Jeremy Sowers and Shin-Soo Choo both made Indians history and a lot of fans Friday night. Sowers…
Sowers Superb, Shuts Out Twins
"He was in command of the ballgame the whole way," said manager Eric Wedge. "The offense took advantage of opportunities, but Sowers didn't give the other team anything. He was very sharp." He did it against the hottest hitting team in baseball. The Twins had accumulated 11 or more hits in every game during an eight-game winning streak -- but didn't get a runner to second base against Cleveland's little lefty. "I'd like to take this game and make it the next 30 for us," Indians pitching coach Carl Willis. "He threw first-pitch strikes to 21 batters, had a good fastball, moved it around, used a good slider, moved it around -- and really kept guys off with an outstanding changeup. "He maintained it all through the end, too. That says a lot." Coming on the heels of his last outing, a 5-2 loss in Minnesota in which he gave up 11 hits over seven innings made it all the more impressive. Sowers (2-3) was in complete command. He walked one, fanned four and went to a three-ball count only...
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