Indians 15, Rangers 9: The Rangers took a 4-0 lead after one, a 7-1 lead after two and had a 9-2 lead heading into the bottom of the fourth before the Indians decided to wake up and score 13 unanswered runs. Francisco Lindor, Lonnie Chisenhall and Carlos Santana each had three RBI as the Indians scored a run in the fourth, four in the fifth, five in the sixth and added three in the seventh. Cleveland set their season high in runs and tied their season best with 19 hits. Red Sox 4, Twins 1: Chris Sale outpitched Jose Berrios, allowing one run and striking out nine while working into the seventh inning. The Sox got to Berrios early with two in the first, including a Mitch Moreland homer.
Howie Kendrick is back in the Phillies' lineup. After a hamstring issue kept him out for most of the series in Arizona, Kendrick is back DHing for the Phillies in Seattle on Tuesday night. With his .361 batting average, Kendrick is one of the team's veteran trade chips. Odubel Herrera, who had been dropped lower than usual in the lineup last week, now gets a day off.
The main draw with having a pool at a baseball stadium is the possibility of baseballs being hit into the pool. It's a novelty that never stops being fun. It's even better when the pool is full of visiting fans. During Monday's game between the Diamondbacks and Phillies at Chase Field, left fielder Chris Herrmann hit a lead-off home run right into the pool and ruined a bunch of Phillies fans' pool party. This one dude wasn't happy at all. It costs a pretty penny to reserve that pool at Chase Field, but the Phillies are also terrible, so it makes sense that a pool would be needed to keep these visiting fans entertained. Plus, it was supposed to hit 109 degrees in Phoenix on Monday - a pool day