"What was disappointing and unacceptable tonight was the fact that we didn't have our head in the game at all," said Price. "Especially those first five innings. We had two guys that forgot how many outs there were, we had a pitcher that didn't cover first base on a ground ball to the right side. We had five baserunners in the first three innings."
"I just got behind in the count today, wanted to come throw strikes. They took advantage of that," Simon said.
"It's one thing for us to get beat, and then you have to tip your hat to the other guy," said Pena. "Today was another thing for guys to beat themselves. I'm not taking anything away from Kluber. He did a great job for them. But it's just us as a team. For us to look outside, that's not going to help us. The thing we need to look at is inside. It's all of us together."
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