In Cleveland's 15-4 win over Kansas City on Sunday, the Indians scored all 15 runs in the final four innings. It marks only the third time, dating back to 1918, that Cleveland scored at least 15 runs with each coming in the sixth inning or later. The Tribe also accomplished the feat on Sept. 10, 1939, and July 8, 1956.
Indians infielder Jason Donald, who is currently sidelined with a right hand injury, continued to play catch and take batting practice on Monday. Donald is hopeful that he will be able to resume playing at some point during the Tribe's final homestand.
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis is currently one of five players this season with at least 10 homers, 25 stolen bases and 70 RBIs. The others include Ryan Braun, Starlin Castro, Mike Trout and B.J. Upton.