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Bats Awake as Cleveland Indians Pummel Royals 10-3

Also, a painful anniversary for Tribe fans

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Cleveland 10 - Kansas City 3

Game Recap: Indians score early, late in 10-3 win in Kansas City - Let's Go Tribe - The Indians had big innings early and late in the game.

Indians' offense ignites to spark win over Royals | - Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco threw seven innings and the offense hammered Royals starter Danny Duffy early en route to a 10-3 victory on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium.

Cleveland Indians beat Kansas City as Carlos Carrasco drives teammates, Royals buggy | - Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco pitched seven innings and the offense produced 13 hits in a 10-3 victory over the Royals on Wednesday night.

Carrasco joker off field, but all business on it | -  Carlos Carrasco does what he can to clear his mind when he takes the mound for the Indians. On Wednesday, that meant concentrating solely on a Royals lineup that has stormed out of the gates and helped the defending American League champs get off to a hot start.

Indians' lineup right on money against lefties | - Due to the lineup structure, opposing teams have been throwing as many left-handers as possible against the Indians this season. The Royals followed that trend on Wednesday, but the Tribe's offense broke out in overwhelming fashion anyway. That was an encouraging development.

More Tribe News

Michael Bourn blames only himself for benching: Cleveland Indians notes | - Cleveland Indians center fielder Michael Bourn takes responsibility for losing his lead-off job and being benched against left-handers.

Cleveland Indians will start Bruce Chen on Saturday against Minnesota Twins | - The Cleveland Indians, with TJ House on the disabled list, will promote veteran left-hander Bruce Chen from Class AAA Columbus to start against the Twins on Saturday.

Herb Score: From Lake Worth to Cleveland Indians star pitcher | - 58 years ago today, Herb Score was hit in the head by a ball off the bat of Gil McDougal.

Around the Horn

In the minors, it's a small world after all | | - When the Tides open against Buffalo on Friday, you can bet that it won't happen before players from opposing teams catch up from lives previously intermingled in college, at other minor-league stops or even in the majors.

Kevin Cash: From backup catcher to Rays manager - The Rays must be pleased with the early returns on Kevin Cash, who is managing his bullpen in an unfamiliar but optimal way yet finding time to communicate with everybody on his roster.

Harper hits three homers, one a 445-foot blast | - Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper bolstered his already impressive resume by tallying his first career three-homer game. In the Nats' 7-5 win over the Marlins, Harper became the youngest player at 22 years, 202 days to accomplish the feat since Joe Lahoud (22 years, 53 days) on June 11, 1969.

Bob Uecker got trapped in his own radio booth on Wednesday night | - Just a little crowded inside.

Four teams are in on Jarrod Saltalamacchia | HardballTalk - Diamondbacks, Royals, Indians and Mariners.