Indians beat Phillies 5-2, remain tied for 2nd AL wild card

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Indians beat Phillies 5-2, remain tied for 2nd AL wild card
Indians beat Phillies 5-2, remain tied for 2nd AL wild card

Indians beat Phillies 5-2, remain tied for 2nd AL wild card The Indians are thriving under the pressure of playoff-race baseball. Philadelphia? Not so much. Carlos Carrasco got his first save in five years, and Cleveland beat the Phillies 5-2 Friday night to remain tied with Tampa Bay for the second AL wild card at 91-63. Cleveland trails AL Central-leading Minnesota by four games. "It's what we come to the ballpark to do and what we play for," All-Star MVP Shane Bieber said. "It's a special time of the year. I know I'm one of the guys to be truly extremely excited about the position we're in." Bieber (15-7) allowed two runs and seven hits in 7 1/3 innings with seven strikeouts and no walks.

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