The Tribe went down in order in the 4th and 5th innings, then threatened in the 6th.  With two outs in the 6th, Carrasco lost his no-hitter, and the first hit was his own fault.  Presley smacked a sharp grounder to the left of first base, which Duda was able to get to.  Duda made the play, then went to throw to first base -- but Carrasco was not there.  He had not left the mound to cover first base, maybe thinking that Duda was not going to get to  the ball and it would be a hit for Presley -- which kind of turned into a self-fulfililng prophecy.  Bowker followed with a grounder up the middle for another single, moving Presley to third, but 3B Matt Hague flied out to end the inning.   Carrasco struck out the side in the 7th inning, which ended his evening...

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