The 27-year-old Castro is batting.313 with 12 home runs and 45 RBIs in 73 games in his second season with NY.
"I think coming off the type of series we just came off of, any win would be a good win", Shaw said. Six other Indians, including Francisco Lindor, also had multi-hit games. I'm going to make the most of today. Last August, he missed a game after experiencing chest pains but was back the next day. "He's done it quite a few times". Andrus, in the midst of a breakout season, collected three hits with three runs scored and four RBIs on the night. Gallo struck out three times Friday, and his 101 strikeouts made him the first American League hitter to reach the century mark in strikeouts.
"It's an unbelievable thing that happened, being able to turn it into something special to raise money for kids", he said.
Shortly after Francona left the game (a dramatic come-from-behind 15-9 victory over the Texas Rangers), the Indians announced that the 58-year-old was examined by the medical staff and checked out "fine".
Mike Clevinger held the Rangers to one run and two hits, striking out a career-high nine in six innings.
Allen also gave up a go-ahead home run to Minnesota's Brian Dozier in the eighth inning Saturday in another non-save situation. "I just tried to change speeds and stay out of the middle of the plate". Michael Brantley, Bradley Zimmer, and Lonnie Chisenhall are in the outfield for Cleveland on Tuesday against right-hander Tyson Ross and the Texas Rangers.
Treading in uncommon waters, the Indians lit the Rangers up for 19 hits and 15 runs, but did not hit a single home run.
Cole Hamels, in his first start back from the disabled list, allowed one run each in three of the first four frames and then came completely unglued in the fifth, notching just one out in the inning while giving up four more runs.
Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Cody Allen reacts after giving up a solo home run to Texas Rangers' Adrian Beltre in the ninth inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, June 27, 2017, in Cleveland. Every starter except Kipnis had at least two hits. He now has 450 homers for his career, all alone in 39 place after breaking a tie with Jeff Bagwell and Vladimir Guerrero.
A seven-run deficit turned into a three-run lead in two innings.
-The New York Yankees placed second baseman Starlin Castro on the 10-day disabled list.
Trevor Bauer (6-6, 5.53 ERA) starts for Cleveland on Wednesday.