CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Indians battle against the Detroit Tigers in Progressive Field on Tuesday occurred at 8:07 pm before the start of the fourth innings with a weather delay as threatening skies surrounded the baseball field.
**  The current game is scheduled for 22:15 clock restart, according to the Indians .
It's the second night in a row that Cleveland and Detroit are late because of bad weather. The Monday competition, which was won by the Indians 8: 6, included a 54-minute rain delay, which began at 21
The Indians led the Tigers 7-0, as team principal Laz Diaz, the tarp asked to cover the field.
Jake Bauers in the second field, Francisco, defeated an RBI single on the left field Lindor delivered a one-two to the right and rookie Oscar Mercado battled against Detroit starter Ryan Carpenter in the right corner.
Jose Ramirez added a RBI double win in the third round and later met with a Tigers mistake. Rookie right-hander Zach Plesac had challenged the minimum number of Detroit batters through three innings for Cleveland. both nights. Detroit returns to Cleveland for a three-game series from September 17th to 19th.
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