Toronto, Ontario - The Indians have done one thing incredibly well throughout the postseason: play error-free, fundamental baseball. That got away from them in Game 4, especially in the 7th inning when Bryan Shaw took the mound, promptly gave up a single, and then threw the ball away on the next play when Jose Bautista hit a weak dribbler in front of the mound.
Shaw followed that up by intentionally walking Josh Donaldson to load the bases, and Edwin Encarnacion made the Indians pay with a two-run single to make it 4-1. The Tribe never recovered.
But Shaw says they can recover quickly from this loss, and look ahead to putting the Jays away in Game 5.
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