Trevor Bauer struck out seven foes in six innings and a third and Carlos Santana hit a pair of doubles with two runs to lead the Cleveland Indians to a 6-2 win over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday.
Bauer (1-2) allowed two runs, three hits and three walks to reduce his effectiveness from 8.44 to 6.35. Andrew Miller worked an inning and a third of relief so that the Indians stayed with the three games of the series, including the suspension by rainy Wednesday.
Ervin Santana allowed a touchdown, four hits and gave up three bases in just over six innings for the Twins, who are 1-5 in their 10-game stay.
For the Indians, the Dominicans Carlos Santana of 5-3 with two towed and one annotated; Abraham Almonte 5-2 with an annotated; Edwin Encarnacion of 3-1; José Ramírez of 3-0 with an impelled and an annotated one; Michael Martinez 1-0 with a scored; The Puerto Ricans Roberto Pérez 3-1; Francisco Lindor of 4-0. The Cuban Yandy Diaz of 3-1 with an annotated one. Brazilian Yan Gomes 2-1 with a produced.