MLB wrap: Indians dominate Reds for 6th straight win

first_img Pirates’ Francisco Cervelli done with catching after latest concussion: ‘I can’t live like this’ Cleveland was good all around in its 11-1 victory over Cincinnati on Sunday.The Indians excelled at the plate, notching 18 hits and four home runs. On the mound, Trevor Bauer tallied nine strikeouts in seven innings of work. Cleveland (50-38) enters the All-Star break riding a six-game winning streak and sits 5 1/2 games back from the AL Central-leading Twins.Going into the All-Star break on a 6-game win streak!SPICY HOT! 🔥🔥🔥#WWWWWWindians | #RallyTogether pic.twitter.com/Bu9CC0UDKs— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) July 7, 2019The Reds on the other hand have lost two straight and are fifth in the NL Central standings, but still just 4 1/2 games behind the first-place Cubs. Related News Rafael Devers was held hitless in five at-bats as Boston topped Detroit 6-3.HighlightColorado’s Nolan Arenado bare-handed this ball and made a great throw to first.We have no words, Nolan. pic.twitter.com/kF86iuIb22— MLB (@MLB) July 7, 2019What’s Next?All-Star break — Yes, the All-Star break is upon us. So you know what that means. The 2019 Home Run Derby kicks off Monday, July 8 at 8 p.m. ET, but fan favorite Christian Yelich was forced to pull out due to a back injury. Then there’s the All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 9 at 7:30 p.m. Plenty of fun festivities are ahead before regular season play returns Thursday.center_img Studs of the NightJesus Aguilar hit two home runs in the Brewers’ 6-5 loss to the Pirates.Jay Bruce went yard twice as the Phillies took down the Mets 8-3.Duds of the NightAnthony Santander went 0-for-4 at the plate in the Orioles’ 6-1 loss to the Blue Jays. Todd Frazier: Jake Arrieta went ‘a little overboard’ with dented skull threatlast_img

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