CLEVELAND (AP) — dy thinking about the postseason.The Indians rested several of their regulars a day after clinching the AL Central and lost to the Detroit Tigers 6-4 Sunday as Jim Adduci homered and drove in a career-high four runs.Cleveland rolled to a 15-0 win Saturday and celebrated its third straight division championship following the game. Francisco Lindor Brad Ziegler Jersey , Jose Ramirez and Michael Brantley — three of Cleveland’s All-Stars — were among the regulars given the day off by their manager.Losing Sunday certainly wasn’t part of Francona’s plan, but since the Indians don’t play Monday, he saw an opportunity to give his regulars a couple of days to regroup. Cleveland opens a three-game series Tuesday against the Chicago White Sox.“The guys who have played pretty much every day get today and tomorrow,” Francona said. “Then we can come back and it gives us 13 games to kick it back in and get prepared for the next step.”The Indians are hoping Josh Donaldson to play a key role in that next step. Donaldson, acquired from Toronto on July 31, started at third base and was 0 for 4 with two strikeouts. The 2015 AL MVP is batting .154 (2 for 13) in four games with the Indians.Reliever Andrew Miller will also be counted upon in October. He pitched a scoreless seventh but gave up a solo home run to Mikie Mahtook in the eighth. Miller has been on the disabled list three times this season with hamstring, knee and shoulder injuries.“Like you hope, keep taking steps in the right direction,” Francona said. “Up to that point (the home run) it was his best velocity that we’ve seen. Breaking ball continues to be good. He got in a 3-2 count and got one up too much.”Cleveland rookie Shane Bieber (10-4) took a 3-1 lead into the fifth, but the Tigers scored four times and bounced back from Saturday’s loss in which they had only two hits and committed four errors.“We needed that,” Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said. “They came back out like they have all summer long , just ready to play. They weren’t down or anything like that. It was a nice ballgame.”Francisco Liriano (5-10) allowed three runs in seven innings for the Tigers, who won two of three in the series after losing 10 straight at Progressive Field dating to last season.Adduci capped the fifth-inning rally with his third home run of the season, a three-run drive that cleared the 19-foot wall in left field. He also had a sacrifice fly, but wasn’t aware he had a career day.“I didn’t even know that,” he said with a laugh. “It would be great to have them more often. Today was great.”Tigers closer Shane Greene allowed a run in the ninth, but recorded his 30th save. Brandon Guyer and Brandon Barnes started the inning with singles and Adam Rosales had an RBI single with two outs before Rajai Davis popped up to end the game.Both teams scored in the first. Adduci gave Detroit the lead with a sacrifice fly, and Yandy Diaz tied it with an RBI single.Cleveland broke the tie in the fourth. Rookie catcher Eric Haase had an RBI single for his first major league hit and Erik Gonzalez drove in a run with a grounder.ALSO A DAY OFFTigers DH Victor Martinez didn’t play in his final game at Progressive Field. He plans to retire following the season, ending an 18-year career that began with Cleveland in 2002.The Indians honored Martinez during a pregame ceremony Saturday that caused him to break down in tears.GETTING CHECKEDTigers pitcher Michael Fulmer will have an MRI on his right knee Monday in Detroit. He allowed home runs to Lindor and Brantley in the first inning Saturday and was removed after five pitches. Fulmer tweaked the knee trying to field Lindor’s bunt attempt.The right-hander underwent ulnar nerve transposition surgery in September and also missed six weeks this season with a strained left oblique. Fulmer hasn’t won since June 14.“It’s just been a frustrating year,” he said. “In my last two starts we got back to my old mechanics and reading swings from hitters and I felt really good about it.”TRAINER’S ROOMTigers: OF JaCoby Jones (sore right shoulder) was out of the lineup. He was removed in the fourth inning Saturday after crashing into the wall chasing a flyball and then attempting a diving catch.Indians: DH Edwin Encarnacion rolled his right ankle rounding second base Saturday, but the injury isn’t believed to be serious.UP NEXTTigers: RHP Jordan Zimmermann (7-7, 4.17 ERA) will start against Minnesota in the opener of a three-game series Monday night at Comerica Park.Indians: Cleveland is off Monday. RHP Corey Kluber (18-7 Brian Dozier Jersey , 2.91 ERA) will continue his pursuit of a second straight AL Cy Young Award against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night. LHP Carlos Rodon (6-5, 3.10 ERA) will start for Chicago. CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Aaron Nola hopes to win titles with the Philadelphia Phillies, and a $45 million, four-year contract will give him a chance.“This is pretty surreal and special for me,” the pitcher said Thursday, a day after agreeing to the deal. “I love it here. I love the city of Philadelphia. I want to be a part of this organization — a winning organization.”His contract includes a 2023 club option that could make the deal worth $56.75 million over five years.“I don’t play specifically for the money,” he said as parents and teammates watched at a news conference. “I play for the love of game and I play for my teammates. They know that. I’m here to win and maximize my potential as much as I can.”The 25-year-old right hander is 41-28 in four seasons, including 17-6 last year with a 2.37 ERA and 0.975 WHIP. He finished third in the NL Cy Young Award voting behind Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer.“There really is nobody that’s more deserving of this than Aaron,” general manager Matt Klentak said. “And not just for what he’s done on the field but for the work ethic he brings to our team, the humility he brings. He really is the perfect fit for our team and our city.”Even without adding outfielder Bruce Harper or infielder Manny Machado , who remain on the free-agent market, Klentak feels like the organization has had a very productive offseason.“We have done just about everything we set out to do,” Klentak said. “At the beginning of the offseason we identified that we wanted to improve the team defense. We wanted to address our ability to get good hitters out late in the game, particularly left-handed hitters.“We’ve addressed our offense in a couple of key places, most notably shortstop and behind the plate and now we’ve taken care of locking up our best young player. A lot of years that would be a very complete, thorough and successful offseason and I really think it is.”Philadelphia acquired catcher J.T. Realmuto and shortstop Jean Segura in trades and signed outfielder Andrew McCutchen and right-hander reliever David Robertson, both free agents. The Phillies have met with Harper and Machado.“There’s really nobody that can explain why certain players sign early, certain players sign late or certain players don’t sign at all,” Klentak said. “From a management perspective we have to be willing to pivot and adjust to the different timings that exist from year to year.”