Lindor dedicates game to moms on Mother's Day, Indians defeat Oakland A's 5-3

Posted at 7:26 PM, May 12, 2019

CLEVELAND — During Sunday’s game against the Oakland Athletics, Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor took a moment to wish every mom a happy Mother’s Day.

“Happy Mother’s Day to all the beautiful moms. You all are the greatest and without you guys, the world wouldn’t be the same way,” Lindor said.

Lindor went on to wish his mother, step-mother and sister a happy Mother’s Day and dedicated the game to them.

“I love you guys and I’m playing for you guys,” Lindor said.

Lindor and the Tribe made sure to get the win for all the moms watching.

In the first inning, a fly ball to center field from Carlos Santana that sent Lindor home, followed by a sac fly from Jordan Luplow that sent Mike Freeman home, gave the Indians an early 2-0 lead.

The A's answered back with two runs in the third inning, but a three-run homer from Roberto Perez put the Indians up 5-2 in the sixth inning.

Oakland was able to score one more run in the sixth inning, but failed to cut their deficit any further. The Indians won it for the moms, 5-3.