Cleveland (WOIO) - Feast or famine for the Indians' bats, and Tuesday, it was quite a feast, as they devoured former Cy Young winner Roy Halladay and the Phillies, belting seven home runs, and roaring to a 14-2 win.
It marked the first time in his career that Halladay has given up two home runs in the first inning, as both Carlos Santana and Mark Reynolds crushed two-run dingers.
The Indians resumed their assault in the fourth, as Lonnie Chisenhall tagged Halladay for a two-run shot. Halladay gave up eight runs in just three and two-thirds innings.
The Tribe would add four more home runs, as Ryan Raburn went deep twice for the second straight night, and Michael Brantley and Drew Stubbs also left the park.
The Indians have won three straight, racking up a total of 33 runs in those wins.
Zach McCallister went seven innings for the Tribe, giving up just two runs on five hits.
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