- The Cleveland Indians are the winners in their confrontation with the Baltimore Orioles
- The final score was 10-3.
- A summary is offered with the most surprising moments.
CLEVELAND (AP) – José Ramírez and Bobby Bradley homered during a three-run first inning and the Cleveland Indians beat the Orioles 10-3 on Thursday night extending Baltimore’s road losing streak to 19 games. The Orioles are approaching the major league record of 22 consecutive road loses. Arizona, which tied the mark on Wednesday, faced San Francisco on Thursday. The Philadelphia Athletics (1943) and New York Mets (22) had also lost 22 straight road games.
The win gave Cleveland a four-game sweep and sent Baltimore to its eighth straight loss overall. Trevor Stephan (1-0) pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings for his first major league win. Austin Hays and Maikel Franco homered for the Orioles, who return home to start a series against Toronto on Friday.
The Cleveland Indians get one more win
Ramirez hit a two-run home run, the Dominican’s 16th this season. Bradley hit his four after moving up from the minors on June 4. Rosario took it out in the fourth against his Puerto Rican compatriot Jorge López (2-8). For the Orioles, Franco 4-1, one scored and one RBI. The Venezuelan Freddy galvis of 2-0. For the Indians, the Dominicans Ramírez 5-1, one scored and three RBIs; and Amed Rosario 5-2, one scored. Puerto Rican Rosario 5-1, one scored and one towed.