Michael Bourn isn't one for a methodical jog.

He scampered around the bases on Sunday afternoon, though any pace would have sufficed. Bourn socked a walk-off home run into the right-field seats at Progressive Field, as a 6-4 win propelled the Indians to a three-game sweep of Colorado.

"They said I was flying around the bases," Bourn said.

The Indians captured their fourth walk-off win of the season -- well, three walk-offs and one balk-off -- as they proved once again that they are masters of revival.

Just when the club reaches its perceived low point, when the season's sky begins to fade to an ominous, dark hue, the Indians bounce back. The weekend showing against Colorado canceled out a dismal showing earlier in the week in Chicago, where the Tribe dropped three straight to the White Sox.

When the Tribe returned to Cleveland following an 0-6 road trip through San Francisco and Anaheim, the club posted a 5-2 mark on its ensuing homestand. After the Indians looked hapless in a weekend sweep at the hands of the Athletics, Terry Francona's bunch reversed course and swept the division-leading Tigers.