ON THE MOUND: A pair of errors by first baseman Ike Davis opened the door for a four-run first inning by Cleveland. Brandon McCarthy paid the price for the mistakes. The Indians scored five runs during his 4 1/3 innings, although only two were earned. McCarthy appears to have won a spot in the starting rotation, but he is not celebrating. “If I felt like that was a significant achievement, I’d be aiming way too low,” he said. “Twelve years in, I’ve done this for a long time. That’s not where my focus is. It’s on making 32 starts, pitching in the postseason, doing everything I need to do as a solid major league starter.” … Adam Liberatore allowed his first runs of the spring when Indians outfielder Yandy Diaz launched a three-run homer. Liberatore gave up a single and a walk before Diaz went deep.