Bryant keys Hawks offense in win over Spokane
The Boise Hawks beat the Spokane Indians Sunday 3-1 night.
Second-overall draft pick Kris Bryant was responsible for all of Boise's offense, clubbing a two-run home run in the fourth and adding a sacrifice fly in the the seventh.
Hawks' starter Dillon Maples (2-0) went five strong innings, allowing five hits, one run, and striking out five. Corbin Hoffner earned a hold with three innings of relief work. Spokane loaded the bases with no outs in the ninth, but closer Tyler Bremer recorded three straight strikeouts to lock up the win.