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Tomlin throws complete game in Indians' 8-1 win against Tigers

DETROIT The Indians received some good news and some bad news Friday. The bad news was that ace Corey Kluber was being scratched from his start and will miss at least 10 days with a strained hamstring. The good news is that Josh Tomlin, taking the mound in Kluber's place, threw a complete game and the Indians' offense gave him plenty of support to pick up a needed 8-1 win against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park Friday night. With a month left in the regular season, the Indians (65-68) opened Friday six games back of the Texas Rangers for the second wild-card spot in the American League. Normally, entering a series in that spot against the Tigers who have had the...

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