The Indians got a victory against the Chicago White Sox, 5-4, in their second game of the three game weekend series thanks to a go-ahead hit by pitch to Brandon Guyer.
In picking up the win, Cleveland got a decent otting from Cory Kluber, who struck out 12 batters. He gets a no-decision.
However, it wasn’t the best day for the offense. Yes, they scored five runs, but after the third inning the Indians had plenty of chances to knock the game wide open. They left 14 men on base and went 2-for-13 with runners in scoring position.
Before they go for their tenth straight win tomorrow, here are our three takeaways from Saturday’s game.