Indians Watch Rays Round the Bases

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CLEVELAND — The Indians were only able to put enough hits together to produce runs in a single inning during Sundays’ rubber match against the Rays.

Tampa Bay, however, rounded the bases inning after inning to increase their lead to an 11-3 final score to take the series.

The Rays already had four runs when the Tribe managed to somewhat catch up in the 4th.

With two outs already claimed, Yan Gomes placed a double at the right-center field wall to put the Indians on the board.

Mike Aviles continued the momentum with a two-run single up the middle to make it 4-3.

The Tribe wouldn’t cross the plate again.

The team heads to New York to face the Yankees at 7:05 p.m. Monday.

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