CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) — The Indians were beaten in the second game of the three-game series, 4-1, their second loss to the Rays in as many nights.
What went down: Corey Kluber surrendered a three-run homer to Evan Longoria before the fans even managed to find their seats on Saturday, putting Cleveland in an immediate 3-0 hole. However, he settled down to pitch seven innings, yielding four runs on four hits, walking four and striking out six. Unfortunately for Cleveland, three was all the Rays would need. Tampa Bay starter Erasmo Ramirez was forced to exit the game due to a right groin strain in the fourth, but the Rays’ bullpen had little issue holding the Indians’ bats down, logging six innings for manager Kevin Cash.
What it means: Kluber entered Saturday’s game with the lowest run support average in the Majors (2.33), meaning the Tribe’s ace needs to be nearly perfect…
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