The Cleveland Indians and the Kansas City Royals played twice Monday evening in a late-season doubleheader. Game one saw Triston McKenzie pitch 4.1 innings, giving up 7 earned runs and throwing four strikeouts. That earned McKenzie the loss, as the Royals’ started Brady Singer who pitched a full game, throwing 7 strikeouts and giving up 2 earned runs.

Cleveland made an appearance on the scoreboard during the fifth inning when José Ramírez singled to centerfield, scoring Myles Straw and Austin Hedges. The Indians lost game one by a score of 7 to 2.

The Tribe’s pitching didn’t bounce back in game two. In what was deemed a bullpen game Nick Wittgren gave the Royals two earned runs in the first, which resulted in his early retirement from the bout.

Andres Gimenez and Bobby Bradley each notched a solo homerun, but it wasn’t enough to avoid the loss. Kansas City beat Cleveland 4 to 2 in game two. The Indians will look to bounce back against the Kansas City Royals Tuesday night with Cal Quantrill getting the start on the mound.