MLB: Cleveland 7, Cincinnati 1

May 30, 2013 at 10:30 PM

CLEVELAND, May 30 (UPI) -- Michael Bourn's two-run double highlighted a seven-run fourth inning Thursday that vaulted Cleveland to a 7-1 decision over Cincinnati.

All of the fourth-inning runs came after two were out and gave the Indians their second straight win.

Scott Kazmir (3-2) was the beneficiary of the big inning and earned the win with a seven-inning effort. He worked around eight hits while striking out five.

All of Cleveland's runs were charged to Homer Bailey (3-4), who struck out two of the first four men he faced in the fourth before giving up six straight hits.

Two-out singles by Michael Brantley and Yan Gomes each delivered a run and Ryan Raburn next doubled home Brantley. Bourn followed with his double to left that scored two more, after which a base hit by Jason Kipnis and a double from Asdrubal Cabrera accounted for an additional two runs.

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