22-game winner Rick Porcello gave up three solo homers in the third inning and that seemed to turn the tide for good in last night's ALDS game one. The Cleveland Indians beat the Red Sox 5-4.

Porcello was lifted after 4.1 innings and threw just 72 pitches.

Meanwhile, Cleveland manager Terry Francona brought in Andrew Miller to pitch in the 5th inning to protect a one run lead. He did. Miller threw a season-high 40 pitches and turned the ball over to the rest of the Indians bullpen.

Andrew Benintendi, Brock Holt and Sandy Leon hit homers for Boston.

Game #2 is today and live coverage on AM 1370 begins at 3:50 PM with the pregame and 1st pitch at 4:38. Immediately after the conclusion of the game we'll join the Madison-MDI football game on air. That game starts at 7 PM and will start online