The strikeouts keep coming for rookie right-hander Jose Fernandez, while the winning streak has ended for the Cleveland Indians.
Fernandez pitched eight innings and struck out 14, the most by an NL pitcher this season, to help Miami beat the Indians 10-0, snapping their eight-game win streak.
Miami's All-Star became the first major league pitcher to strike out at least 13 in consecutive games since Randy Johnson in 2004. He's the first rookie to do so since Kerry Wood in 1998.
Fernandez (8-5) set a Marlins record for the most strikeouts in consecutive starts. He had 13 Sunday in a win over Pittsburgh.
He pitched for the first time since turning 21 Wednesday and showed he's not yet over the hill, allowing just three hits. He struck out at least one batter in every inning and was still throwing 97 mph in the eighth.
He also hit a sacrifice fly in the third for his fourth RBI this season.
Fernandez's strikeout total was the most by a rookie since Stephen Strasburg of the National...