Found May 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
DETROIT -- The Indians showed the kind of team they have on Sunday.Showed their grit and their talent in beating the Detroit Tigers 4-3 in 10 innings.Down 3-2 in the top of the ninth, the Indians got a game-tieing hit from Michael Brantley, then a game-winner from pinch-hitter Mark Reynolds in the 10th.With Chris Perez advising Terry Francona he had slight shoulder soreness (Francona said its not a big deal), Joe Smith pitched the ninth, Rich Hill two-thirds of the 10th and Cody Allen the final hitter to get his first save.The list goes on.Asdrubal Cabrera turned another eye-opening double-play in the ninth and started the 10th with a double.Michael Bourn scored the tieing run after a pinch-hit walk and stolen base.Zack McAllister held the Tigers to three runs in six innings.Thats the Indians, a collection of players without a superstar, but with pieces that fit and with parts that contribute.I thought, manager Terry Francona said, that was as much a team effort as youre ever going ...
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