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Dodgers can't hold the lead, fall to the Indians, 5-4
Dodgers can't hold the lead, fall to the Indians, 5-4

Nobody walks in L.A., at least until it hurts. Hyun-Jin Ryu pushed the Dodgers’ record streak of starting pitchers giving up two or fewer walks to 36 consecutive games Wednesday, but then Brian Wilson took over in the eighth and immediately walked consecutive batters. Both scored as the Indians pulled off a 5-4 comeback victory before an announced afternoon crowd of 50,199 at Dodger Stadium. The Indians scored three times in the eighth inning to overcome the 3-2 lead with which Ryu exited. After winning five consecutive series, the Dodgers dropped two of three games to the Indians. Ryu (9-5) certainly did his job, holding Cleveland to a Ryan Raburn two-run homer in the fourth...

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