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Indians Hound Sox for 14th Straight Win

September 6 vs Cleveland Indians

Sox Office Smash Hit:
The Indians terrorized the Sox like a rabid dog.

Short Take:  Sloppy Sox roll over and play dead in Carlos Carrasco's complete game near-shutout on Dog Day.

Just put another loss in the (dog) pile.

Indians starter Carlos Carrasco was completely on his game tonight and nearly shut out the Sox 5-1, extending the AL Central Division leader's winning streak to 14 games. Facing what he thought would be his last hitter of the night, Carrasco gave up a home run to Adam Engel to lose the shutout. But his line of 3 hits, 0 walks, and 9 strikeouts was impressive, and only three balls made it out of the infield all night.

Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez pitched a fine game, even though he was let down by some sloppy Sox defense. There were two muffed infield plays in the first four innings, two of which were not charged as errors. You can't do that and expect the Indians to not score, and the Tribe eventually did. But Lopez limited the damage to one run over six innings. Gregory Infante took over in the 7th, and would have immediately given up another run if it wasn't for a home-run-robbing catch by Nicky Delmonico in left field.

However, the good ol' mediocre Sox pen opened the floodgates in the 8th. Infante walked Edwin Encarnacion and was replaced with Danny Farquhar. Farquhar immediately gave up a two-run homer to Carlos Santana and then could not retire the next four hitters. Matt Davidson committed his second error of the game at 1st base, wielding another run. Farquhar was replaced with Dylan Covey. With bases loaded and no outs, Covey initiated a 1-2-3 double play and then struck out Lonnie Chisenall, ending the Indians rampage. Covey allowed another run in the 8th after a couple of walks and a slow-developing attempt at a double play that failed and allowed an alert Jose Ramirez to score.

Carrasco's lone mistake in the 9th erased the shutout, but the 5-1 loss meant that the Sox's Dog Day game was indeed a genuine purebred dog. Woof.

The Sox try to avoid getting swept by the Indians tomorrow at 7:10 pm CST. Carlos Rodon faces Corey Kluber.


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