(CLEVELAND, OH) - Colby Lewis recorded a career-high-tying ten strikeouts in a spot start as the Texas Rangers beat the Cleveland Indians 6-2.
Lewis allowed two runs on three hits over five and a third innings as he started in place of CJ Wilson, who came down with a case of food poisoning.
Nelson Cruz hit a solo home run, his sixth of the season, while Julio Borbon had a two-run single as the Rangers won their third game in a row.
Cleveland's lone offense came on Michael Brantley's two-run double in the sixth as the Indians suffered their fifth-straight loss.
The Rangers go for a sweep of the three-game series this afternoon at Progressive Field.
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