Indians Vs. Yankees Final Score: Cleveland Drops Game 1 In New York

The Cleveland Indians dug themselves a hole against the New York Yankees on Monday night and they could not escape from it. They were down 6-0 after three innings and lost the first game of the three-game set by a final score of 7-1.

It was a rough night for Indians starter Josh Tomlin (3-5). He gave up six hits to score six runs in three innings before being replaced by Scott Barnes.

A double from Robinson Cano and homers from Dewayne Wise, Nick Swisher and Cano gave the Yankees their 6-0 lead. That lead was extended to 7-0 with an RBI triple from Wise in the sixth inning.

Cleveland's lone run came on a Jason Kipnis sac fly in the eighth.

New York's Hiroki Kuroda impoved to 7-7 with the win, striking out seven and giving up just five hits in seven innings of work.

The Indians will have a chance to rebound in Game 2 on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. ET.

For more on the Cleveland Indians and the New York Yankees, check out their respective SB Nation blogs at Let's Go Tribe and Pinstripe Alley. More news and analysis from all over the world of MLB can be found at Baseball Nation.

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