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2018 Schedule
12-9, 1st in AL Cent
Happ has himself a day, homers to left (0:25)
Schwarber goes yard twice vs. Indians (0:44)
Cubs return to Cleveland, where World Series curse ended (2:17)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Carlos Carrasco joins Rick Porcello and Luis Severino as the AL's only four-game winners, as the Indians topped the Orioles 2-1. Cleveland has won nine of 12 to take hold of the AL Central. Meanwhile, Baltimore is 12 games out of first with a week left in April, which is no small feat.

Alonso's 2-run homer the only offense Indians need (0:24)

BBTN: Price out, grading the rebuilds, Numbers Game

Buster and Keith Law discuss the Reds' decision to fire Bryan Price, grade the progress of various rebuilds and more (:16). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (21:37) and some "Inside Heat" on the Cubs from Jesse Rogers (26:53).


LaMarre's single lifts Twins over Indians 2-1 in 16 innings

Eddie Rosario scored the winning run in his homeland in the bottom of the 16th inning, coming around on Ryan LaMarre's single to lift the Minnesota Twins over the Cleveland Indians 2-1 on Wednesday night to split their two-game series in Puerto Rico.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Great win for the Twins to take the second game in Puerto Rico with a 2-1 victory in 16 innings as Ryan LaMarre drove in Eddie Rosario with the walk-off base hit. Puerto Rico native Jose Berrios threw seven scoreless innings for the Twins, while the Indians can only kick themselves as they failed to get down three sacrifice bunt attempts and Jason Kipnis booted what should have been a double play in the 16th inning.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Indians hitting coach Víctor Rodríguez, who was born and raised in Puerto Rico, has great memories of playing at Hiram Bithorn Stadium. Rodríguez was Puerto Rican winter ball batting champion in 1986-87 (.377 AVG)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Francisco Lindor, who's 0-for-3 vs fellow Puerto Rican José Berríos tonight, watching him closely from the dugout.

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Puerto Rico blackout won't impact MLB game

An island-wide blackout in Puerto Rico is not expected to impact Wednesday's MLB game in San Juan between the Indians and Twins.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's the official statement from the Puerto Rico Series Director of Operations John Blakeman on the general power outage in Puerto Rico and whether it would affect the Indians-Twins game tonight, scheduled for 7:00pm ET on ESPN: "This has not taken us by surprise. We are fully prepared. Every area of Hiram Bithorn Stadium can run on generators that have a capacity to run for 48 hours. The main building runs on two generators, one of 400 kilowatts and another one of 200 for a total of 600 kilowatts. Each light tower operates with an independent generator of 200 kilowatts. The game will not be affected at all."

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.21530th
On Base Percentage.28429th
Slugging Percentage.36226th
Earned Run Average2.572nd
Quality Starts163rd