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But as Josh Tomlin pointed out, \”We won, right? Tomlin continued his comeback from Tommy John surgery and the Cleveland Indians survived a near-disastrous eighth-inning gaffe on Sunday in a 6-5 win over the flagging Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Cleveland committed two errors and allowed two unearned runs, had a runner thrown out at home plate and saw a pitcher botch a throw on a potential inning-ending double play. But on a day when speedster Nyjer Morgan hit just his seventh homer in an 11-year career and slumping slugger Carlos Santana showed some offensive glimmers, Cleveland had just enough.

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    [...] Indians avoid catastrophe to beat Rays (The SportsXchange) But as Josh Tomlin pointed out, ”We won, right? Tomlin continued his comeback from Tommy John surgery and the Cleveland Indians survived a near-disastrous eighth-inning gaffe on Sunday in a 6-5 win over the flagging Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Cleveland committed two errors and allowed two unearned runs, had a runner thrown out [...]… [...]

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But as Josh Tomlin pointed out, \”We won, right? Tomlin continued his comeback from Tommy John surgery and the Cleveland Indians survived a near-disastrous eighth-inning gaffe on Sunday in a 6-5 win over the flagging Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Cleveland committed two errors and allowed two unearned runs, had a runner thrown out at home plate and saw a pitcher botch a throw on a potential inning-ending double play. But on a day when speedster Nyjer Morgan hit just his seventh homer in an 11-year career and slumping slugger Carlos Santana showed some offensive glimmers, Cleveland had just enough.

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