If you didn't stay up last night to watch the end of the game, and don't have time to read any of the above recaps, I'll give you the TL;DR version.
Both starters pitched well, especially Matt Shoemaker.
Angels scored two runs on bad BABIP luck. I mean, really bad luck.
Indians scored three runs to tie the game off closer Huston Street in the top of the ninth.
Angels won in the bottom of the ninth off Bryan Shaw thanks to bad pitching by Shaw and another bloop single.
Yesterday was the final day of the MLB Draft, a day usually filled with lottery tickets or future organizational soldiers. The Indians felt they got more than the usual return with their 11th and 12th round picks.
The 12th round pick was Zach Plesac, nephew of former big-league reliever Dan Plesac. The younger Plesac had Tommy John surgery this spring, and the Indians, who have had a history of working with injured pitchers (including Brady Aiken in last year's draft), decided that he was an excellent value given where they were in the draft.
I think it's very possible that Abraham Almonte may appear in an Indians uniform before Michael Brantley does. Pluto touches on the outfield situation and other things Tribe-related.
Lindor has stopped at many youth baseball academies both at home and on the road.
"right triceps tightness." Pirates fans are holding their collective breath.
A recap of notable picks on the third day of the draft, including Torii Hunter, Jr by the Angels (announced by his father).