Taylor Jungmann pitched four scoreless innings, but Brewers fell to Cleveland Indians 10-3

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GOODYEAR, Arizona — Francisco Lindor hit a two-run homer and Juan Uribe went deep for the first time with the Cleveland Indians during their 10-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Easter Sunday, March 27th.

Brewers starter Taylor Jungmann pitched four scoreless innings before the Indians loaded the bases with nobody out in a four-run fifth. Jose Ramirez hit into a double play before Lindor sent his drive into the right-field seats.

Jungmann has allowed five home runs in his last two games. His 4 2/3 innings marked his longest stint this spring.

Scooter Gennett homered twice for Milwaukee, a two-run drive off Cody Anderson in the third and a solo shot in the sixth.

Anderson and Josh Tomlin are competing for the fifth spot in the Indians’ rotation.

Uribe had two hits. He signed on Feb. 28 and missed a week with visa problems but is batting .318 this spring.