Yankees 10 Indians 9 Tribe Swept As This Strange Season Comes To An End


The Indians and Yankees set a record tonight for the longest nine inning game ever played. Two rain delays and 9 inning laters the Indians fell to the Yankees 10-9 at home. With this loss the Indians were swept three games to none in the American League Wild Card Series. Offensively for the Indians Jose Ramirez lead the team with three RBIs followed by Naylor and Luplow who each had two. The Indians had two players with one RBI Cesar Hernandez and Roberto Perez.

The Indians used seven different pitchers. The Indians pitchers struggled giving up eight hits and 10 earned runs.

Carlos Carrasco 3IP 2H 4ER 3WALK 6K

James Karinchak 0.0IP 1H 1ER 2WALK 0K

Phil Maton 2IP 1H 1ER 1 WALK 0K

Triston McKenzie 1.2IP 1H 1ER 2WALK 2K

Nick Wittgren 1.1IP 0H 0ER 2WALK 3K

Brad Hand 0.2IP 3H 2ER 1WALK 1K

Cal Quantrill 0.1IP 0H 0ER 1WALK 1K

A lot of questions look to be answered for the Tribe. For all the latest indians news be sure to listen to WTAM 1100.