Sport Indians beat Yankees 9-8 in 13 innings, take 2-0 ALDS lead

05:45  07 october  2017
05:45  07 october  2017 Source:   Associated Press

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Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor reacts after hitting a grand slam off New York Yankees relief pitcher Chad Green during the sixth inning of Game 2 of a baseball American League Division Series, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, in Cleveland.© AP Photo/Phil Long Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor reacts after hitting a grand slam off New York Yankees relief pitcher Chad Green during the sixth inning of Game 2 of a baseball American League Division Series, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, in Cleveland. CLEVELAND (AP) -- Yan Gomes singled home Austin Jackson from second base with none out in the 13th inning as the Cleveland Indians rallied from five runs down to stun the New York Yankees 9-8 Friday and snatch a 2-0 lead in the AL Division Series.

BOX SCORE: INDIANS 9, YANKEES 8 (13)

Jackson drew a leadoff walk in the 13th from Dellin Betances and stole second. Gomes went to a full count before pulling his bouncer just inside the third-base bag, easily scoring Jackson. The Indians poured out of their dugout to mob Gomes, who ended the 5-hour, 8-minute thriller.

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The Indians overcame an 8-3 deficit, a terrible start by ace Corey Kluber and a potentially serious injury to slugger Edwin Encarnacion. Francisco Lindor hit a grand slam in the sixth to rally Cleveland, right after a close call on a hit by pitch that the Yankees didn't challenge.

The Yankees had their chances late, but they stranded the go-ahead run at third in the ninth and 10th -- and had pinch-runner Ronald Torreyes picked off second in the 11th by Gomes from the behind the plate.

Cleveland will try for a sweep in Game 3 Sunday at Yankee Stadium.

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Indians' Edwin Encarnacion leaves ALDS with apparent ankle injury .
Edwin Encarnacion left Friday’s game against the New York Yankees after an awkward play at second base. © (Getty Images) Edwin Encarnacion Encarnacion was attempting to get back to the bag at second base when he twisted his right ankle. New York's Didi Gregorius, who caught a line drive by Jay Bruce, beat Encarnacion to the bag. Encarnacion appeared to jam his foot into the side of the bag. Here's a look at the play: Edwin Encarnacion's ankle injury. Yikes. pic.twitter.com/1TXEoG90iQ— Justin Russo (@FlyByKnite) October 6, 2017Encarnacion was helped off the field by trainers.

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