The Cleveland Indians were shut out by the Chicago White Sox 11-0 in a game that would see the Indians Bull pen suffer in. The Tribe started Corey Kluber who would pitch for 5-2/3's giving up 5 hits and 4 runs and he struck out 6 hitters. The Cleveland Indians offense was a non-factor, they couldn't score even one run to stop the shut out.The Indians had a scary moments in the game when their star short stop was hit by a pitch and it looked like he hand damage to his thumb on his left hand.

Sandy Alomar would face the same problems former Indians Manny Acta faced in most of his games in the second half. The Indians offense couldn't get anything going. The heart of the  Indians batting order went hit-less. The Indians as a team only had two hits in the game. The White Sox starting pitcher Hector Santiago was able to shut down the Indians offense that scored 15 runs a day earlier. The Indians let the White Sox walk away with this one and with the win the White Sox are 3 game behind the Tigers and only have 2 games left to play. The Indians have now lost 93 games on the season.


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