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He hit a grand slam in the fourth on a 3-1 pitch from Junis to put the Indians head to stay, 6-2. It was his 22nd homer of the season and the Tribe's seventh slam.

In the sixth he continued to haunt Junis with a three-run homer. They both cleared the fence in right field, the first one at 409 feet, the second at 418.

"One was a change up, the other was a slider," said Lindor. "My approach is to hit the ball and wherever it goes it goes. If it goes out, it goes out."

Lindor is the first Indians player to drive in seven runs in a game since Brandon Moss did it against the Tigers on April 24, 2015. The only other Indians shortstop with seven RBI in a game was Chico Carrasquel. Like Lindor, Carrasquel did it in Kansas City, but he did it against the Kansas City Athletics, who would later become the Oakland Athletics, on April 26, 1956.

The Indians finished with 11 hits and Lindor felt it could be traced to Sunday's big win.

"Definitely, guys come in here a lot more positive," he said. "They know they're turning things around. We definitely had a lot of good at-bats (Sunday and Monday)."

Terry Francona on Francisco Lindor, Corey Kluber, Rajai Davis after win over KC

The game did not start well for Kluber (12-4, 2.64). For the second time in as many starts he allowed a leadoff homer. Against St. Louis on June 26, it was Matt Carpenter. Monday night it was Whit Merrifield.

When Mike Moustakas followed with a one-out single and scored on Salvador Perez's doubled after an 11-pitch at-bat, it looked like Kluber was in for another short night after going just 1 2/3 innings against the Cardinals.

Kluber, however, escaped the first with no further damage, even though he threw 24 pitches. Then he found cruise control, retiring the Royals in order on 13 pitches in the second and third innings.

"In the first inning against St. Louis I was getting ahead and then making bad pitches," said Kluber. "In the first inning tonight, I was getting behind and making bad pitches.

"When you get ahead of guys and make good pitches, you're going to have quick innings. When you fall behind guys and don't make good pitches, they tend to drag on. That was the difference tonight."

The only other trouble spot came in the sixth, when the Royals scored their final run on four singles. But by that time the Indians were leading 9-3.

Before Francisco Lindor's two homers, there was a sacrifice bunt

Kluber allowed three runs on six hits. He struck out five and didn't walk a batter. Junis allowed nine runs on eight hits in 5 1/3 innings.

Barrel: Francisco Lindor (33) [CLE] off Jakob Junis [KC]: 105.0 mph, 26 degrees (Home Run - 418 ft)

Barrel: Francisco Lindor (32) [CLE] off Jakob Junis [KC]: 108.1 mph, 26 degrees (Home Run - 409 ft)

What it means

Now take a look at the Wikipedia history of slavery. Interesting. First sentence says this: “The history of slavery spans nearly every culture, race and religion, and from ancient times to the present day. Slavery was a legally recognized system in which people were legally considered the property or chattel of another”.

A little later it says this: ” Slavery was a common practice among Africans. There were three types: those who were slaves through conquest, those who were slaves due to unpaid debts or those whose parents gave them as slaves to tribal chiefs.”

Now what I couldn’t find anywhere Benjamin, were historical accounts of any of these other slave descendants (pick the culture) who 150 years after their enslavement committed high rates of murder and rape attributable to their great great great great grandparents misfortune….as you claim is the case for the African American community. Or did I miss something?

I don’t know… but if you ask me I think you are saying the African Americans, unlike every other enslaved culture, are incapable of getting over this slavery thing. They aren’t as good as other societies at overcoming diversity. Typical white lib it seems. Have little or no expectations of blacks and cover for them by helping them perpetuate these myths about slavery. Just an enabler. I wonder what African Americans really think of whites like you?

In contrast, we conservatives know African Americans are more than capable of righting themselves, as they proved before the government started to “help” them with the great society. All things considered, they did pretty damn well until then. I give them a lot of credit for that. They can get back to that if they would turn their backs on big government, race hustlers and panderers like you, and take matters into their own hands like they once did.

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It’s called projection. When you’re politics are far right, almost everything seems to be far left of you. But unlike you, I’m not ideologically obsessed. I don’t generally concern myself with labeling authors I read in order to decide what is politically correct to my viewpoint.

There is nothing from reading The New Jim Crow that would make one think that Michelle Alexander was a Marxist or whatever. Scholars like William Julius Wilson have even be labeled as conservatives by others, because I suppose he is to the right of someone who is more of a left-winger (he downplays racism as having a major role as in the past), but in reality he seems more of a moderate.

These are serious scholars dealing with facts. Any conservative who is intellectually honest shouldn’t be afraid of facts. For example, here is a conservative review of Loewen’s book:

I read other authors on race issues as well. For example, I’ve enjoyed some of Thomas Sowell’s writings. He sometimes writes about race, but he isn’t specifically a scholar in this area. I also read authors like Glenn C. Loury who spent much of his career as an ardent conservative.

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The Ducks perform a final routine. Oregon Acrobatics and Tumbling falls to Baylor 824.285-286.75 in rematch for final home meet at Matthew Knight Arena on April 8, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)
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Going into Sunday’s meet against the Baylor Bears, the women of Oregon acrobatics and tumbling knew that they needed to deliver a flawless performance to best their rivals on senior night.For most of the meet, it looked like they might do it.

Despite a stellar showing throughout the first five events,a pair of costly mistakes in the team event knocked the Ducks’ score down enough for the Bears to pull out a 286.750-284.285 win. With the loss, Oregon concludes its regular season with a 4-3 record.

“We were tenths ahead of them and we knew this meet was going to come down to tenths,” Ducks head coach Keenyn Won said. “We knew we had to go out there and execute our team event. Baylor definitely had some mistakes in theirs, but we just had bigger mistakes.”

Despite the loss, the Ducks’ score of 100.160 in the team event was the team’s best mark of the season, and the first time Oregon cracked triple digits. Won said that the event cost the Ducks the meet, and the scores bear that out: a fall is an automatic 1.5 point deduction, and both of Oregon’s mistakes were falls. Without them, the Ducks would’ve taken home a victory.

Even though she was disappointed, Won noted that she’d prefer to have the team’s errors come down to pair of big ones rather than a bevy of minor slip-ups.

The Bears kicked things off with a 38.85-38.70 win in the compulsory event, and followed that up with a win in the acro event.

In the pyramid event, the Ducks hit their stride, winning the event 29.80-29.20. To cap things off, the team earned a perfect 10.0 in heat three to head into the intermission with a 97.95-97.85 lead.

Oregon continued where it left off after the break, coming back out to win the toss event 29.70-29.55. They continued on to take the tumbling event 56.475-56.35.

“Tonight, I feel like we really did execute in events 1-5,” Won said. “That’s something we’ve really been working on in the last month, to focus on an entire meet.”

Ducks seniors and their families are honored at the end of this season’s last home meet, including the family of Lauren Jones, an Acrobatics and Tumbling athlete who passed away in 2015. Many of her teammates wear her number 51 while performing at meets. Her initials are embroidered into their jerseys. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

The loss came during what was already destined to be an emotional night for the Ducks as the team said goodbye to seniors Alexis Cross, Reagan Trussell, Taylor Galvin, Sabrina Peyton, Annelyse Robinson, Kendall Greene, Maddy Hite, Cheyenne Holliday, Kaylee Nicklos and Ali Garwood.

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