On May 23, 1989 — At Tiger Stadium, the Cleveland Indians lose to the Detroit Tigers, 7 – 2, to drop their record to 21-22, but remain in first place in the AL East by percentage points. It marks the latest point in a season a sub-.500 team has been in first place.

Greg Swindell takes the loss dropping to 4-1, Gary Ward homered for the Tigers.

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