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Indians News and Notes: Corey Kluber pitches complete game in 6-2 victory over the Angels

Morning News & Notes, June 11, 2016

Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Like many of you, I watched the first part of yesterday's game in between breaks of the Cavs game. The Indians early output coincided with halftime.  When the Cavs  went down by 9 with 5 minutes left, I turned the Tribe game on, set the sleep timer om the TV,  put down the remote control and went to sleep.  By this time, the Klubot was clearly set on stun.

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Cleveland Indians try to make you forget about basketball by demolishing Angels - Let's Go Tribe - Like a perceptive dog who realizes its owner is sad, the Tribe brought you a dead animal to cheer you up.

Corey Kluber leads Indians to win vs. Angels | - Corey Kluber had a four-run lead before taking the mound, and the right-hander didn't look back, tossing his ninth career complete game to lead the Indians to a 6-2 win over the Angels on Friday night at Angel Stadium.

Corey Kluber impresses Indians vs. Angels | - The four two-out runs the Indians scored in the top of the first inning were nice, second baseman Jason Kipnis said on Friday night at Angel Stadium. But he thought what Cleveland starter Corey Kluber did with them was really special.

Cleveland Indians give Corey Kluber plenty of room to work in 6-2 win over Angels | - The Indians took a 6-1 lead after two innings Friday night over the Angels on the way to an easy win at Angel Stadium. The Tribe has won won eight of its last 10 games.

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