With Chris Sale out of the picture and Carlos Carrasco back in it, the Cleveland Indians have a chance to start stringing ever-important wins together.
“He competes like insane “, said manager Terry Francona. That left them with one bullet to knock in a run, and they couldn’t convert. “You can’t let those opportunities get away from you without paying for it”.
Cleveland entered play trailing Houston by four games for the second wild-card spot in the AL.
The Indians (74-74) – and Chisenhall – added on in the sixth.
Cody Anderson (5-3) allowed one run – Melky Cabrera’s fifth-inning homer – in 6 2-3 innings. Rodon is 3-0 with a 1.52 ERA in four starts and a relief appearance against the Indians during his rookie season. Dav.Robertson pitching. C.Santana struck out. Almonte, Cleveland’s center fielder, followed with a single. Almonte flied out, but Chisenhall was able to advance to third. The win gets the Indians back to the.500 mark at 73-73 with 16 games remaining in the season.
“These losses hurt a little bit because we’re very close”, Carrasco said. Not sure if Carrasco reverses his fortunes against Chicago but I’ll just go with the over… Right fielder Trayce Thompson, leading off the inning, doubled into the left-field corner.
“It feels good to go out there every fifth day and not have to worry about the arm or anything going haywire”, Tomlin said.
Standing in a small, sterile booth high above the turf at Memorial Stadium, David He’s voice reaches a near-shout any time Illinois’ football team makes a big play against Kent State. “They’re trying to do their best”. In the first three he gave up a total of six runs in 22 innings. Abreu grounded out, second baseman J.Ramirez to first baseman C.Santana. Brantley singled to left, J.Ramirez scored, Aviles to second. Mike Olt struck out, but a wild pitch allowed both runners to move up. Lindor dropped the ball attempting to take it out of his glove, and Garcia scored for a two-run lead.
Danks settled down after a rough start and gave the White Sox three more scoreless innings before handing things over to his bullpen.
Indians: RHP Danny Salazar will start the opener at Minnesota.
Indians: 3B Giovanny Urshela (sore right shoulder) was out of the lineup for the fourth time in five games.
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale delivers to a Cleveland Indians batter during the first inning of a baseball game, Friday, September 18, 2015, in Cleveland. He’s 5-13 in 25 career starts against Cleveland. Me.Cabrera hit a sacrifice fly to right fielder Sands, Eaton scored.