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Indians climb over Kansas City into second place behind Salazar, Ramirez

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Morning News & Notes, May 7, 2016

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Second place all alone feels good.  Watching Danny Salazar force the Royals into some regression felt good. Seeing Jose Ramirez go all Angry Hamster on the Royals felt good.  Cody Anderson taking the mound this afternoon? It's five o'clock somewhere.

Cleveland 7 - World Champion Kansas City 1

Danny Salazar and Jose Ramirez lead Cleveland Indians to fourth straight win - Let's Go Tribe - Danny Salazar pitched shutout baseball for more than seven innings, Jose Ramirez drove in five runs, and the Indians picked up a win against the Royals.

Danny Salazar turns in strong start vs. Royals | MLB.com - A pickoff was not on Salazar's mind until catcher Yan Gomes called for it with dangerous Royals designated hitter Kendrys Morales in the batter's box. Salazar spun, snapped a relay throw to first base and caught Cain for a critical inning-ending out.

Another Danny Salazar gem gives Cleveland Indians another win, 7-1, against the Kansas City Royals | cleveland.com - The right-hander tossed 7 2/3 scoreless innings as the Indians marched to their fourth consecutive victory, the latest by a 7-1 margin against the Royals.

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Cleveland Indians hurler Cody Anderson ready for big-league action after brief vacation in Columbus | cleveland.com - "I didn't realize I was stepping way across my body," Anderson said. "When I do that, the way my body is, I can't throw the ball down in the zone, no matter how hard I try."

Former players to honor  Phil Niekro | www.ajc.com - The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association will honor Hall of Fame LGFT pitcher Phil Niekro with the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award at the 17th annual Legends for Youth Dinner this fall.

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