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Westbrook Wins With Belliard Blast
"Tonight was a typically hard-fought game," Indians manager Eric Wedge told SportsTicker. "We had to keep going and it eventually paid off. It was an exciting series, a hard-fought series. It was everything we anticipated coming into it." Ron Belliard's three-run homer broke a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning and Bob Wickman got his 41st save in relief of Jake Westbrook (15-14), who flirted with perfection for a few innings. Westbrook retired the first 12 he faced until walking Eric Chavez to open the fifth. He didn't give up a hit until Marco Scutaro singled to center after a leadoff walk to Jay Payton in the sixth. The right-hander gave up two hits and three runs over seven innings -- yielding a three-run, game-tying homer to Nick Swisher, his 18th, right after Scutaro broke up the no-hit bid. Cleveland got to former Cy Young Award winner Barry Zito (13-12) in the fifth. Grady Sizemore doubled and was bunted to third by Coco Crisp. Jhonny Peralta and Travis...
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