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Cleveland Indians end losing skid on Carlos Santana walk-off homer

Morning News & Notes, June 18, 2016

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The Indians tried very hard to  waste a great pitching performance from Trevor Bauer, but Carlos Santana refused to let Nate Jones get away with the third straight slider in the same location, launching the 0-2 pitch into the stands for a walk-off homer that ended the Tribe's three-game losing skid and kept the team in first place.

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