Guyer makes catch at wall: Before the ninth-inning drama, the closest the Tigers came to a late-inning rally was an eighth-inning line drive from Nicholas Castellanos to the right-field wall. What looked like an extra-base hit and the tying run in scoring position became the second out of the inning thanks to a leaping catch from Brandon Guyer, who crashed into the wall. It was one of two well-struck liners from Castellanos that went for outs. Brandon Mike Napoli Jersey Guyer makes a great leaping grab and crashes into the wall in right field to rob Nicholas Castellanos of a hit in the 8th inning "He has hit a lot of balls hard," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "His [.255] average is well below what it normally would be." "Tonight Roberto Perez jerseys shows me as much as anything. We saw it last year plenty of times. We know what he can do when he's on, when he has location and everything is working. He's been like that all year. This was the first time we've seen him go out and be searching. The fact that he can get through those innings and find a way is honestly probably a better trait than anything else he's got." -- Indians relief ace Andrew Miller, on Allen's save Andrew Miller strikes out four over two innings of relief, allowing just one hit in the Indians' 3-2 win over the Tigers Tigers second baseman Ian Mike Napoli Jerseys Kinsler left the game after six innings with left hamstring tightness. Kinsler grounded into a fielder's choice to Corey Kluber Jerseys end the fifth, but he stayed in at second base for the sixth. Andrew Romine replaced him at second to begin the seventh. Ausmus said after the game that he hadn't spoken to Kinsler, but would have an update Thursday. Miguel Cabrera tried an aggressive play on the bases in his second game back from the disabled list, but saw it backfire. Cabrera, who missed a week and a half with a right groin strain, took off for third base on Martinez's fourth-inning grounder to shortstop Francisco Lindor, but Carlos Santana fired across the infield. Cabrera pointed his finger and shook his head at umpire Chris Guccione's call that Ramirez tagged him out at third trying to advance. But a two-minute, 38-second review couldn't definitively determine whether Cabrera beat the tag. The call stood, erasing a key baserunner in scoring position. Carlos Santana makes a strong throw to third to nab Miguel Cabrera attempting to advance, and the call stands after the Tigers challenge "I was worried about him when he was running in the game until that point," Ausmus said. "When he took off there, I knew he was fine." "I thought the whole play was good," Francona said. "I thought Frankie did a good job of stopping him. Carlos had a little bit of a double clutch, but it was a real strong throw. You don't see a lot of first basemen make throws like that. I thought it was a good play all around." In the fifth inning, the Indians challenged a ruling at second base, but that call also stood after a replay review. Collins moved up from first on a flyout to left by Alex Avila, sliding into second as the shortstop Lindor applied a tag. Cleveland challenged whether Collins came off the bag while Lindor had his glove on the runner. Collins was deemed safe after the review, and he then scored Cleveland Indians Jerseys on a single by Adduci. I want to buy one? Welcome to our store