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Indians News and Notes: K is for Kipnis, Kluber and strikeout

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Morning News and Notes, May 21, ,2016

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The Indians had one big inning, highlighted by a three-run homer by Jason Kipnis, to go five games over .500 and rub their winning streak to five games. Corey Kluber struck out six and kept the Boston offense in check.

Cleveland 4 - Boston 2

Francisco Lindor goes swimming in Cleveland Indians win over Red Sox - Let's Go Tribe - Also, something about a supermoon.

Corey Kluber leads Indians past Red Sox | - Corey Kluber navigated out of some early trouble to turn in a strong start on Friday night, leading the Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Red Sox in the opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park.

Five and counting: Cleveland Indians beat Boston Red Sox, 4-2, behind Kluber, Kipnis | - Tthe Indians used the pitching of Corey Kluber and the home-run power of Jason Kipnis to beat the Boston, 4-2, Friday night at Fenway Park.

Rajai Davis hit by a pitch, called out on strikes anyway - Let's Go Tribe - What?

Other Indians News

Dan Otero a reliable arm in Indians' bullpen | - There are such things as fluke seasons. After examining Dan Otero's performance last season, the Indians decided that was exactly what the reliever experienced, leading the Indians to acquire him via a trade in the offseason.

What will Cleveland Indians do with Abraham Almonte when 80-game ban ends? | - The question is how much impact, if any, will Almonte make on the Indians when his suspension is over?

Coco Crisp lists California home, whiffle-ball diamond for $10 million - - Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp (LGFT) is looking for a buyer for his Coachella Valley kingdom. Minor League Roundups

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