Indians Look To Match Longest Win Streak Of Season

On Saturday night the Cleaveland Indians defeated the Minnesota Twins 6 – 2 to complete a day night doubleheader sweep, winning the first game 9 to 3 behind to homers from Jose Ramirez.

Two home runs from Lonnie Chisenhall in the nightcap got it done and the Indians are back in first place.

The Indians look the match their longest win streak this season, after outscoring the twins 15 – 5 on Saturday’s doubleheader.

A day game on Sunday with a 2:10pm first pitch with right-hander Trevor Bauer (5-5, 5.85 ERA) on the bump against Twins right-hander Kyle Gibson (4-4, 6.79 ERA).

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