By: Anthony Corsi, Intern
In this 2014 season, The Indians have been stellar, to say the least, at home, but what about on the road? The road is where teams either make or break it, especially in the great sport of baseball. However, the Tribe has come up with a way to start winning on the road, beating the Texas Rangers back-to-back this past weekend. This puts the Tribe above .500 for the first time since April 9th when they were 5-4. With a somewhat disappointing record on the road still, improving to 12-20, Cleveland is finding a way to move up the ladder in the AL Central, only being 2.5 games behind Detroit now.
The Tribe has won nine of the last eleven games with third baseman, Lonnie Chisenhall, playing a huge factor in this turn around on the road, hitting a solid .365 while going 2-for-4 for the Tribe on Sunday against the Rangers. The momentum for this young team is on an upswing with nothing but victory in the foreseeable future. If the Tribe can find ways to keep wining on the road there will be no doubt that this team will quickly turn some heads this season, so stay tuned!