translated from Spanish: MLB: Cleveland Indians sweep series to Detroit Tigers

Detroit, USA. – Dominican Franmil Reyes hit two home runs for the Indians’ cause, who defeated the Detroit Tigers for the 20th consecutive time, an 8-5 win on Sunday, a result that brought Cleveland to the major league record for the most of a team’s wins over a single rival. Baltimore has the mark with 23 straight wins over Kansas City in a period between 1969 and 1970. The Indians will have a chance to tie that record when they host Detroit in a series of three games next weekend.
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The New York Yankees maintain an active streak of 18 wins in a row over the Orioles.Puerto Rican Francisco Lindor, Dominican José Ramírez and Venezuelan Sandy León also connected flyboards while the Indians added five bambinazos —their most in the season. Reyes, who finished with three unstoppables, hit three home runs in the three-game sweep, but abandoned the duel in the ninth inning three receiving a ball in the left hand. Mexican left-hander,” He won his first decision in his 18th campaign. Six Cleveland relievers combined to concede five hits and two runs over six innings and a third. For the Indians, the Dominicans Franmil Reyes 4-3 with a pair of scores and three RBIs, José Ramírez 4-1 with two scores and two produced, Carlos Santana 5-1, and Domingo Santana 4-0. Venezuelans César Hernandez 5-1 with scored, and Leon 2-1 with scored and driven. The Puerto Rican Lindor 5-3 with score and three pushed. For the Tigers, Venezuelans Harold Castro 4-3 with two scores, Miguel Cabrera 4-2 with three produced, and Victor Reyes 2-1 with a towed race. Puerto Rican Willi Castro 4-0. Dominican Dawel Lugo from 1-0.You might be interested: 
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