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Its game two of this road trip, with Chris Sale being handed the keys to the mound office. Such a tough loss yesterday, Jose Quintana had a better outing yesterday, solid pitching. Had a few innings of three up and three down. The boys could just not get the bats warmed up to get many hits, let alone runs.
First Inning – Alejandro De Aza, Jeff Keppinger(double) and Alex Rios (single) will open the batting today. Dunn, Paul Konerko (single) , Dayan Viciedo
Indians - 2 out, two run double. score tied
*2 – 2
Second Inning - Conor Gillaspie (single), Alexei Ramirez,( Single) , Tyler Flowers, De Aza, Keppinger
Unable to take advantage of base runners. Light Rain falling
*2 – 2
Third Inning – Rios, Dunn, Konerko,
Pitch count for Chris is 50, with 32 strikes
Two out base hit, runner scores from second
*3 – 2 (Indians)
Fourth Inning - Viciedo, Gillaspie, Ramirez,
*3 – 2 (Sale’s pitch count at 70)
Fifth Inning - Flowers, De Aza, Keppinger (single), Rios ( Coach Bobby Thigpen to mound)( Coach Ventura out, Chris hands the mound keys to Deunte Heath
Indians have bases loaded. (batter hit by pitch)
*9- 2 (tribe grand slam)( 2 run homer)
Sixth Inning - Dunn, Konerko, Viciedo,
*9 – 2
Seventh Inning - Gillaspie, Ramirez (hit by pitch), Flowers, De Aza (Home run) , Keppinger
Take a stretch kids. (Donnie Veal got the keys to the mound)
*9 – 4
Eighth Inning - Rios, Dunn, Konerko,
*9 – 4 (Addison Reed has been passed the mound keys)
Ninth Inning - Viciedo, Gillaspie, Ramirez (double), Flowers
And that kids is the game. Go get warmed up its bloody cold in Cleveland. Addison Reed hangs up the keys for the night. Jake Peavy will open the mound tomorrow for the final game.
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