Indians Vs. Twins Final Score: Cleveland Loses Big, Losing Streak At 10

The Cleveland Indians are in rough shape. After losing 14-3 to the Minnesota Twins at home on Monday night, they have lost 10 straight games.

It was all but over after the second inning, as starter Zach McAllister surrendered back-to-back home runs to Josh Willingham and Justin Morneau, then gave up five more runs on a single from Ben Revere, a double from Joe Mauer and a single from Morneau. He was replaced by Josh Tomlin, who promptly gave up a three-run homer to Ryan Doumit.

McAllister gave up six hits, nine runs and struck out three in 1 2/3 innings.

In the fourth, Morneau put Cleveland further behind with another home run, a two-run shot. Mauer made it 13-1 with an RBI-double in the sixth.

Carlos Santana's two-run home run made it 13-3 in the sixth, but that's as close as the Indians would get. .Denard Span scored on a fielder's choice in the eighth and that was it.

A stat illustrating the Indians' recent futility, courtesy of MLB.com's Jordan Bastian:

Cleveland will try to put a stop to the streak again on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. ET.

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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