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That is how the Cleveland Indians secured a 5-4 win against the Boston Red Sox in Major League Baseball on Monday.

Miller began the seventh by walking Red Sox star Mookie Betts on six pitches - including a number of fastballs that failed to reach 90 miles per hour - and then threw one pitch to Andrew Benintendi before walking off the mound. The left-hander came off of the disabled list on August 18th after spending 16 days on the DL with the same injury.

"It was kind of not really crisp the first pitches", he said.

Miller is 4-3 with a 1.65 ERA in 48 appearances.

But as Guyer rushed to third base, Brock Holt threw the ball away, allowing the former to reach home plate.

Jackson is just getting a routine day off Tuesday. Carrasco was unable to get out of the second inning despite being staked to a five-run lead versus Boston three weeks ago.

The victory went to Cody Allen (1-6), who pitched a scoreless top of the ninth.

What seemed like a back and forth of a let's see who can hit the most home runs contest.

With the game tied at four in the bottom of the 9th, Guyer hit a lead off double to left field against Boston pitcher Brandon Workman to put a man on second with no outs.

Eduardo Rodriguez allowed three runs in 5 2/3 innings for Boston. NY was off on Monday.

The Red Sox got a pair of two-run home runs, from Andrew Benintendi in the first inning and Hanley Ramirez in the fifth.

The season edge was huge, said Indians manager Terry Francona Monday.

NOTES: Indians RHP Josh Tomlin threw a three-inning simulated game Monday. he has been on the disabled list since July 31 with a strained left hamstring.

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