The Cleveland Indians' winning streak began with Corey Kluber on the hill.
Now, he'll try to help extend it.
Kluber squares off against Mike Pelfrey as the Indians go for their first seven-game winning streak in two years in Sunday's series finale against the visiting Minnesota Twins.
After a slow start to the year, Cleveland (14-13) has started to hit its stride. The Indians have batted .373 and outscored opponents 53-14 during it streak. They last won seven in a row April 26-May 3, 2011.
The first of these victories came thanks in large part to Kluber (2-0, 2.25 ERA). In his first start of the season, Kluber scattered seven hits and struck out six over seven innings of two-run ball as Cleveland beat Kansas City in the nightcap of last Sunday's doubleheader.
Filling in for the injured Brett Myers, Kluber retired his final 10 batters.
"He was aggressive, especially in," manager Terry Francona told MLB's official website. "He was kind of moving guys off the plate and opening up...