Labels: 1920 World Series, Cleveland Indians, Extra-Innings, Jhonny Peralta, Los Angeles Dodgers, Loss in Extra-Innings, Rally, Takashi Saito, Two-RBI Double
The Los Angeles Dodgers rallied back from a two-run deficit to push last night's game against the Cleveland Indians into extra-innings. But in the top of the tenth-inning, Jhonny Peralta hit a two-RBI double off of Takashi Saito. Los Angeles lost the game, 6-4, which was their first loss to the Indians since the 1920 World Series.
Update: Russell Martin said, ""I don't know if it's something physical, but he's having a hard time locating the fastball on his glove side -- away to right-handers." I wonder if it's his age (39-years-old) getting to him. Hopefully, he'll get to the bottom of this and continue being a dominant closer in the National League.