Although they didn't score a run until the sixth inning, the Cleveland Indians were still able to pummel the Kansas City Royals 15-4 on Sunday.
Adam Moore put Kansas City ahead 1-0 with a home run in the bottom of the third, and the score remained there until the top of the sixth. The Tribe would then explode for three runs in the sixth, five runs in the seventh and seven more in the ninth.
The Indians were paced by Carlos Santana, who mashed two home runs and knocked in five RBI's while going 3-for-6. Michael Brantley also chipped in with three hits.
Indians starter David Huff got the win going 5 ⅔ innings while allowing one earned run on just three hits and one walk.
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