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Published: 5/14/2014 - Updated: 11 months ago


Indians crush Blue Jays 15-4

The Cleveland Indians faced the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 and won the game 15-4.

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber works against the Toronto Blue Jays. Enlarge Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber works against the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Blue Jays starting pitcher Dustin McGowan works against the Cleveland Indians. Enlarge Blue Jays starting pitcher Dustin McGowan works against the Cleveland Indians.
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Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes, left, misses the catch on a throwing error by first baseman Adam Lind as Cleveland Indians' Michael Bourn is safe at second base. Enlarge Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes, left, misses the catch on a throwing error by first baseman Adam Lind as Cleveland ...
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Carlos Santana slides safely into home plate. Enlarge Carlos Santana slides safely into home plate.
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Blue Jays starting pitcher Dustin McGowan wipe his head during the first inning. Enlarge Blue Jays starting pitcher Dustin McGowan wipe his head during the first inning.
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Cleveland Indians' Michael Bourn, right, argues a call with home plate umpire Jerry Meals, left. Enlarge Cleveland Indians' Michael Bourn, right, argues a call with home plate umpire Jerry Meals, left.
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Blue Jays third baseman Juan Francisco, left, forces out Cleveland Indians' Yan Comes, right, at third base. Enlarge Blue Jays third baseman Juan Francisco, left, forces out Cleveland Indians' Yan Comes, right, at third base.
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Blue Jays second baseman Brett Lawrie eyes a foul ball. Enlarge Blue Jays second baseman Brett Lawrie eyes a foul ball.
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Cleveland Indians left fielder Michael Brantley misses the ball on a double by Toronto Blue Jays' Adam Lind. Enlarge Cleveland Indians left fielder Michael Brantley misses the ball on a double by Toronto Blue Jays' Adam Lind.
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