It begin with a rain delay and ends with bad news for the Indians. White Sox scored three runs in the ninth to come back and beat the Tribe 5-4.
The Tribe will go for the series win tomorrow before heading to Kansas City to end regular season for a four-game series.
Here are the three takeaways
1. Bauer’s Part
Starter Trevor Bauer made his start as he pitched total of four innings. It marked his second start after coming off from the disabled list last week.
After giving up a two-run homer in the first, Bauer was able to calm down and continue to roll. He pitched in total of 4 innings, giving up 5 hits and striking out 4. He pitched total of 60 pitches.
Healthy Trevor Bauer will be fun to watch in postseason.
2. Carrasco Relief
Starter Carlos Carrasco came the game in the fifth inning to relief for Bauer. As always Carrasco pounded the strike zone and made Chicago uncomfortable at the plate until the ninth inning. He started the ninth with a walk and rest was history. Carrasco pitches total of 4.1 innings, 4 hits, 3 runs and striking out 8. But at the end of the day, White Sox took advantage against Carrasco.
Hot hitting continues for Yan Gomes
Indians catcher Yan Gomes extended his hitting streak to 9 games. He finished the game going 1-for4 with a homer and numbed his batting average up to .267. After the all-star break, he is batting over .300. This is one of the main player that will gave to contribute in the playoffs especially batting in bottom of lineup.