The Tribe has found success on the road the last two nights against AL Central opponent the Minnesota Twins, and while Monday it was the pitching that was the story, the 9-4 win on Tuesday was highlighted by the teams’ offense.
Cleveland put up 11 runs on 12 hits, and got contributions from some of their big bats in the lineup including Jose Ramirez, Frankie Lindor and even a late blast from Edwin Encarnacion.
Josh Tomlin threw well enough to earn his first win of the season after two forgettable starts, and overall the Tribe looks to be getting some momentum back as they have won three of their last four after losing four of six on their first homestand of 2017.
Here’s three takeaways from the win that puts the Indians now at 7-7 on the year, dropping the Twins to 7-7 as well.
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