Massive miscommunication leads to Indians' 9th-inning meltdown


The meltdown in cleveland tonight the effects of mickey callaway being gone have been felt in the indians bullpen last year cleveland's relievers had a two eighty nine ers the best in baseball this year five thirty seven the worst in the major leagues and tonight it got real bad the indians a four nothing lead over the reds entering the ninth inning cincinnati scored seven times all with two outs the reds lead the national league runs scored since may eighth that date stands out it's because it's the day that devon measure rocco was traded from the reds to the mets for matt harvey and since then no team in the league has scored more runs than cincinnati joey votto with a double in that ninthinning to break the tie that's after the red stormed back to begin with francisco endure and jose ramirez both hit home runs for the indians they have homered in the same game nine times this season the most by any duo in the major leagues but it was kyle crockett who got the win for the reds against cody allen rice shelly glaciers the save for cincinnati the indians who despite a an enormous lead in the american league central have some issues in their bullpen that they'll need to figure out before october tampa bay beat detroit tonight five to to another homer for wilson ramos is fourteenth is second in as many days jose alvarado the win over matthew boyd sergio romo to save for the rage oakland has won seventeen on.

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