CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians put on a power display, belting five two-run homers and going yard seven times overall in a 14-2 romp of the Philadelphia Phillies in the opener of a two-game Interleague series at the launching pad known as Progressive Field.
Ryan Raburn recorded a two-homer game for the second day in a row for the Indians, who have totaled 33 runs while winning three straight games. Six of Cleveland's seven home runs came with two outs.
Cleveland starter Zach McAllister (2-3) allowed home runs to Delmon Young and Chase Utley and only three other hits in a season-best seven innings.
The Indians quickly jumped on Philadelphia starter Roy Halladay (2-3), who appeared to have turned the corner with three consecutive strong assignments. Tuesday's outing, however, resembled the struggles he endured in his first two starts of the season as he was tagged for eight runs on nine hits -- both season highs -- in 3 2/3 innings.
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