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Reynolds Extra Innings Bomb Pushes Indians Past Blue Jays
Updated May 5, 2013 12:01 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(Toronto, CN) - Mark Reynolds homered over the left-centerfield wall in the eleventh-inning to lift the Cleveland Indians over the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 at Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Reynolds' lead-off home run in extra innings helped the Indians erase a comeback by Toronto in the botton of-the-ninth, when Jose Batista homered off of Chris Perez in tying the game at two.

Joe Smith earned the save for his work in the Cleveland eleventh and Ubaldo Jimenez allowed 1 run in 6 innings during his first start of the season.

Michael Brantley drove-in a run and had 4 hits for Cleveland and Carlos Santana had a couple of hits and an RBI.

The Indians can finish the road-sweep of the Blue Jays this evening when play begins at 7:07

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