Kluber’s 12 K’s Not Enough as Tribe Loses in Extras; White Sox 2, Indians 1

Corey Kluber struck out 12 and tied a Sam McDowell for second place in team history for strikeouts in a two game strectch, but it was not enough to keep the Indians from a 2-1 defeat in Chicago on Monday night.

Kluber struck out 12, while allowing one run and five hits over nine innings. Chicago’s lone tally against Kluber came in the sixth when Adam Eaton tripled and was able to race home on a wild pitch. With the game tied in the tenth, Zach McAllister issued a walk and a single before Carlos Sanchez singled through the infield with two outs.

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