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• Major League Baseball overturned two scoring decisions from Cleveland's recent weekend series against the Angels. Asdrubal Cabrera was awarded a double for the ball that Angels right fielder Torii Hunter lost in the sun during the fifth inning on Sunday. Hunter was originally charged with a two-base error. Los Angeles' Erick Aybar was also given an infield single for what was initially deemed an error by second baseman Jason Kipnis in the fourth inning on Saturday.

• Double-A Akron right-hander Bryce Stowell has been placed on the Minor League disabled list with a right forearm strain. Through his first four games of the season, Stowell has piled up 15 strikeouts against no walks over seven shutout innings.

• Shelley Duncan's seventh-inning solo home run in Tuesday's 7-2 loss to the White Sox snapped an 11-game homerless drought for the Tribe. It was the longest power outage for the club since a 14-game streak without a long ball from April 10-27, 1983.