Watch: Didi smacks 1st-inning HR off Kluber

Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber admitted that "everything" went wrong in his Game 2 start against the New York Yankees at Progressive Field, where he allowed a whopping six runs on seven hits over just 2 2/3 innings.

Game 5 started off on a similarly inauspicious note.

After retiring the first two hitters in Wednesday's do-or-die American League Division Series showdown, Kluber served up a two-out solo shot to Didi Gregorius, who afforded his club an early 1-0 lead with a 375-foot blast - his first extra-base hit since his three-run bomb in the AL wild-card game.

Watch: Didi smacks 1st-inning HR off Kluber
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