Grady Sizemore had three more hits including a homer and right-hander Jake Westbrook made another…
Westbrook Wins With Tenacity, 4-0
Westbrook (9-7, 4.18 ERA) pitched his second shutout of the season -- though it looked early on as if the right-hander might not last past the third or fourth inning. He gave up three hits in the first, but helped his cause by picking off a runner between first and second. He yielded two hits to open the second, but got the first of three double plays to help end that threat. The Angels got two more hits and left two more stranded in the third. "I thought for a second that I was going for the 15-hit record again," he joked with reporters afterwards. In his previous start, Westbrook allowed 15 hits in a win at Boston to become the first major-leaguer since 1988 to yield that many hits in a game and still win. Victor Martinez (.314) had three hits and run while Shin-Soo Choo (.310) had three hits, a run and an RBI to lead the Indians' offense. Class AAA Buffalo (61-56) was not scheduled. Class AA Akron (71-45) gave up six runs in the bottom of the eighth and lost at New Hampshire, 10-...
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