Josh Naylor connected for a three-run homer in the eighth again Sunday — his third go-ahead homer in that same inning in the series — and the Cleveland Guardians held on for a 4-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday.

After Angels manager Phil Neven had José Ramírez intentionally walked to him, Naylor drove a 2-0 pitch from reliever Carlos Estévez with two outs over the wall in right to snap a 1-1 tie.

On Friday, Naylor hit a solo homer leading off the eighth inning to give Cleveland a 4-3 lead, and his three-run shot Saturday night highlighted a six-run outburst in the eighth as the Guardians rallied for an 8-6 win.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Naylor is the first player since 1961 to hit a go-ahead home run in the eighth inning or later in three straight games.

Cleveland then had to survive a harrowing ninth by closer Emmanuel Clase. The right-hander gave up two runs, one on an RBI single by Shohei Ohtani, before retiring Brandon Drury on a grounder for the final out and his 14th save.

For seven innings, Tanner Bibee dominated the Angels in his fourth starter before they pushed a tying across against him in the eighth. He allowed just two singles — both by Taylor Ward — and struck out seven without a walk.

The 11:35 a.m. start may have helped Bibee him as well as LA’s players were still on West Coast time and their bats looked a little sleepy.

The right-hander retired the first 12 hitters without any trouble before giving up a leadoff single to Ward in the fifth.