Cleveland (WOIO) - The Indians won the first game of the doubleheader on Monday, but couldn't keep the momentum going in Game 2, falling to the Yankees, 7-0.
The Yankees did most of their damage in the seventh inning, scoring six runs, including two off Trevor Bauer, and blowing the game open. The six runs are the most the Indians have given up in one inning since April 16th against Boston.
Bauer went six plus innings with four strikeouts and 2 earned runs. Nick Hagadone relieved him and gave up four more runs.
The Indians bats could only muster five hits, compared to New York's 11.
The Indians will travel to Philadelphia Tuesday to start a two game set against the Phillies. Scott Kazmir will take the hill for the Tribe. Cleveland swept the Phillies in their earlier two game series this season.
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