Get to know more about Bob DiBiasio as we go "Beyond the Dugout" with the Cleveland Indians Senior Vice President, Public Affairs. News' Dave Chudowsky: Bobby DiBiasio joins me now on "Beyond the Dugout." years… Cleveland Indians' Bob DiBiasio: Yeah, it has gone by, David, in the wink of an eye: 42 years, 41 with the Tribe.
After getting their first taste of victory in 10 days, the Cleveland Indians will try to start a winning streak as their four-game series at Detroit continues through the weekend. The Indians snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 10-3 victory in the series opener on Thursday. Zach Plesac (3-2, 2.20 ERA) will start Friday's game for the Indians. Plesac gave up five runs, including three home runs, in seven innings during an 8-4 loss to Minnesota on Saturday.
Seattle, the only team with an outside chance of grabbing one of the final two spots in the AL, lost to San Francisco, 6-4, as the Giants rallied for three runs in the seventh inning powered by a Wilmer Flores triple. Indians magic number: 6 With just nine games remaining in the regular season, the Indians and Blue Jays are in good position to claim wild card spots in the AL postseason. Here’s a look back at last night’s action and at what’s on tap for Friday in the chase for MLB’s playoffs.