The Cleveland Indians lost games one and two against the Texas Rangers by a combined 7-15 score. On Wednesday night, the Indians got a measure of revenge, powering past the Rangers 12-3.
In the pivitol third inning, the Indians ran a dozen batters through the Rangers, and five players drove in at least one run and and the Tribe produced seven hits (four for extra bases).
“Everybody was getting involved,” Indians center fielder Michael Bourn said. “These games don’t happen all the time, but when they do happen, it feels good. You just try to keep that momentum going into the next game that you play.