Player of the Game
Jason Kipnis won the day as a whole with a combined score of 10.68, but he didn't win the Player of the Game in either game individually. Michael Bourn won the honors in game two as the fire starter the Indians needed. He scored the first run of the game in the first inning and the tying run in the ninth. In all, he had three singles, two runs and an RBI and was great on the base paths. Bourn's POG score of 4.25 beat out the big RBI guys including Nick Swisher (3.97) who hit the game winning home run and Mark Reynolds (3.21) who hit an equally important, though less emotional, solo home run in the sixth.
The Indians didn't leave all their runs for the first game of the double header. They got started early again in game two, scoring four times in the first inning. Again, Jason Kipnis was right in the middle of things, hitting an RBI single in his first at bat and scoring on a wild pitch later in the inning. Carlos Santana and Michael Brantl...