In the first game of Friday's doubleheader, Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor drove home a run in the ninth on a single to shallow center.
2017 Mike Moustakas: 36 and counting 1985 Steve Balboni: 36 1995 Gary Gaetti: 35 1975 John Mayberry : 34 1998 Dean Palmer: 34 1987 Danny Tartabull: 34
The Royals still have 29 games to play after Friday night, so Moustakas has plenty of time to break the tie with Balboni and take over sole possession of first place on the team's single-season home run list.
He has given the Red Sox a real nice shot in the arm, and they've needed it, because David Price is still sidelined with an elbow issue and Eduardo Rodriguez hasn't been all that great the last few weeks.
Friday night in Miami, future Hall of Famer Ichiro Suzuki tied the MLB record for pinch-hitting appearances in a single season.
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