Moss Keeps Tribe Streaking to 4th Straight Win; Indians 7, Reds 3

The Indians took advantage of some wildness from Mike Leake and used a home run and three runs batted in from Brandon Moss to win the opening game of the three game series against the Cincinnati Reds, 7-3. The win propelled the Indians to their fourth straight win, their longest winning streak of the season.

Cleveland is now 11-9 in the month of May, including winning seven of their last 10 games. Carlos Carrasco tossed six innings, allowing just four hits and two runs while striking out seven. It’s the least amount of hits Carrasco has allowed since April 21 when he allowed four to Chicago.

W: Carlos Carrasco (5-4)

L: Mike Leake (2-3)

HR: Moss (7, 3rd inning off Leake 0 on, 0 Out)

Photo: Tony Dejak/AP Photo

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