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Default Yankees 7 Indians 3 (ALDS Game 4)
NEW YORK -- Early Saturday morning, the New York Yankees took the short flight from Cleveland, feeling angered and disappointed, knowing they let a big opportunity slip away by blowing a five-run lead.

Instead of letting those feelings boil over, the Yankees took care of things at home and ensured they will get another trip to Cleveland.

Aaron Judge capped a four-run second inning with a two-run double, and New York capitalized on shoddy defense by the Cleveland Indians to even the American League Division Series at two games apiece with a 7-3 victory Monday night at Yankee Stadium.

"We've gotten it back to 2-2, and we got a shot now," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. "So it's a totally different feeling than it was the other day, and these guys have picked me up."

The decisive Game 5 is Wednesday in Cleveland, where the Indians will be looking to snap a five-game losing streak in elimination games. The Yankees will try to complete a comeback from a 2-0 deficit to win an ALDS for the second time.

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