Cleveland, OH (Learfield)  --  Cleveland right-hander Corey Kluber (KLOO-ber) stuck out 11 batters over eight innings as the Indians beat the Twins last night in Cleveland, 8-4.  

Getty Images

Kluber gave up three runs and improved to 15-and-8 on the year.  Carlos Santana and Roberto Perez each went long for the Tribe.  Jose Ramirez added a two-run double as the Indians completed the three-game sweep.  Max Kepler and Brian Dozier homered for the Twins, who fell to 49-and-84.

Pat Dean gave up seven hits and six runs in the loss.   Minnesota has dropped 13 straight games and hosts the Chicago Whites Sox for game one of a four-game series tonight.  Ervin Santana will start tonight for the Twins, Jose Quintana for the Sox.

6:30 pre-game, 7:10 first pitch on 1520 KOLM