Face-Plant City – Population: Mike Napoli. Got the job done, though. Napoli’s two-run triple was the first chink in Chris Sale’s armor, but he’d allow 6 earned runs on 7 hits in 3.1 innings before his day was done. Sale had entered Tuesday night’s start against the Indians with a perfect 9-0 record in nine starts, and he was on a run of seven starts where he had allowed one earned run or less in all but one start. It was the first time that Sale had allowed six earned runs or more since September 13 of last year. With the win, the Indians are now tied with the White Sox in the loss column, despite being a game and a half out of first place. And even though they’re in second place, the Indians have the best run differential in the American League Central (+33).