Indians Win it with a Walk Off Home Run to make it Four in a Row

The Indians had walk off homeruns for the first time since 2003.

On offense the Indians as a team started slow but Slugger Carlos Santana was able to go long in the bottom of the second inning with a solo home run to give the Indians a 1-0 lead going into the third inning.

The score would remain 1-0 in favor of the Indians. Until the top of the forth inning, Jose Abreu would scored for the white sox on a Encarnacion ground out to shortstop making the score 1-1. Both teams were quiet in the fifth inning but Franmil Reyes would make some noise when he would hit a sacrifice fly to center that would allow Jose Ramirez to score from third base to make the score 2-1 in favor of the tribe. Two innings later in the top of the eighth, Jose Abreu would sacrifice fly to center to score Moncada to once again tie the game heading into the ninth. Tied 1-1 the White Sox were unable to score in the top of the ninth inning keeping the score 1-1. The Indians came to bat, on a 3-0 pitch Jordan Luplow came up big hitting a 388 yard foot homerun for the win.

Pitching for the Indians

The Indians pitching was business as normal.

Shane Bieber : 5.0IP 2H 0ER 3WALKS 10 STRIKE OUTS

Triston McKenzie : 2.0IP 1H 0ER 0WALKS 13 STRIKE OUTS

James Karinchak : 1.0IP 1H 1ER 0WALKS 2 STRIKE OUTS

Brad Hand : (Winning Pitcher) 1.0IP 0H 0ER 3WALKS 0 STRIKE OUTS

The Indians will close out the series against the White Sox tommorw in CLeveland. Tribe coverage starts with Tribe Insider at 5:06, followed by Indians Warm Up at 5:35 and the Indians vs The White Sox at 6:10.

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