Ramirez homers twice as Indians rattle Reds 19-4

Ramirez homers twice as Indians rattle Reds 19-4

CLEVELAND (AP) — Jose Ramirez is skipping the Home Run Derby. He’s not missing much else right now.
Ramirez homered twice to match Albert Belle’s club record for home runs before the All-Star break and the Cleveland Indians took out some frustrations following a brutal loss with a 19-4 thumping of the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.
Ramirez hit a two-run homer in the first inning off Tyler Mahle (7-7) and connected for a three-run shot in Cleveland’s nine-run third. With the Indians up 17-0, the All-Star third baseman was replaced in the fifth inning by manager Terry Francona before he could inflict further damage.
“He’s a monster,” Francona said of Ramirez. “And he’s getting better.
Source: Chronic astros

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