Los Angeles Dodgers

Cleveland blasts Dodgers in the 11th

john dmytrukCorrespondent IJune 22, 2008

The Indians broke 1-1 tie in the eleventh inning by scoring 6 runs.
The Indians broke the game open after the Dodgers replaced Wade with Proctor in the eleventh with two men on bases. Peralta hit a single to left off a Proctor and Carroll scored. Then Francisco scored next off a Blake single left. Shoppach comes up with Blake on first and Peralta on second. He singles to left to bring in Peralta and Blake.

The Dodgers replaced Proctor with Troncoso after he walked Velandia. Next up Sizemore who single to right bringing in Choo and moving Shoppach to third and Velandia to second. Shoppach closed out the scoring on Carroll scarifice out to right fielder Young who through the ball to first base. First baseman Loney through the ball to third baseman Dewitt who tagged out Velandia thus ending the inning for the Indians.

The Dodgers did score one run in the eleventh when Martin scored on Loney double to left. Maza ended the game popping out to second basemen Carroll.

The Indians scored first on homer by Sabathia in the third. The Dodgers Kemp hit a homer to left in the sixth to tie the game.

The Indians Kobayashi gets the win while Wade gets the loss.

The loss leaves the Dodgers with a two game losing streak. The Indians lead the series 2-0. They finish the series on Sunday when Byrd will face the Dodgers' Billingsly.

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