6:46 PM EDT, Wed May 25, 2016

Indians down Royals 5-4

CLEVELAND — Starter and stopper. Josh Tomlin is handling both roles for the Indians. The dependable right-hander stayed unbeaten and again helped Cleveland bounce back after a loss, leading the Indians over the Kansas City Royals 5-4 on Sunday. Tomlin (5-0) worked into the seventh inning and became the first Indians pitcher to win his first five outings since Justin Masterson in 2011. He’s also been the one to get the Indians back on track, improving to 12-0 with a 2.82 ERA following a Cleveland loss since the beginning of last season. read more
News-Herald May 8, 2016

Josh Tomlin stays unbeaten as Cleveland Indians down Royals, 5-4

Starter and stopper. Josh Tomlin is handling both roles for the Indians.The dependable right-hander stayed unbeaten and again helped Cleveland bounce back after a loss, leading the Indians over the Royals, 5-4, on May 8.Indians-Royals photo galleryTomlin (5-0) worked into the seventh inning and became the first Indians pitcher to win his first five outings since Justin Masterson in 2011.

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