Indians Vs. Twins Score Update: Cleveland Down Big After Minnesota's 10-Run Inning

The Cleveland Indians entered tonight's game against the Minnesota Twins trying to end a nine-game losing streak. Early on, it isn't looking good. In the fourth inning at Progressive Field, the Tribe is down 12-1.

Cleveland started the scoring in the first inning when Jason Kipnis scored on a Carlos Santana groundout, but it was all Twins after that. Minnesota scored a ridiculous 10 runs in the second inning.

Josh Willingham and Justin Morneau hit back to back home runs to start it off, then a scoring error by Kipnis resulted in Ryan Doumit reaching home plate. Then, starter Zach McAllister gave up an RBI-single to Ben Revere, a two-run double to Joe Mauer, and another RBI-single, this time to Morneau. That was the end of his evening.

Reliever Josh Tomlin surrendered a three-run home run to Doumit after that and it was 10-1.

Neither team managed a hit in the third inning, then Morneau hit a two-run home run in the fourth. Cleveland will need a big inning of its own soon.

For more on the Cleveland Indians, head over to Let's Go Tribe, and check out Twinkie Town for more on their opposition. You can also check out Baseball Nation for more news and analysis on MLB as well as SB Nation's Youtube Channel:

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