The Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals began their All-Star break a little earlier than expected
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals began their All-Star break a little earlier than expected.
Their Sunday afternoon game was postponed 90 minutes before the scheduled first pitch at Progressive Field.
It will be made up as part of a seven-inning doubleheader on Sept. 20 in Cleveland.
The Indians won the first three games of the series, the first two with game-ending homers in the ninth inning by Franmil Reyes and Bobby Bradley. Cleveland had lost a season-high nine straight before Kansas City arrived in town.
The Royals have lost eight straight to Cleveland for the first time since 2016.
Royals: Host Baltimore in a three-game series beginning Friday.
Indians: Visit Oakland for the opener of a three-game series Friday.
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