Cleveland goes for a season-best fifth consecutive victory as these teams continue their three-game set at Progressive Field on Tuesday night.After opening a six-game homestand with a three-game sweep of Colorado, the Indians (28-30) held on to beat Boston 3-2 on Monday. Justin Masterson threw seven strong innings and Lonnie Chisenhall drove in two more runs, giving him eight RBIs during the winning streak.Despite Monday's win, the Indians are 4-11 in their last 15 against Boston (27-30).The Red Sox had followed a 10-game losing streak with seven straight victories before coming up short. Star rookie Xander Bogaerts provided the offense with a two-run homer as Boston went 0 for 3 with runners in scoring position.The Red Sox now turn to Jake Peavy (1-2, 4.50 ERA), who went 0-2 with a 5.89 ERA in six starts last month. The right-hander surrendered three runs and eight hits over a season-high eight innings in Thursday's 4-3 walkoff win over Atlanta."Peavy was great," catcher David Ross told MLB's official website. "I thought Peavy was as good as you're going to get for him."Peavy is 4-0 with a 2.89 ERA over his last five starts against the Indians. He allowed one run and struck out 11 over seven innings in a 3-1 win at Cleveland with the Chicago White Sox on April 14, 2013.He's had his way against Michael Brantley and Asdrubal Cabrera, who are a combined 5 for 27 with 10 strikeouts in their matchups since 2011.Indians rookie T.J. House (0-1, 4.05), originally called up May 17, is set to make his first home start after a pair of contrasting outings on the road. The left-hander yielded five runs and 11 hits over six innings in an 8-4 loss at Baltimore on May 23, then scattered five hits over 6 1/3 innings of one-run ball in Wednesday's 3-2 walkoff loss against the White Sox."I think it was comfort in the fact that I've already been out there and this is the second go-round and I had … not as much anxiety as I did the first time, and definitely just with the preparation," said House, who struck out eight. "Knowing that I was able to have my five days, was able to do my routine, get a good game plan with these guys and go right after that."House will try to slow down Bogaerts, who is batting .400 with three homers, 10 RBIs and 12 runs over a 16-game stretch.Boston's Grady Sizemore, meanwhile, is hitting .196 with no homers and just one RBI in his last 14. The former Indians star went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts in his first game back in Cleveland."It's a little weird, but exciting," Sizemore said. "I'm happy to be back. There's a lot of good memories here. ... It still feels like home. I started here. It's kind of still a piece of me. It feels weird being back and being on the other side."Shortstop Stephen Drew, who signed with Boston on May 21, went 0 for 2 with a walk in his season debut.