3.) Indians offense too little, too late
As mentioned earlier, Derek Holland shut down the Tribe for the first 5 innings of work. gave the Indians their first hit of the night when he hit a double to left center to start off the sixth inning.
The Indians could not do anything with the lead-off double and only saw one more base runner reach in the sixth inning which was an Encarnacion walk.
Indians offense did not see another batter reach base until Carlos Santana started the 8th inning with a lead-off single. Lindor was up next and hit another double which advanced Santana to third. Brantley drove in Santana when he grounded out to first base. Lindor’s double in the 8th inning was the last hit the Indians had in the game.
The Indians left 7 guys on base in the game.
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