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Indians take series opener in walk-off fashion (0:58)
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Indians walk off on Red Sox error (0:34)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Indians 5, Red Sox 4: Brandon Guyer scored from second base on a bunt, and the Indians walked off the Red Sox in the opener of a four-game series. Boston coughed up a one-run lead in the eighth inning when Cleveland rallied to tie the game. Guyer opened the ninth with a double. Roberto Perez dropped down a bunt that was fielded by first baseman Brock Holt, who hesitated before throwing wide of third base, enabling Guyer to score.

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Ramirez smacks two-run dinger to left (0:24)
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Umpire gets hit in mask on warmup pitch (0:26)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Seven pitches into the seventh inning, Andrew Miller is finished. Leaving the game with an apparent injury after brief meeting with Indians manager Terry Francona and a trainer. Miller waited for a while before the inning began while umpire Alan Porter suited up to take over behind the plate, then walked Mookie Betts before going to a 1-0 count on Andrew Benintendi. No clear indication of nature of injury.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Home-plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt is leaving the game one batter after taking a Joe Kelly warmup pitch deflected off catcher Christian Vazquez's glove and hit him in the head. Wendelstedt stayed in the game initially. Being replaced by second-base ump Alan Porter to begin the top of the seventh.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Mitch Moreland passed concussion protocol but scratched from Red Sox lineup with sore neck after collision with Brett Gardner yesterday.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

David Price threw off flat ground from 60 feet today in Boston, his first throws since last Tuesday. Assuming no recurrence of stiffness or other issues, he will throw again tomorrow.

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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

RB Rex Burkhead touches on one of the themes in the Patriots' locker room Monday: How the team is treating Friday's preseason game at Detroit with a regular-season type feel.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

At the end of Bill Belichick's news conference Monday, he was asked in lighthearted fashion if he was an eclipse guy. He smiled, then shrugged his shoulders. "Yeah, yeah. It's great," he said, before walking away from the podium (still smiling).

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Eclipse Watch ... on the full-service video board at Progressive Field.

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Stephen A. and Kellerman worried about Yankees (1:27)
Stats & Info

New additions revive Red Sox offense

Boston easily paced the majors in runs scored last year, but this season, the first without David Ortiz, has been a different story. However, there's been a noticeable uptick in offense since the arrival of Eduardo Nunez and Rafael Devers.

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9-hole continues to suit JBJ well

Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a two-run triple and an RBI single in the Red Sox's win Sunday. It was the 10th time in his five major league seasons that Bradley has driven in at least three runs batting ninth. The only other Boston player with as many such games is Butch Hobson, who had 11. No other active player has more than six three-RBI games from the bottom of the lineup. (Elias Sports Bureau)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is how Tom Brady, during his weekly interview on sports radio WEEI, described his 16-snap workload in Saturday's preseason game against the Texans: "I didn't play a ton, but certainly played enough to get out there and kind of feel what the rhythm of the game is like. It's always good in the preseason to be able to do that. So I was glad we got a chance to go down and score and hopefully we can build on it this week."