May 21, 2009
Victor Martinez drove in three runs and the Cleveland Indians got past Zack Greinke by getting to the Kansas City bullpen for an 8-3 victory Thursday.
Greinke's record stayed at 7-1 with his first no-decision in
nine starts. He went six innings, gave up a season-high eight hits
and left with a 3-2 lead. His major league-leading ERA crept up to
0.82 from 0.60.
Asdrubal Cabrera had four hits and two RBIs as Cleveland beat
the same opponent two times in a row for the first time this
Carl Pavano (4-4) went six innings. Rafael Betancourt came in
with the bases loaded and none out in the ninth and got three quick
outs for his first save in three chances.