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Published: 4/27/2014 - Updated: 5 months ago


Giants win 4-1 over Indians

The Cleveland Indians fell 4-1 to the San Francisco Giants on Sunday, April 27, 2014 in San Francisco. The Giants earned a three-game sweep of Cleveland with the win.

Cleveland Indians' Danny Salazar works against the San Francisco Giants in the first inning. Enlarge Cleveland Indians' Danny Salazar works against the San Francisco Giants in the first inning.
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San Francisco Giants' Ryan Vogelsong works against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning. Enlarge San Francisco Giants' Ryan Vogelsong works against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning.
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San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval is congratulated by manager Bruce Bochy, right, after Sandoval scored against the Cleveland Indians in the fourth inning. Enlarge San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval is congratulated by manager Bruce Bochy, right, after Sandoval scored against the Cleveland Indians in ...
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San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford swings for an RBI double off Cleveland Indians' Danny Salazar. Enlarge San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford swings for an RBI double off Cleveland Indians' Danny Salazar.
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Cleveland Indians' Yan Gomes, right, is congratulated by third base coach Mike Sarbaugh after Gomes hit a home run off San Francisco Giants' Santiago Casilla in the eighth inning. Enlarge Cleveland Indians' Yan Gomes, right, is congratulated by third base coach Mike Sarbaugh after Gomes hit a home run off ...
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San Francisco Giants' Brandon Hicks celebrates after hitting the game-winning home run in the ninth-inning. Enlarge San Francisco Giants' Brandon Hicks celebrates after hitting the game-winning home run in the ninth-inning.
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San Francisco Giants' Brandon Hicks swings for the game-winning home run. Enlarge San Francisco Giants' Brandon Hicks swings for the game-winning home run.
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