


The Mud Hens got a strong start from Derek Hankins and a two-RBI night from Bryan Holaday to beat Indianapolis 3-1 late Saturday night at Fifth Third Field.

Hankins allowed a first-inning home run to Felix Pie but otherwise shut out the Indians in 7 1/3 innings, while Brayan Villarreal getting a double play to end the eighth and Jose Valverde pitching the ninth to claim his first save as a Mud Hen.

Holaday hit a home run in the third and added a sacrifice fly in the fourth as Toledo beat Indianapolis for just the second time in 12 games this season.