Good things are happening at Progressive Field.
Frank Herrmann struck out the side in the top of the seventh, and then, in the bottom half, Jack Hannahan hit his first home run as an Indians leading off, and Carlos Santana followed later in the inning with a two-run shot — Santana’s third hit of the day — as the Tribe, with two innings to go, has drawn within 14-7.
Is something historic about to take place in downtown Cleveland?
One thing is for sure: the Indians have given whatever fans still remained after falling behind 14-0 a reason to cheer, and maybe a reason to come back.
That would be a victory no matter what today’s final ends up being.