CLEVELAND--The Cleveland Indians were able to force extras under the doubleheader seven inning format. But Adam Eaton's eighth inning home run off James Karinchak put the game out of reach as the Chicago White Sox take game one of the traditional doubleheader 8-6 in eight innings.
White Sox starter Carlo Rondon had a no-hitter against the Tribe earlier this season. Let's just say we knew that wouldn't happen again on this day early:
Indians starter Triston McKenzie struggled in the second inning, giving up four runs. But McKenzie settled in and set a new team record:
New Indians record, surpassing Corey Kluber's 2014 strikeout record.
Here's the Indians lineup for Game two:
You can listen White Sox vs Indians Game Two right here on Newsradio WTAM 1100AM/106.9FM and the free iHeartRadio App! Dennis Manoloff will host Dollar Bank Xtra Innings following Game Two!