Indians 7, Reds 2
CINCINNATI — Carlos Santana hit two two-run homers, and Josh Tomlin (6-0) stayed unbeaten by allowing five hits to lead the Indians to the first sweep of the annual series. The Indians won two games in Cleveland and two at Cincinnati by outscoring the Reds 43-16. During the four-game series, Reds pitchers retired the side in order only six times in 37 innings. Tomlin singled and doubled, the first Indians pitcher to do so since Steve Dunning in 1972.