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  • 04 June 2019
    导出博客文章MINNEAPOLIS -- Yan Gomes found it difficult on Sunday to celebrate the Cleveland
    Indians win with his right arm in a sling.Josh Tomlin pitched 7 2/3 strong
    innings, Mike Napoli hit one of three Cleveland homers and the Indians beat the
    Minnesota Twins 6-1.Gomes snapped an 0-for-27 hitless skid in the third inning
    with a double that went off the foot of Minnesota starter Kyle Gibson and
    trickled into the outfield through a hole at shortstop. Two innings later, he
    was carted off the field with a right shoulder injury.Running out a grounder,
    Gomes stepped awkwardly on first base as he tried to avoid the swipe tag of
    first baseman Kennys Vargas, who was pulled off the bag on the throw from third
    baseman Eduardo Nunez. Gomes landed on his shoulder as he tumbled to the
    ground.As far as I know its kind of like a shoulder separation, he said. Im
    going to Cleveland to be checked out and well know more later.Manager Terry
    Francona said Gomes, who has started 63 games behind the plate, will end up on
    the disabled list with a corresponding roster move forthcoming, most likely a
    recall of Roberto Perez, who left Triple-A Columbus game Sunday.Things like this
    happen, Francona said. Hopefully, youre prepared so it doesnt get in the way of
    what youre trying to do.Chris Gimenez had two RBI off the bench as the
    division-leading Indians won for just the third time in eight games.Gimenez
    replaced Gomes and hit a two-run single in the sixth for a 4-0 lead.Its
    extremely unfortunately for the team, for him number one, but my heart goes out
    to the guy, Gimenez said. He literally cannot get a break.Tomlin (10-2), who
    gave up eight runs -- including a season-high five earned -- in 4 2/3 innings
    against Detroit in his previous outing July 6, looked more like the pitcher that
    had six straight quality starts before that outing. He allowed six hits and
    struck out four against the Twins.Minnesota had two runners on in the first, but
    just three over the next four innings as Tomlin breezed through the Minnesota
    lineup. He retired 11 straight before Max Kepler homered in the sixth.I think
    mainly the offense put up enough runs and just let me go out there and settle in
    a little bit, he said. We were able to execute pitches when we needed to.Gibson
    (2-6) allowed a season-high 10 hits and four earned runs in six innings. He
    struck out four.We were going to see how aggressive they were going to be,
    Gibson said. They really showed more patience today than we probably
    expected.Napoli homered into the second deck in left field for a 1-0 lead in the
    second. It was his 20th of the season -- and second in three games -- to tie
    Carlos Santana for the team lead.Three straight two-out singles by Cleveland in
    the fifth inning increased the lead to 2-0 when Francisco Lindors RBI single
    scored Santana.Tyler Naquin homered in the eighth and Jason Kipnis in the
    ninth.TRAINERS ROOMIndians: RHP Tommy Hunter was placed on the 15-day disabled
    list with a non-displaced fracture in his lower back. Cleveland recalled RHP
    Cody Anderson from Triple-A Columbus to replace him. Francona said Hunter was
    carrying his child during the All-Star break and tripped on a stair, injuring
    his back protecting the child. Hunter still felt pain while throwing Saturday
    and an MRI found the fracture.Twins: General manager Terry Ryan said 3B Trevor
    Plouffe, on the disabled list since July 2 with a fractured left rib, is making
    progress, but theres still some things when hes sleeping and moving.UP
    NEXTIndians: Corey Kluber (9-8, 3.61), who earned the win at the All-Star Game
    with a scoreless inning, takes to the mound Monday in Kansas City against the
    Royals Edinson Volquez (8-8, 4.85). Since June 5, Kluber is 5-2 with a 2.79 ERA,
    allowing more than two earned runs just twice.Twins: Coming off consecutive
    quality starts, Ricky Nolasco (4-7, 5.22) is scheduled to be on the mound as the
    Twins open a three-game series Monday in Detroit. Matt Boyd (0-2, 5.77) is
    scheduled to start for the Tigers.
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    TORONTO -- The Washington Capitals re-signed restricted free agent defenseman
    Dmitry Orlov to a $2.57 million, one-year contract.General manager Brian
    MacLellan announced the deal Wednesday after Orlov finished practice with Russia
    at the World Cup of Hockey.The 25-year-old with offensive talent and a penchant
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