2000 Hall of Fame Game
Luis Terrero led off the inning with a single and scored on Hanley Frías’ double to begin the rally. Five runs later, the Diamondbacks' rally was finally extinguished.
Cleveland got one back in the top of the ninth on a sacrifice fly that scored Zach Sorenson, but that was as close as it could get.
Six different Cleveland players had multi-hit games, and Ramírez led the way with two RBI. The Indians had 17 hits on the day while the Diamondbacks totaled 15.
For Arizona, Colbrunn’s three RBI were a game-high, though three other Diamondbacks had two RBI.
C.C. Sabathia, who had turned 20 years old just three days earlier, started and pitched three innings for the Indians, giving up three runs on three hits and striking out four. None of the 10 pitchers used in the game pitched more than four innings.
Terrero won the game’s Most Valuable Player Award after a 2-for-4 performance that included two runs scored and several run-saving defensive plays in center field.