Today in Tribe History: May 25, 1991

The Cleveland Indians score two runs in the top of the ninth inning to steal a victory from the Milwaukee Brewers. Two walks and an error lead to a sacrifice fly by Jerry Browne and an RBI single by Felix Fermin to give the Tribe the lead. Carlos Baerga had a big game as well hitting a three-run homer in the sixth off of Brewers starter Chris Bosio. Doug Jones, who had already blown a save chance in the 8th, finishes the game to earn his first win of the season.

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