Reyes' 3-run home run, Clevinger's strong start power Indians past Royals, 4-2

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Reyes' 3-run home run, Clevinger's strong start power Indians past Royals, 4-2
Reyes' 3-run home run, Clevinger's strong start power Indians past Royals, 4-2

Reyes' 3-run home run, Clevinger's strong start power Indians past Royals, 4-2 The Indians pulled closer to their goal of playing October baseball by win-loss record on Saturday night, but they also might be holding their breath that a key component won't be missing additional time as they chase down the Minnesota Twins in the division and battle a few others for a wild-card spot. The Indians put up a four-run third inning and starting pitcher Mike Clevinger and the bullpen made it stand up the rest of the night in a 4-2 win over the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field. But some potentially concerning news with Jose Ramirez accompanies the victory for the Indians. In the first inning, Ramirez

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