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Indians 7, Royals 3

Indians 7, Royals 3

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Danny Salazar handled the Royals for the third time this season, and the Indians roughed up Kansas City's starter-by-committee. Salazar allowed three runs over 6⅔ while striking out seven. Mike Napoli hit a two-run homer off Brian Flynn, and Carlos Santana drove in two runs off long reliever Dillon Gee, as the Indians snapped a five-game skid at Kauffman Stadium. Francisco Lindor added a solo shot in the ninth for Cleveland.

Indians 7, Royals 3 07/19/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 19, 2016 11:25pm]
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