Indians win on Red Sox error in 9th

Indians win on Red Sox error in 9th

The start of Tuesday night's game between the Indians and Red Sox at Progressive Field has been delayed by the threat of rain. He last pitched on August 20 against the Royals and gave up six runs and 12 hits in four and two-third innings.

The loss drops the Red Sox to 71-53. We all know how bad the Red Sox want to beat the Indians.

Indians first baseman Carlos Santana also left the game with an injury, exiting in the eighth inning with lower back tightness.

Miller's injury put a damper on a 5-4 walk-off victory Monday night over the Boston Red Sox, a game that ended when first baseman Brock Holt threw away Perez's bunt in the ninth inning, allowing Brandon Guyer to score from second base. Manager John Farrell said Moreland passed concussion tests, but he made a decision to hold him out of the lineup.

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Carrasco moved within two wins of matching his career high when he held Minnesota to one run and five hits while striking out nine over five innings on Thursday. On the trip, Bruce hit.375, with five doubles, three home runs and 12 RBIs in 40 at bats.

"We kept getting the lead, so I was like OK because I desperately wanted to get our pitching set up because I found out the hard way in Boston when you don't, what can happen". Then managing the Red Sox, they clinched the wild card on the last day of the season and got swept by the White Sox in the Division Series. Mike Clevinger allowed both homers and gave up four runs in 4 1/3 innings for Cleveland.

Meanwhile it was the Indians who finished strong, winning their final three games against the Royals after losing 4-of-5 and edging the Sox by one game with 94 wins.