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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | April 20, 2021

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Error in Ninth Allows Reds Rally, Walkoff in Tenth; CIN 3, CLE 2

April 17, 2021 |

An error by Josh Naylor with two outs in the ninth gave the Reds an extra out, and after tying the game, they knocked in the winning run in the tenth as Cincinnati stunned the Cleveland Indians on Saturday afternoon, 3-2.

Emmanuel Clase had retired the first two batters in the bottom of the ninth on ground balls to Naylor. One out away from the victory, Clase got Max Schrock to ground to first. Naylor did not get his glove down and the ball skipped between his legs and into shallow right field, putting the tying run at second base. Jesse Winker, already with two hits under his belt on the afternoon, punched an 0-2 heater past a diving Andres Gimenez at short to score pinch-runner Nick Senzel to tie the game at two. Clase still needed the final out to send the game to extras, but Nick Castellanos singled to shallow center and Joey Votto reached on a check swing dribbler to short to load the bases, but Eugenio Suarez lined to Jordan Luplow to send the game to extras. Read More

Sox Capitalize on Chang Error, Earn Weird Walk Off Win Over Tribe; CWS 4, CLE 3

April 13, 2021 |

Sometimes, that’s how the ball bounces.

An errant throw from Cleveland first baseman Yu Chang struck a base runner and allowed the winning run to cross home plate in the bottom of the ninth, giving the Chicago White Sox a 4-3 win over the Indians on Monday night. Read More

Tribe Completes Sweep Behind Timely Hitting, Tiger Errors; CLE 5, DET 2

April 11, 2021 |

Logan Allen settled down after a rough first inning to give Cleveland five strong innings on the mound while his offense gave him just enough support for his first victory as an Indian in a 5-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday afternoon.

Cleveland won its fourth straight game, improving to 5-3 and moving into first place in the American League Central courtesy of a balanced game that saw contributions from all parts of the roster. Allen did his part to keep his teammates in the game before the bullpen contained a Tigers lineup that refused to go away. The Tribe offense chipped in with some early run support and added on two big runs late thanks to some bad throwing decisions by Detroit right fielder Nomar Mazara. Read More

Bats Erupt as Tribe Avoids Season-Opening Sweep to Tigers; CLE 9, DET 3

April 4, 2021 |

The bats of the Cleveland lineup woke up just in time on Sunday as the Indians scored eight unanswered runs over the final four innings to defeat the Detroit Tigers by a 9-3 count.

Aaron Civale drew the starting nod in the series finale against second-year left-hander Tarik Skubal with the task of sending the Tribe back to Ohio in the win column for the first time in 2021. He did his part, scattering just two hits over seven quality innings of work, but he needed some help from his friends to get the job done. Read More

Tribe Bats Fall Flat Again in Defeat in Detroit; DET 5, CLE 2

April 3, 2021 |

It was another tough day at the plate for Cleveland as a quality start by Zach Plesac was wasted in a 5-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Saturday afternoon.

After putting up just two runs in support of a quality start from Shane Bieber on Thursday, the offensive efforts fell short again in game two of the 2021 campaign as the concerning Cleveland lineup card had little punch to it again. Plesac kept the game close in six innings of work on the mound, but the Tigers broke the game open late with a three-run seventh to erase all doubt. Read More

Cleveland Spends Some Dough, Brings in Slugger Rosario

February 2, 2021 |

In one of the bigger surprises in a brutal offseason for Cleveland Indians fans, the front office stunned the disappointed fan base by spending some money, inking free agent outfielder Eddie Rosario to a one-year, $8 million contract for the 2021 season.

With the cash-strapped Tribe seemingly more committed to building a roster on the cheap, Cleveland addressed a multi-year organizational position of weakness by bringing in the familiar Rosario, who had spent the last six years patrolling the outfield of the division rival Minnesota Twins. Read More