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BOSTON -- Terry Francona returned to Fenway Park and found some more pleasant memories. A standing ovation. A video tribute to his time as manager of the Boston Red Sox. And, most importantly, a win for his Cleveland Indians. Drew Stubbs, Mark Reynolds and Michael Bourn combined for nine hits and eight RBIs and the Indians had 16 hits in their 12-3 win on Thursday night. "I tried to keep my emotions inside," said Francona, who led the Red Sox to two World Series championships in eight years. "I didnt want to be the main focus. You want to let the players play." Francona, let go by Boston after the 2011 season, got the ovation after the first inning during a video display on the centre-field scoreboard. He raised his left hand to the crowd and tapped his heart with his right. "I was honoured," he said. And, perhaps, just a bit emotional. "It was just neat to see the organization do that for him," Reynolds said. "I think I saw him teary-eyed a little bit during that thing. It was pretty neat and I was glad to be a part of it." It was the fans only chance to cheer for Francona. He didnt bring out the lineup card and didnt have to leave the visiting dugout during the game because all of Clevelands pitching changes came at the start of an inning. He had left Boston as the second winningest manager, behind Joe Cronin, in club history. In his first year as Clevelands manager, he has the Indians in first place in the AL Central after they went 68-94 last season. Theyre 22-9 in their last 31 games. "Theyve got a good team and are in first place for a reason, not by accident," said Boston manager John Farrell, Franconas former pitching coach with the Red Sox. The 12 runs are the most scored by the Indians in the park since June 28, 2005 and the most they scored there without a home run since 1953. "Homers (have) been known to be rally killers," Reynolds said. "You keep having guys on base, it keeps the pressure on the pitcher and it makes him be precise." Zach McAllister (4-3) allowed three runs in five innings. He hasnt allowed more than three earned runs in any of his nine starts this year. Scott Barnes earned his first major-league save by pitching three shutout innings. "I think everyone wanted to go out there and get a win, not just for the team but for (Francona) also," McAllister said. "Hes been great for us this year and hes well liked everywhere he is. Its definitely exciting to get him a win." Ryan Dempster (2-5) gave up four runs in three innings with four walks in his third straight poor start for Boston. "My command has been terrible," he said. "I have walked 10 guys in the last nine innings. Bottom line is Ive got to fix that. I cant get myself in that kind of trouble." Every Cleveland starting batter had a hit and all except Jason Kipnis scored. Carlos Santana reached base five times with a single and four walks. The Indians took a 1-0 lead in the first on an RBI double by Stubbs and made it 4-0 in the third, scoring on a two-run single by Reynolds and a force play at second on a grounder by Mike Aviles. The Red Sox cut that to 4-3 in the third on David Ortizs eighth homer of the season but wasted a chance for a bigger inning. Jacoby Ellsbury led off with a single and took second on a walk to Daniel Nava. Dustin Pedroia then singled, but Ellsbury was thrown out at the plate by centre fielder Bourn. Ortiz then hit the next pitch for his three-run homer. Run-scoring singles by Asdrubal Cabrera in the fourth and Bourn in the fifth made it 6-3 before the Indians scored six runs when they sent 10 men to the plate in the sixth. They loaded the bases with no outs on a walk to Cabrera, a single by Michael Brantley and a walk to Santana. Alex Wilson replaced Clayton Mortensen and gave up an RBI single to Reynolds. Yan Gomes followed with a two-run double after first baseman Mike Napoli dropped his foul pop for an error. Aviles hit an infield pop for the first out, but Stubbs tripled in two runs and Bourn singled in another before Wilson struck out the next two batters. That was more than enough for Francona to relax the rest of the way with a big lead. "Hes one of the best managers to ever manage here," Boston catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia said. "I wasnt surprised by the (fans) reaction. It is all earned and deserved." Notes: Dempster had his shortest start of the season, lasting three innings. His previous shortest came in his prior start, 4 2-3 innings. ... The Indians recalled LHP Barnes from Triple-A Columbus and designated LHP David Huff for assignment. ... Boston 3B Will Middlebrooks left the game in the top of the fifth with lower back spasms. He was called out on strikes on both his at bats before being replaced by Pedro Ciriaco. ... 