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Plain Dealer Oct 4, 2015

Corey Kluber ends season with eight scoreless innings in Cleveland Indians 2-0 win over Boston

The Indians beat the Red Sox on Saturday night as Carlos Santana and Ryan Raburn homered and Corey Kluber and Cody Allen cobined on a three-hit shutout.
News-Herald Oct 3, 2015
Cleveland Indians 2, Boston Red Sox 0: Corey Kluber finishes strong

Cleveland Indians 2, Boston Red Sox 0: Corey Kluber finishes strong

Corey Kluber pitched eight innings while Carlos Santana and Ryan Raburn homered, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 2-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night.Kluber (9-16) ended his rocky season with a strong performance, allowing three hits and striking out nine. The right-hander, who won the AL Cy Young Award last season, recorded his first victory since Aug.
Plain Dealer Oct 3, 2015

Corey Kluber dominant as Cleveland Indians shut out Boston Red Sox: DMan's Report, Game 160

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Corey Kluber allowed three soft singles and struck out nine in eight innings as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Boston Red Sox, 2-0, Saturday night at wet and chilly Progressive Field. Carlos Santana and Ryan Raburn homered....
Columbus Dispatch Oct 3, 2015

Indians 2, Red Sox 0 | Kluber closes with strong outing

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Akron Beacon Journal Oct 2, 2015

Josh Tomlin strong again as Indians down Boston Red Sox 8-2

The Indians offense peppered the center-field wall in a 8-2 win against the Boston Red Sox Friday night at Progressive Field. Despite a stiff wind blowing in from center field, the Indians had no trouble finding the sweet spot against Red Sox starting pitcher Henry Owens (4-4). In the third inning of a scoreless game, a Mike Aviles single, Jose Ramirez walk and Ryan Raburn single loaded the bases for Carlos Santana, who cleared the bases with a double off the center-field wall, giving the Indians (79-80) a 3-0 lead. Two batters later, Chris Johnson added an RBI single to right field to...
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 18, 2015

Indians 12, White Sox 1: Friday’s One Last Thing on taking advantage of a rare Chris Sale mistake

The Indians throttled the Chicago White Sox 12-1 Friday night at home. Cody Anderson tossed 6 2/3 innings, allowing only one run, and the Indians’ offense got to Chris Sale, led by Carlos Santana’s grand slam that capped a six-run third inning. Friday’s One Last Thing: The Indians have been taking advantage of mistakes from a pitcher that often doesn’t make them. This is the second straight time the Indians have beaten Chris Sale, dating to a 3-2 win on September 7 that was highlighted by two home runs by Ryan Raburn and one by Mike Aviles. On Friday night, a couple hits...

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