PASCO -- The Spokane Indians plated four runs in the top of the seventh inning, and that was all they needed to finalize a sweep of the Tri-City Dust Devils Thursday night at Gesa Stadium.
The Indians' seventh inning came thanks in part to runs driven in by Barrett Seratto, Evan Van Hoosier and Eduard Pinto.
Indians (11-10, 31-28) starter Eric Brooks was tremendous on the mound. Brooks did not surrender a run over his five innings of work while only allowing three Dust Devils hits. He ended the night with three strikeouts and a walk.
Tri-City starting pitcher Johendi Jiminian (2-3) turned in another quality start on Thursday night. Jiminian held the Indians scoreless until the seventh inning. He finished the night with two runs on his record on six hits. In his 6 2/3 innings he struck out five and walked one while being charged with the loss.
Brett Anderson (1-0) pitched a scoreless sixth inning for the Indians. He was credited with the win. Justin Sprenger came in and pitched 2 1/3 innings for a long save. The Indians have taken eight of the nine games against Tri-City this season, including all six at Gesa Stadium.
Spokane returns home for an eight-game homestand beginning Friday with a visit from Hillsboro.