Cabrera Crushes Tribe Again; Tigers 4, Indians 0

The Indians fell to Detroit, 4-0, on Friday night as David Price pitched a shutout and Miguel Cabrera slammed a three-run homer to continue his hot hitting against the Tribe.

Danny Salazar struck out six and allowed three runs in seven innings, all of which came on Cabrera’s three-run homer in the sixth.

The Indians grounded into four inning-ending double plays. Ryan Raburn made two fantastic catches in left for Cleveland.

W: David Price (6-2)

L: Danny Salazar (6-2)

HR: Miguel Cabrera (13, 6th inning off Salazar 2 on, 1 Out)

Photo: Duane Burleson/AP Photo

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