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Three outs from their first three-game winning streak this season, the Cleveland Indians stumbled into a crushing loss.
The Cleveland Indians were willing to try almost anything to end their losing streak.
The Cleveland Indians' winless road trip was mercifully brief - just six games. The lack of timely offense and sporadic starting pitching only magnified the disappointment for manager Terry Francona.
One of the keys to C.J. Wilson's success over the years has been ignoring big leads when he gets them. The approach worked in a big way on Wednesday night.
Cleveland manager Terry Francona had enough confidence in slumping Carlos Santana to keep the switch-hitting third baseman in the cleanup spot, and he delivered with a three-run homer.
The Cleveland Indians made their first visit this season to Angel Stadium and found an old friend in the closer's role for the other team - Joe Smith.
Danny Salazar decided to stop thinking so much and turned it into his best outing of the season.
Corey Kluber stayed stone-faced, maintaining the same stoic look in the clubhouse that he had for nine innings on the mound.
Indians manager Terry Francona's 55th birthday ended on a down note.