Bonifacio's hit caps Royals' rally in 6-4 win over Indians

Vincent De Villiers
Junho 7, 2017

"When we play games like that, we're a tough team to beat".

The Cleveland Indians also need a win here after splitting their last 12 games.

The slumping Cleveland Indians on Sunday will attempt to avoid being swept by the Kansas City Royals in a three-game series at Progressive Field for the first time in 14 years.

"We played with a lot of energy today", he said. "So it's frustrating when it doesn't show up every day". He struck out two and walked none. Danny Duffy (4-4) gave up six runs and nine hits in four innings to take the loss. Yost was tossed by Welke soon after the manager left the dugout. "He works the corners and changes speeds well".

Tomlin was the beneficiary of the hefty run support, but he didn't require much assistance in working his fifth career complete game - first since 2015. After the third-base umpire confirmed he went around, things unraveled in a hurry.

Outfielders Bradley Zimmer and Daniel Robertson started the inning with back-to-back walks off of Kennedy, and two batters later, Lindor drove in Zimmer with an RBI single to center field. He has lost three straight starts, including a 3-0 decision to the Yankees on May 24.

ASTROS 5, ORIOLES 2 Dallas Keuchel (Arkansas Razorbacks) had a solid performance in his return from the disabled list, and George Springer hit a two-run home run to help Houston to a victory over visiting Baltimore.

The only damage Tomlin allowed was a solo home run to Jorge Bonifacio in the fifth inning. But it was all Indians thereafter.

"Getting a complete game means you did your job".

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"He was crisp. He didn't walk anyone". It was really fun to watch him pitch. Other than that, he kind of took the sting out of their bats. Lindor, Michael Brantley and Carlos Santana had RBIs in Cleveland's three-run third, but starter Mike Clevinger couldn't hold the lead. The left-hander remained in the game, but was pulled after allowing singles to Santana and Edwin Encarnacion.

Seth Maness relieved Duffy and gave up a sacrifice fly to Jackson and a two-out RBI single by Perez that stretched the lead to 7-1. Marquez (4-2) allowed two runs and eight hits in 52/3 innings.

"Danny was grinding, but they had some soft hits, some hits off the end of the bat". Jason Kipnis put Cleveland in front with an RBI single in the third.

The win was a welcome one for the Indians, who are heavy favorites to win the American League Central but have struggled to get any momentum.

Both teams were rained out Thursday - the Indians at home against Cincinnati and the Royals in NY. We're not trying to force things. We're very capable of putting together a 25-5 month or something like that. "If we can get our pitching and hitting working together, we like our chances".

It has been a rough week for the Cleveland Indians' bullpen.

Indians: Kluber (strained lower back) was placed on the 10-day DL on May 3.

ROCKIES 8, CARDINALS 4: In Denver, German Marquez pitched into the sixth inning and Gerardo Parra hit a three-run homer for the Rockies.

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