Things turn sour quick for the Indians as they lose game two
The Indians were hoping to continue their modest four-game winning streak on Tuesday.
The Indians were hoping to continue their modest four-game winning streak on Tuesday. Pitcher, Josh Tomlin returned from Triple-A Columbus to aid in a 9-2 Tribe loss against the Cincinnati Reds. The in-state rivalry at Progressive field turned sour right from the get go when Chisenhall errored at third and allowed the first Reds run to score. And they just kept coming after that. Ramon Santiago blasted a 3-run homer in the second and the Indians couldn't seem to get a handle on Reds right handed pitcher, Johnny Cueto.
Our Cleveland boys are 57-56 and will try again against the Reds Wednesday evening in Cinci at 7:10PM.