The Indians had a fruitful road trip playing two AL Central foes, the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox, winning five of six games with a rain out in Minnesota as well.
Sunday though was not their day, as the team dropped a 6-2 decision to the Sox, with both the offense and pitching, which had been dominant the past few days, both not living up to play from the previous games of the road trip.
The Tribe well get a much needed day off on Monday, then be back in action against the 13-6 Houston Astros, leaders in the AL West at Progressive Field for the first of three starting on Tuesday.
Here’s the three takeaways from the finale of the three-game set in Chi-town, a losing effort that saw little go right for the Tribe on Sunday.
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