INDIANS 6, TWINS 2
Shane Bieber pitched into the eighth inning, Jose Ramirez had three hits and the Indians pulled into a tie with the Twins for the AL Central lead.
Cleveland trailed Minnesota by 11+ games on June 3 before putting together a 41-16 run, the best record in the majors since June 4. The Twins are 30-28 in those games and their division lead finally slipped away with their first four-game losing streak of the season.
Bieber (12-4) allowed a pair of home runs but struck out 11 in seven-plus innings.
Jason Castro and Eddie Rosario homered for Minnesota, which broke its franchise record for home runs in a season with its majors-leading total of 226. Devin Smeltzer (1-2) surrendered six runs in 4 1/3 innings.
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