2. Sixth inning triumphs
The sixth inning was icing on the cake for Cleveland as they drove in six runs to take a massive 11-0 lead. Edwin Encarnacion drove in two runs with a bases-loaded RBI double. He was then plated by a wild pitch.
Jason Kipnis rounded out the scoring in that inning by sending a 94 mph fastball over the center field wall, recording Cleveland’s second home run of the game.
It was Kipnis’ sixth homer this season. Five of those homers have come over the last 20 games.
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