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Ohfer Cleveland

June 19 at Cleveland Indians

Toon Squad Update:
Charlie Brown
No end to the heartache

Short Take: Another well-pitched game goes to waste.

There are competitive and uncompetitive games in baseball. For the Sox, it doesn't seem to matter which type they're in. The end result, for the last five weeks, has likely been a loss. Today the Sox were competitive and ultimately forced extra innings, only to lose to the Indians 3-2.

The Sox actually gave starter Carlos Rodon an early lead. Tim Anderson led off the game with a double. After an Adam Eaton sacrifice bunt, Jose Abreu doubled in the run. But that was all, and the Sox had a short-lived 1-0 lead.

Cleveland got the run back in the bottom of the 1st. Rajai Davis singled, and Jason Kipnis reached on a bunt single. Davis stole third and scored on a Mike Napoli sacrifice fly. Rodon worked out of more damage, and the game was tied 1-1.

This game was well-pitched by both starters. Indians starter Carlos Carrasco and Rodon had quality starts, each giving up only two runs. Both pitchers surrendered a home run in the 4th inning: one by Melky Cabrera, and one by Juan Uribe. The Sox middle infield played some great defense. Anderson and Brett Lawrie took away hits on well-struck shots by the Indians. Todd Frazier drew a couple of walks, so he might be getting a better command of the strike zone.

In the end, David Robertson could not hold the Indians in check in a non-save situation. Falling behind Davis 2-0 in the bottom of the 10th, he gave up a leadoff double. Kipnis sacrificed him to third, and the Sox added an extra infielder and drew in the two outfielders. Robertson intentionally walked Francisco Lindor and Napoli, then jammed Carlos Santana into a pop foul to Frazier. With two out, the Sox reset to standard defense. But Jose Ramirez's hot grounder skipped under Abreu's glove, winning the game for Cleveland.

The Sox move on to Boston on Monday to face the tough Red Sox. Miguel Gonzalez faces Steven Wright at 6:10 pm on WPWR My50.

That's all folks:
Facing heartbreak day after day like Charlie Brown.

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