Watch Indians Rally From Five-Run Deficit, Walk-Off For Game 2 Win Vs. Yankees

by NESN Staff

October 6, 2017

The Cleveland Indians picked up their ace Friday night.

The New York Yankees knocked around Corey Kluber in Game 2 of the teams’ American League Division Series matchup, but the Indians laughed last.

Trailing 8-3, Cleveland mounted a comeback, starting in the sixth inning when when star shortstop Francisco Lindor crushed a grand slam off right-hander Chad Green.

And Jay Bruce, whom the Yankees tried to acquire in August, tied the game with a solo blast in the eighth.

The teams remained deadlocked until the 13th inning when catcher Yan Gomes sent the Indians fans home happy with a walk-off RBI double off Dellin Betances to give Cleveland a 9-8 win.

What a game.

The Indians take a 2-0 series lead to New York, where where Carlos Carrasco will take on Masahiro Tanaka on Sunday.

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