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Tribe Make It Two In A Row Over Tigers Win 6-3

For the first time since they last made the playoffs in 2001,the Cleveland Indians are the ones being chased, not the ones chasing. The Tribe made it two in a row over division rivals the Detroit Tigers Saturday, winning by a score of 6-3. The win gives Cleveland a one and a half game edge over Detroit in the American League Central.

Indians starter C.C. Sabathia, saw his record improve to 7-1, tying him for the lead in the American League for victories. Indians left fielder David Deliucci broke a 3-3 tie with a two run homer in the eighth, Victor Martinez also had a two run shot for Cleveland in the third. Indians closer Joe Borowski continues to impress, getting his league high 16th save in 18 appearances.

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