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Indians Come Out Swinging In The Rain

Casey Blake hits one of his two homers.

In weather that brought back memories of Cleveland's first postseason game in 1995, the Indians played like a playoff team. After waiting out a 90-minute rain, the Indians got three solo homers and solid pitching in a 6-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. It wasn't a matchup of two all-star laden clubs -- but it was BASEBALL, which after tomorrow won't been seen in Cleveland for six months.

Jake Westbrook (15-10) pitched seven strong innings to finish with the best record on the pitching staff. The right-hander allowed one run on give hits and a walk, striking out six. "He's had another fantastic season," manager Eric Wedge said. "He's been as consistent as you can be at this level. That's not just by happenstance. He works... Recommended Stories

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