Better late than never.
After starting in an early deficit with starting pitcher Corey Kluber struggling to keep the ball in the yard, timely hitting throughout the middle portion of the game and a three-run ninth inning gave the Cleveland Indians (1-0) a season-opening 8-5 win over the Texas Rangers (0-1) at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.
Six different Indians collected an RBI in the win, led by two from second baseman Jose Ramirez. Designated hitter Carlos Santana and first baseman Edwin Encarnacion each had a pair of hits in the win over the Rangers.
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