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Tri-City Dust Devils

Dust Devils shut out, Spokane wins first half title

The Tri-City Dust Devils entered Monday night’s contest against the Hillsboro Hops needing a win or a Spokane Indians loss, and got neither as they were shutout by the Hops and the Indians beat the Boise Hawks. Jefferson Mejia started on the mound for Hillsboro and got nearly perfect relief pitching behind him. Adrian De Horta and Will Stillman set down all 10 batters they faced in relief for the Dust Devils.

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