Originally written on Indians Baseball Insider  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Cleveland, OH -- Center fielder Drew Stubbs hit a game-winning double to deep center field, his fourth hit of the game, as the Cleveland Indians beat the Minnesota Twins, 7-6. The walkoff win was the second for the Tribe this season and extended the team's winning streak to five, their longest since the 2011 season. The Twins got to Indians starter Justin Masterson early, scoring one run in each of the first two innings. After back-to-back singles to open the game, Justin Morneau hit a sacrifice fly to score the game's first run. Trevor Plouffe hit a solo home run to right field in the top of the second to put Minnesota up 2-0. After allowing just one run over the next four innings, Masterson gave up two more runs in the seventh, helping the Twins re-take the lead. He finished the night having pitched six and two-thirds innings, allowing five earned runs on eight hits while striking out five. After Cody Allen allowed a two-run homer to close the book on Masterson, the Indians bullpe...
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