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Martinez entered the game in the fifth and pitched two innings allowing only a solo homerun to future Hall of Famer Craig Biggio. The National League ended up winning the game by a score of Somewhat of an All-Star snub, Stottlemyre entered the game with an record and a solid 3. Stottlemyre started the game against the Indians with a top of the first, but Martinez ran into a bit of a jam in the bottom half. It could have been much worse, however, but Martinez got help from his right fielder Ramirez when he gunned Berroa out trying to stretch his single into a double. Giambi was stranded at third when Martinez struck out former Indian Mike Aldrete to end the inning.
Both pitchers kept the score at Indians until the top of the fourth inning. Giambi was able to field the ball cleanly and fire a strike over to first to retire Baerga by a step. Perhaps a bit shaken up after getting hit by a ball, Stottlemyre fell behind the next batter, Belle, before allowing Albert to scorch a base hit through the right side for a single.
The next batter, Jim Thome , tapped a slow groundball to second and beat it out for an infield hit and the Indians had runners at the corners with one out. Ramirez followed by blasting a pitch from Stottlemyre for a three run homerun and a Indian lead.
Martinez was able to settle in and minimize the damage when he retired Terry Steinbach and Stan Javier to end the Athletics rally. The Indians answered the Oakland run in each of the next two innings. Catcher Tony Pena blasted the first pitch of the fifth inning into the seats for a solo homerun and made the score The Tribe got another insurance run in the sixth when Thome got his second infield single of the game and Stottlemyre threw his second wild pitch of the contest to move him to second.
Thome scored the Indians sixth run when Herbert Perry drove him home with a single. Martinez, meanwhile was efficient and outstanding on the mound for the Tribe. Dennis shut the Oakland hitters down in order in the sixth, seventh and ninth innings, ending the game himself when Mike Bordick tapped a grounder back to the mound for the Athletics final out.
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With the complete game victory, Martinez improved his perfect record to on the season. He sported a 2. Immediately following the July 21 win in Oakland, Martinez lost his next start on July 26 at the California Angles for his first loss of the season. He then followed with an record in the month of August before finally winning his 10 th game on September 5 in Milwaukee.
Martinez finished his still-excellent season with a record and a 3.
The Indians won game one against Boston in extra innings, leaving Martinez with a no-decision, and Dennis was a tough-luck loser in game one in Seattle by a score of Martinez got his first postseason victory in game six of the ALCS against Seattle, and he sent the Indians to their first World Series in 41 years by doing so. The Fall Classic against the Braves did not go as well for Martinez.
Dennis struggled and lost game two in Atlanta which put the Indians down in the series. He then started the deciding game six, again in Georgia, and took a no-decision in the game that ended the Indians dream season. Martinez danced in and out of trouble during that game and ended up pitching four and two-thirds innings with four hits and five walks.
Martinez, however, did not allow a run in the game. The Indians lost the game Martinez had a respectable record but had a 4.
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