Despite rallying from four runs down the Indians lost in Texas 6-4.
The Rangers jumped out to a 4-0 lead when Rougned Odor slammed a two-run homer in the fourth, part of a four run uprising in the inning.
Lonnie Chisenhall would start the Tribe rally in the third when he belted a three run homer, his fourth of the year. Asdrubal Cabrera tied it in the fourth with a solo homer to right. The game remained tied until the seventh inning when Michael Choice slugged a home run to put Texas up 5-4. They added one more in the 8th to put it away and win it 6-4.
Trevor Bauer gave up four runs in 6.1 innings of work.
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