October 15, 1995 in Nation/World

Indians 7, Mariners 0 Knocked For A Loop

Associated Press
 

The Cleveland Indians have evened the score.

The Indians received home runs from Eddie Murray and Jim Thome and superb pitching from Ken Hill to beat Seattle 7-0 Saturday night, squaring the best-of-seven American League baseball playoffs at two games apiece.

Game 5 is today in Cleveland. The series returns to Seattle on Tuesday for Game 6 and, if necessary, Game 7.

The Indians did it with a makeshift lineup that was also missing a pair of injured stars, heavy-hitting Albert Belle and catcher Sandy Alomar.

Hill, making his first start and second career appearance in the postseason, took advantage of a big early lead and pitched seven scoreless innings, allowing five hits.

MEMO: This sidebar appeared with the story: SERIES GLANCE The Mariners: Jay Buhner has three hits in three at-bats. The Indians: Eddie Murray and Jim Thome each hit a two-run home run; pitcher Ken Hill stops M’s. Standings: Tied 2-2 (best of seven) Game 5: 4:20 p.m. PDT today in Cleveland. Pitchers: Chris Bosio (Mariners) vs. Orel Hershiser

This sidebar appeared with the story: SERIES GLANCE The Mariners: Jay Buhner has three hits in three at-bats. The Indians: Eddie Murray and Jim Thome each hit a two-run home run; pitcher Ken Hill stops M’s. Standings: Tied 2-2 (best of seven) Game 5: 4:20 p.m. PDT today in Cleveland. Pitchers: Chris Bosio (Mariners) vs. Orel Hershiser

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