Here’s to a great week!
Indians 4, White Sox 2
Wins make Sunday’s better. Carlos Carrasco worked through some trouble, but allowed just two runs over 5 1⁄3 innings to earn his sixth win of the year. Roberto Perez, Erik Gonzalez, and Francisco Lindor drove in runs for the good guys. Next up, the Dodgers.
Tribe News and Notes
0.29 ERA. Unreal. From Zack Meisel:
Andrew Miller only throws a fastball and a slider, but really, it's so much more than that.
He placed a backdoor slider on the outside corner to Yolmer Sanchez for a called third strike in the sixth inning on Sunday. Sanchez shook his head in the batter's box before he retreated to the dugout.
In the next at-bat, Miller bounced a slider in the dirt, but Tim Anderson still gave chase for strike three. On Friday night, he dropped Avisail Garcia to one knee on a swinging strikeout.
Carlos Carrasco left the tying run on second base for Miller when the southpaw entered on Sunday.
"As soon as I saw Miller, I said, ‘This inning is over,'" Carrasco said.
Gonzalez went 2-3 with a double and RBI, plus flashed some leather at second base.
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