The American League players defeated the National League team 2-1 in Tuesday night's game, with a little help from the Cleveland Indians All-Stars.
Five Indians players, including Jose Ramirez, Michael Brantley, Francisco Lindor, and Andrew Miller were honored during the All-Star Game. Corey Kluber was also selected to play, but did not because he pitched during the regular season recently. The players' highlights include:
A good night for the Cleveland Indians. pic.twitter.com/IfQ8OXp0T6— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) July 12, 2017
The coaches from the previous year's World Series teams are normally scheduled to coach the All-Star teams, but since Terry Francona recently underwent a heart procedure, he sat out. Cleveland's bench coach Brad Mills subbed in for Tito. His absence did not go unnoticed:
Let's hope the momentum and success for the Indians in the All-Star Game can carry on into the second half of the regular season and into the playoffs!
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