Tribe Bounce Back in the Bronx, Defeat Yankees 11-3

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NEW YORK CITY, NY -- The Cleveland Indians got revenge on the New York Yankees on Saturday afternoon in the Bronx, following an 8-0 beat down the night before. Yu Chang got the scoring party going early on a solo blast in the 2nd inning. Tribe middle infield prospect Andres Gimenez blew the game open on a 3-run shot to right center field in the 5th inning, an inning in which the Indians scored 7 total runs, marking the most runs scored all season in one inning for the tribe. Despite a late push by the Bronx Bombers, the Indians held on to win the game by the final score of 11-3.

Aaron Civale was brilliant in his start against the Yankees on Saturday afternoon. Civale gave up 0 runs on 4 total hits in 6 innings of impressive pitching. Giancarlo Stanton and Luke Voit paired up for homers in the late innings off of Bryan Shaw and Justin Garza.

The Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees will square off in a rubber match on Sunday afternoon in the Bronx. First pitch is set for 1:05 pm ET at Yankee Stadium in New York City, New York.

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