CLEVELAND – The Indians offense put on a hit parade on Sunday, taking out some frustrations after losing three straight, as well as avoiding a three-game sweep at the hands of the Kansas City Royals with a dominating 10-1 win at Progressive Field.
Josh Tomlin gave the team a quality start, and the bats came alive even without Francisco Lindor in the lineup against Royals starter Danny Duffy.
The win pushes the team to 25-23, back to two games over .500, and the club is home Monday to start a four-game set against the Oakland A’s, a team that came into play Sunday four games under .500 at 22-26, 11 games back of the Astros for first in the AL West.
Here’s our three takeaways from a much needed win for the Indians as they get set for Memorial Day baseball at Progressive Field against the A’s.
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