Indians fall to Toronto Blue Jays, 17-1

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TORONTO – Troy Tulowitzki had three hits on his bobblehead day, including a three-run homer, Russell Martin homered and drove in five runs and the Toronto Blue Jays routed the Cleveland Indians 17-1 Sunday.

Toronto scored its most runs since beating Tampa Bay 17-11 on Aug. 7, 2010, and the Blue Jays matched their season high with 18 hits.

Cleveland lost its second straight following a franchise-record 14-game winning streak. Catcher Chris Gimenez pitched two innings for the Indians, becoming the third position player to take the mound this series. Toronto used infielders Ryan Goins and Darwin Barney in Friday’s 19-inning loss.

Josh Donaldson had four hits and scored four times for the Blue Jays, whose eight-run sixth was their highest-scoring inning this season. Edwin Encarnacion had four RBIs, raising his major league-leading total to 77.

The Indians announced on Saturday that their game on Monday against Detroit was sold out.

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