SPOKANE - So far this season, the Boise Hawks (15-17) have been enjoying the home cooking. When the bird are in the nest, they are 10-4. The road however, has been a different story. After allowing Spokane to rally from a four-run deficit in the ninth inning yesterday, the Indians overcame an early two-run hole to beat Boise 10-3 on Tuesday. Hawks starting pitcher Yao-Lin Wang tossed four innings of shutout ball, but reliever Jose Rosario allowed seven runs in the fifth and one more in the sixth. Cubs third-round draft pick Zeke DeVoss continued to impress in just his second game since being promoted from the Arizona Rookie League. After stealing five bases in his debut on Monday, DeVoss went 3-for-4 at the plate. Boise falls to 5-13 on the road this summer.