CLEVELAND – The Indians are in a serious rut after falling at home Thursday to the Chicago White Sox 10-4, in a game that upon it’s first pitch at 7:11pm saw Chicago take a 1-0 lead on a Tim Anderson homer off Josh Tomlin.
It was a long night for the Tribe, as despite pounding out 13 hits they once again had major issues with runners in scoring position, and left 11 men on base in the six-run loss
Since winning their first three in Texas against the slumping Rangers, the Tribe has lost five of their last six with the only win against the Sox on opening day at Progressive Field.
With the Tigers coming in for the weekend we take a quick look back at the final game which drops the Indians under .500 for the first time this season at 4-5 in our three takeaways from the loss.
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