Solo Homers Sink Tribe; Rays 4, Indians 1

Jason Kipnis had three more hits and Carlos Carrasco had another quality start, but the Rays beat the Indians, 4-1, on Friday.

Kipnis, who was third in the AL’s most recent All-Star voting update, had a double and two singles; after hitting .429 in May, he’s increased his June average to .345, with nine runs in 15 games.

Carrasco allowed three runs in 6.2 innings, but fell to 8-6 on the year.

W: Nate Karns (4-3)

L: Carlos Carrasco (8-6)

S: Brad Boxberger (17)

HR: Joey Butler (6, 1st inning off Carrasco 0 on, 1 Out); Asdrubal Cabrera (4, 2nd inning off Carrasco 0 on, 2 Out); Steven Souza Jr. (14, 9th inning off Atchison 0 on, 0 Out).

Photo: Tony Dejak/AP Photo

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