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ESPN has studied the numbers to reveal who will survive and who will go on Mad Monday.PANTHERSCurrently 7th on 24 points (For and Against: +3)Matches remaining - Knights (A), Tigers (H), Titans (A), Sea Eagles (H)Key player: Nathan Cleary - He may be an 18 year old rookie but he plays with the calmness and control of a seasoned star. If he continues his fine form theres no reason the Panthers cant go deep into the playoffs.Why they will make the finals: They appear to have the most favourable run home of the four teams fighting for the two remaining spots, and they should win all four games and may even push further up the ladder if they play to current form.Why they wont make the finals: Their roster is extremely talented but it is also young and relatively inexperienced in big games. Dealing with pressure isnt something anyone can train for so Penriths entire campaign rests on how their young stars deal with the weight of expectation.Predicted Finish: 6th on 32 points - I expect the Panthers to win all of their remaining fixtures and finish the regular season with 32 competition points. That could even be enough to reel in the battling Brisbane Broncos, who face a difficult month of fixtures leading into the NRL finals.WARRIORSCurrently 8th on 24 points (For and Against: -7)Matches remaining: - Rabbitohs (H), Cowboys (A), Tigers (H), Eels (H)Key player: Shaun Johnson - Its no scoop but the Warriors halfback is the key to almost everything they do. He is the NRLs most dangerous player in broken play, and he must be highly involved for them to achieve anything this season.Why they will make the finals: Nobody in the history of rugby league has ever been able to tip the Warriors with any great confidence but they are tougher to beat at home and that SHOULD be enough for them to qualify for September football.Why they wont make the finals: The Warriors are a tipsters nightmare and they can find a way to blow it. even when the equation seems set in stone. Call me foolish but I am backing them in ... but they have let me down before.Predicted Finish:?8th on 30 points - The Warriors are blessed with three of their remaining four games at home and I believe they can win those and may drop the away game to the Cowboys. But they cant afford to be complacent as a poor for and against could be the difference between finals footy or Mad Monday.TIGERSCurrently 9th on 24 points (For and Against: -47)Matches remaining: - Titans (A), Panthers (H), Warriors (A), Raiders (H)Key player: Mitchell Moses - Has really stepped up in the absence of Luke Brooks and Robbie Farah and looks to be realising his true potential.dddddddddddd. If he can maintain, or even build on, his current form when/if the other two return to the side then Wests Tigers can cause major headaches for the NRL heavyweights.Why they will make the finals: Their confidence is sky-high and there is no more dangerous side when confident. They are also unpredictable and difficult to stop when they have momentum and they have a lot of that right now after three straight wins.Why they wont make the finals: May have left their run of form a little too late. Jason Taylor has copped plenty of criticism for his decision to drop Tigers great Robbie Farah but they have since gone on to score their first hat-trick of wins for the season. Current form warrants finals footy but they may just run out of games.Predicted Finish: 9th on 28 points - The Tigers are arguably in their best form of the season but face a tricky run home against three equally desperate sides also chasing finals qualification before finishing with a game against one of the form teams of the competition in Canberra. Close but not close enough.TITANS- Currently 10th on 23 points (For and Against: +7)Matches remaining - Tigers (A), Knights (A), Panthers (H), Cowboys (H)Key player: Jarryd Hayne - Seems strange to suggest a player who hasnt been there all year holds the key to their season, but it is a luxury to add someone of Haynes quality at this stage of the campaign. Theyve got this far without him so if he fires the Titans will do more than just make up numbers.Why they will make the finals: The Titans were many peoples prediction for wooden spoon at the start of the season but theyre on the verge of finals football and look to be a highly professional outfit on and off the football field. Theyve showed they are capable of defying the odds and dont seem to let pressure affect them.Why they wont make the finals: I am a little concerned that halfback Ashley Taylor might go into his shell after the arrival of Jarryd Hayne. Taylor seemed content to take a back seat to Hayne against the Warriors but he is one of the main reasons the Titans are in playoff contention and the 21-year-old must remain chief playmaker.Predicted Finish:?10th on 25 points - A positive points differential, albeit a small one, is an advantage and the fact they have their most difficult games at home will also help. 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