Athletics Vs. Indians Final Score: Oakland Shuts Out Cleveland Again, 7-0

On Tuesday, the Oakland Athletics picked up their second straight shutout win over the Cleveland Indians. This time, they did it in a bit more dominant fashion, getting the win by a final score of 7-0.

Brandon Moss and Adam Rosales hit RBI singles in the second inning to give the A's a quick 2-0 lead. Moss chipped in with a two-out, two-run homer in the third to make it 4-0. In the fifth, Chris Carter belted his 12th home run of the year.

The A's kept scoring til the end, plating two more runs in the top of the ninth on a Carter RBI double and an RBI groundout from Josh Donaldson.

Starter Tom Milone gave up seven hits and a walk in six innings, but allowed no runs and struck out five. He combined with Jerry Blevins, Pat Neshek and Evan Scribner for the shutout.

Oakland will return on Wednesday to try to pick up a third straight win at Progressive Field.

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