The Cleveland Indians snap their six-game losing streak with an 12-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals.
The Indians finally gave reigning AL Cy-Young Award winner Corey Kluber some run support in his complete game victory. Kluber allowed five hits and struck out six batters.
The Indians jumped on the Royals early, scoring a run in each of the first two innings. The Indians tagged Jeremy Guthrie for six runs in the sixth inning. The Tribe had three home runs in the sixth, Urshela, Lindor and Brantley all homered.
Being up 8-0 in the eighth inning did not slow down the Indians bats. Brandon Moss drove in Brantley and Santana on a single. Yan Gomes would drive in Moss on a two-run home run to left giving the Indians a 12-0 lead.
The Tribe will head to Oakland to begin a four-game series with the Athletics on Thursday.
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