Baltimore Orioles

“Nice little meeting' helps Indians turn game upside down in win over O's


CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Indians had what Jason Kipnis called a “nice little meeting’ before they played the Orioles on Thursday night, the first game in an 11-game homestand that may help determine how they’ll spend the rest of this season.


Thursday night they rallied three times to beat Baltimore, 14-7, to stay 4½ games behind the Twins in the AL Central.


In lopsided wins over the White Sox and Orioles, the Indians have scored 23 runs and hit seven homers.


After Thursday’s 14-7 win over Baltimore, Francona said the Indians showed personality by coming back from 2-1, 5-1 and 7-6 deficits.


Roberto Perez struck out and Francisco Lindor was intentionally walked to load the bases so Fry could pitch to Kipnis.


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