CLEVELAND (Ticker) --
's only hit of the game came at a critical moment.
Crawford, who had been 0-for-6 at the plate, rapped a go-ahead two-run single in the top of the 13th inning as the
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
began the 13th with a single against
(3-3) and advanced to third on a double by
walked to load the bases before
grounded into a forceout at home. Crawford then singled to center field to plate pinch runner
"I was trying to hit it hard enough to get a run home," Crawford said. "I'm glad to get that hit and get going. I don't think I could last much longer."
, who earlier hit a pair of solo homers, capped the three-run burst with a sacrifice fly to right.
"I felt as good as I did yesterday," said Mulholland, who also pitched in Cleveland's 5-4 win in 12 innings on Sunday. "I still felt strong. I take the ball and try to get people out. I still thought I was throwing good. This team battles hard. It didn't work out for us tonight."
(7-3) yielded one run and one hit in 3 2/3 innings to get the win.
Tampa Bay took a 4-3 lead in the top of the 11th on an RBI infield single by Anderson before Cleveland tied it in the bottom of the frame on
's sacrifice fly.
The Indians have played an American League-leading 17 extra-inning games, going 7-10. They had won their previous four and six of seven such contests.
"After a while, it catches up to you as a team," Indians manager
said. "We've battled through a lot of these games lately."
The teams split the four contests.
"You look at the series, it could have gone 4-0 either way,"
said. "All the games were really close."
Lugo gave Tampa Bay a 1-0 lead with his first homer, a one-out shot against
in the top of the first.
evened the score with a leadoff shot against
in the bottom of the frame.
's RBI groundout in the sixth restored Tampa Bay's lead, Cleveland countered with two runs in the seventh on a run-scoring groundout by pinch hitter
and an RBI double by Crisp.
Lugo tied it with his second homer, this one against
to start the eighth inning.
"I just got lucky and put a good swing on the ball," Lugo said. "I will take it any day. They both came at the right time."