"[Carrera] went a little bit off the base. He didn't tag up right away, but it was going to be tough for him to score on [Jeff] Francoeur right there. It was a line drive, and it wasn't that far. Even if he tagged up, I think he had a good chance to get him. He's got one of the best arms in the league."
--Indians interim manager Sandy Alomar Jr., on why Ezequiel Carrera did not try to score on Lonnie Chisenhall's flyout to right field in the 14th inning of Saturday's 7-6 loss