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Cleveland (AP) —Indians have shown they can make a comeback with a raise, too.

Bobby Bradley’s sacrificial fly won the second half of the Cleveland Rally, winning the Indians 3-2 on Sunday, and streaking 11 games against Tampa Bay.

The Indian, who was swept for the first time since May 1 and was about to drop below .500 and had only one run in seven innings against Rays starter Ryan Yarbrough, was the eighth off-relief Matt Wisler (3-4 ). ) Repelled.

“It shows personality,” said Demarlo Hale, Indians Bank coach, who assisted coach Terry Francona, who has been sick for two consecutive games. “You won’t give up. These guys have a certain resilience. “

That win ended a memorable weekend for Cleveland. This included a team that announced the name would change to Guardians later that season.

The Indians also flipped the raise mirror. Raise has taken 30 come-from-behind wins and leads the major seven times later with 192 runs.

Caesar Hernandez finished eighth in the singles before Wisler received the Amed Rosary. Harold Ramirez delivered an RBI single that tied the game before Bradley hit the fly deep enough to win the rosary before Kevin Kiermaier’s throw.

“It’s not just a win, it’s really exciting,” Ramirez said through an interpreter. “But it’s also very exciting to do it in the second half of the innings like we did because of the recent losses they took out of our pockets.”

Hernandez is also home to the Indians, whose playoff hopes are rapidly dwindling.

James Karinchak (7-2) threw an inning, Emanuel Klaas made his ninth save with his 12th save, and for the first time since June 16, the Indians improved to 6-16 in their last 22 games.

Nelson Cruz reached his second home run in three games at Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay is one game ahead of Boston, number one in the American League East.

Cruz, who took part in the raise Friday after the club won a trade with Minnesota, made a 438th home run at Triston McKenzie’s sixth out and put Andre Dawson of the Hall of Famer on his 45 career list.

Cruz led the Rays 2-1 and took a solo shot in the middle on his 21st home run in 2021.

“Man, he hits the ball hard,” said Rays manager Kevin Cash. “The ball is not expected to be thrown into dead center.”

Hernandez took the first lead on his 17th home run. It was the 18th lead-off homer for the second baseman and the 5th in 2021.


Francona took a break at home, recovering from the bad cold he had during the team’s last road trip. Indians rest again on Monday, giving their 62-year-old child more time to be healthy.

Beaver is too late

Shane Bieber is not recovering from shoulder pain as quickly as the Indians wanted.

Active ALCy Young winners have been on the injured list since June 14th. He’s playing catch at 18 m and is not ready to go up the hill.

Baseball president Chris Antonetti has shown that right-handed people have nowhere to come back.

“Probably a little slower than expected,” he said. “It’s only a little bit left. He always feels better, but it may not be the pace we normally expected. “

If the Indians keep falling out of the playoff bout, they could shut down the All-Stars for the remainder of 2021.

Beaver was 7-4 with an ERA of 3.28 before the Indians placed him in Illinois.

Coach room

Raise: In Saturday’s match, All-Star C Mike Zunino paused after smearing the ball off his knees. … RHP Collin McHugh was added to the injured list on July 22nd due to poor fatigue. LHP Ryan Sherriff has been recalled from Triple A Durham.

Indian: DH Franmil Reyes was originally on the line-up but scratched an hour before the opening ceremony. He missed a lot of time earlier this season due to diagonal tension. … 3B Jose Ramirez (elbow) has reached the planned holiday. … RHP Aaron Civale (sprained finger) throws a fastball-only bullpen session on Tuesday. This is an important step in his rehab. Civale was 10-2 when he started on June 21.


Raise: After a day off, we’re starting a three-game series with the New York Yankees on Tuesday. The left-hander Shane McClanahan (4-3) will open the game.

Indians: Have a welcome holiday before opening a two-game series against the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday. Cleveland’s Calcuan Trill (2-2) meets Adam Wainwright (7-6).

Cleveland Indians Amed Rosario (right) scored in eight baseball games in Cleveland on Sunday, July 25, 2021 as Tampa Bay Rays catcher Francisco Mejia waited for the ball. Make. (AP Photo / Tony Dejak)