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Indians 2, Mariners 0

Indians 2, Mariners 0

CLEVELAND — Yan Gomes' two-run double backed Corey Kluber's first career shutout. With help from two double plays, Kluber faced only 28 batters for the second straight outing. The Mariners' Felix Hernandez didn't allow a baserunner until Carlos Santana's leadoff walk in the fifth. With the bases loaded, Gomes doubled. Despite the loss, Hernandez allowed two runs or fewer and pitched at least seven innings for the 14th consecutive start, breaking the major-league record set by the Mets' Tom Seaver in 1971.

Indians 2, Mariners 0 07/30/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 10:43pm]
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