The Minnesota Twins had another hiccup Saturday night as they dropped another game to their lowly division rivals in Chicago. Despite starting the season red-hot, the Twins have recorded a .500 record in their last 10 games and allowed the Indians to make up ground.
The Indians have won their last three against the Royals and seven of their last nine. The Indians have been an entirely different team in the months of June and July and have reason to look up with the return of former Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber on the horizon.
If the Indians can continue their form to complete the sweep of KC and take games off the Houston Astros next week, they will have a great chance to seize the division lead in early August.