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Indians Vs. Blue Jays: Cleveland Shut Out In Series Finale

After totaling nine runs and 12 hits on Saturday, the Cleveland Indians bats were silenced by Carlos Villanueva on Sunday. The Toronto Blue Jays topped the Indians, 3-0, to wrap up the series.

Villanueva improved to 4-0 for the Blue Jays, allowing three hits and five walks, while striking out eight over six innings.

His counterpart, Derek Lowe, also only allowed three hits over six innings, but a three-run third inning did him in.

The Blue Jays scored their three runs on a single by J.P. Arencibia, a single by Colby Rasmus and a walk from Adam Lind.

Michael Brantley had two of the Indians' five hits on Sunday.

Cleveland now drops to 45-43 on the season. It will head down to Tampa Bay on Monday to begin a four-game series with the Rays.

For more on the Indians, head over to Let's Go Tribe. For more Blue Jays coverage, visit Bluebird Banter. And for more MLB news and analysis, be sure to check out Baseball Nation.

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