St. Petersburg, FL - pitched two-hit ball for 7 2-3 innings and the
backed him with three home runs to beat the
6-2 Tuesday night.
homered for the Indians, driving in all six runs and sending the Rays to their third straight loss.
Salazar (7-3) retired the first 15 batters, the third time in the last six games that's happened to the Rays. Indians rookie
took a perfect game into the seventh Monday night and Toronto's
was perfect through the seventh last Wednesday.
to open the sixth. After a double play,
broke up the no-hit bid with a double.
Facing the Rays for the first time since losing in the 2013 AL wild-card game, Salazar allowed one earned run and struck out two. He won for the first time in four starts.
(6-3) lost for the first time in six starts.
Kipnis homered with two outs in the third for Cleveland's first hit and run. It was Kipnis' sixth home run of the season.
Urshela's three-run homer, his second of the season, came off reliever
in the seventh after a hit by
and a walk to
Murphy added a two-run drive off Kirby Yates in the eighth.
The Rays scored twice in the eighth with the help of Cabrera's double and a throwing error on shortstop