Dodgers 5, Indians 5
Kluber recorded his first strikeout of the year, getting Adrian Gonzalez to chase a changeup in the dirt.
Yan Gomes continued his defensive dominance, picking off fellow catcher Yasmani Grandal at first base to end the first inning.
In the The Tribe turned a nice double play in the third, with Carlos Santana making a great scoop on a tough hop. Santana has continued his strong defense that he flashed in the second half of 2014 after moving to first base permanently. It’s becoming increasingly apparent that Santana might be able to provide average to above average defense at first this year, a big boost for the Tribe after their subpar defensive performance in 2014.
The Tribe looked to be out of it until they got two men on with nobody out in the ninth. Then Ryan Rohlinger brought the game within one with a three run homer to left field.
Brett Hayes followed Rohlinger with a home run of his own to tie the game at 5, completing the four run comeback before the Dodgers could even get one out. The game ended as a tie but the Indians must have been happy to end the game on a good note.