Rangers' Napoli shown love in Indians ring ceremony

Cleveland Indians Edwin Encarnacion left and Carlos Santana celebrate after both score on Lonnie Chisenhall's two-run single in the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers Monday

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Manager Terry Francona #17 of the Cleveland Indians looks out from the dugout while Bench Coach Brad Mills #2 posts lineups on the wall before the start of the game against the Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field on April 12, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. In the second inning, Elvis Andrus added a three-run home of his own, putting the Rangers up 7-1. "But for us to come back the way we did shows the drive that we have to win". Pham - batting leadoff - went two for three with three runs scored, an RBI, two walks and a stolen base.

Nolasco (3-9) gave up five hits while striking out five and walking two in 6 2/3 innings. "This is the best win of the year". That would be all the Rangers would score in the game, though, as all they could do was sit and watch Cleveland catch up and then overtake them to win the game, 15-9, courtesy of 13 unanswered runs. "I got behind the hitters and when I tried to throw strikes, they got me". They sit 13.5 back of the Astros, but all hope is not lost: They're just two games out of a wild card spot, as the 39-35 Twins are holding onto the second one in the AL.

This All-Star Game is the first one that has gone back to the old ways of being an exhibition after deciding home-field advantage in the World Series for over a decade. "We're just glad that the doctors checked him out, and hopefully we'll know more tomorrow". He underwent a battery of tests and was released a few hours later. He also missed a game previous year in Washington for a health concern.

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It was the shortest start of the season for Carrasco, who allowed three home runs and a season-high eight runs after entering the night with an 8-3 record and among the American League leaders with a 2.99 ERA over 14 starts.

While the crowd cheered Napoli, Rangers catcher Jonathan Lucroy was booed every time he came to the plate.

"I think coming off the type of series we just came off of, any win would be a good win", reliever Bryan Shaw said after picking up the win. Indians OF Austin Jackson left Sunday's game with tightness in his left quad. Chapman retired Avisail Garcia and Todd Frazier to finish his eighth save and first since returning from the disabled list a week ago.

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