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CLEVELAND -- The Indians put on a historic base-stealing display Friday night -- at the Angels expense.Rajai Davis and Jose Ramirez each stole three bases to help Cleveland tie the franchise record with eight and the Indians routed Los Angeles 13-3.Jason Kipnis and Francisco Lindor added steals for Cleveland to match the record that was first accomplished on Aug. 27, 1917, against the Washington Senators. The eight steals allowed also are the most in club history for the Angels.You have to trust your instincts and go, said Davis, the American League leader with 31 steals. Theres something you look for and go off that.Our baserunning set the tone, Indians manager Terry Francona said. We had hits to get on. We stole bases. We just didnt run with abandon. We were intelligent.Brandon Guyer, who had five RBI, homered in the second and had two-run singles in the fifth and eighth. Ramirez was 3 for 5 with a home run -- extending his hitting streak to 16 games -- and Kipnis was 4 for 5 for the AL Central leaders.Carlos Carrasco (8-6) allowed three runs in seven innings and won for the first time since July 20.Tyler Skaggs (1-1) gave up seven runs in five innings for the Angels. Albert Pujols drove in two runs and Kole Calhoun homered.Los Angeles has lost eight in a row, its longest losing streak since 1999.The Indians ran wild on the combination of Skaggs and catcher Geovanny Soto. Davis stole second and third and scored in the first. Ramirez duplicated the feat in the fourth.Davis and Ramirez each stole second in the fifth, and Kipnis swiped second in the first.Skaggs, making his fourth start of the season, took the blame for the steals.Its a mixture of a lot of things, all of them my fault, he said. Definitely slow to the plate. This loss is on me today. I got to be better.It seemed like it kind of affected him on the mound, Davis said. His pitches -- I dont know the locations they were in -- but it seemed like Kip was getting some good pitches to hit. And he usually hits good pitches really well.Lindor stole second in the sixth with Deolis Guerra pitching. Sotos throw sailed into center field, allowing Kipnis to score. Ramirez, Kipnis and Lindor each drove in two runs.Indians designated hitter Carlos Santana didnt play after being hit in the head by a foul ball while standing in the dugout Thursday. Santana was back in the dugout wearing a batting helmet Friday and scrambled out of the way of another foul ball in the first inning.THIS ONE WAS A WINThe 1917 Indians lost the game when they stole eight bases against the Senators, dropping an 11-9 decision. Hall of Fame right-hander Walter Johnson pitched in relief, allowing one run in the final five innings.TRAINERS ROOMAngels: 1B C.J. Cron (broken left hand) began a minor league rehab assignment on Friday and is expected to play five or six games before returning to the Angels.Indians: Santana will undergo further evaluation to determine if he has a concussion.UP NEXTAngels: RHP Matt Shoemaker pitched eight scoreless innings and struck out 11 against the Indians on June 11 at Angel Stadium. Hes pitched 18 consecutive scoreless innings versus the Indians.Indians: RHP Mike Clevinger (0-1) will make his fifth major league start in the third game of the series. Cheap Villanova Wildcats Jerseys China . Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey last Sunday. The fine is the fourth this season for Goldson. He was fined $30,000 for a hit on the New York Jets Jeff Cumberland in Week 1. Cheap Washington Huskies Jerseys China . 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Stevenson lands a huge left to Dawsons temple only 76 seconds into the opening round and walks away with the championship belt. "I said Id knock him out," said Stevenson (21-1). "I said it would be in the eighth round because I wanted him to suffer, but its not my fault if he went down. There was nothing I could do." The stunning victory by the 35-year-old Longueuil, Que., resident had the Bell Centre crowd on its feet, singing the Ole Ole song used at Montreal Canadiens hockey games. It was his first attempt at a world title, and he took it from a savvy veteran who held the WBC belt twice and defended it against some of the top fighters in the division. Dawson (31-3-0) got up just in time to avoid being counted out, but referee Richard Griffin checked him out and declared the bout over, with the dethroned champion looking wobbly on his feet. Griffin said Dawsons corner protested the stoppage, but promoter Gary Shaw had no argument with the decision. "Im sure Michael Griffin did a real good job," Shaw said. "He wasnt on his own legs and he was using the ropes for support," said Griffin. "He wasnt ready to fight. I asked him to lift his arms up and he couldnt. He wasnt prepared to defend himself." The victory, which was broadcast on the U.S. specialty channel HBO, should put Stevenson into some lucrative and high-profile bouts in future. The mandatory challenger is Tony Bellew of Britain, who has said he is willing to fight Stevenson in Montreal. But Stevenson said his first choice would be veteran Bernard Hopkins, who took the belt away from Jean Pascal of Laval, Que., in 2011. Dawson then beat Hopkins. He could also be in line to face the winner of a local grudge match between Pascal and former IBF champion Lucian Bute expected in December. When asked what he looked forward to, Stevenson smiled and said "money, money money." He became Canadas only current world champion. Stevenson has been a heavy puncher since he broke into boxing and has drawn comparisons to former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson. The taaller, more experienced Dawson hoped to avoid big shots and out-box him in the battle of two lefthanders.dddddddddddd "I mixed it up, body-head, body head," said Stevenson. "Then he put his hands down and I nailed him hard." Dawson was not available for comment. Shaw said his fighter would consult with his family and decide how to proceed with his career. The rousing crowd reaction to the knockout was in stark contrast to the boos that rained down for the co-feature. Yuriorkis Gamboa won the interim WBA lightweight title with a unanimous decision over Darleys Perez in a bout badly lacking in action. Gamboa (23-0), the 2004 Olympic gold medallist from Cuba who now lives in Miami, snuck a left hook around Perezs guard for a knockdown in the opening round and never trailed in the bout. It was Gamboas first fight as a lightweight after holding titles at featherweight and junior lightweight. Perez (28-1) was in his first title bout. He was led into the ring by his promoter, rapper Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson. But fans grew impatient with long stretches of inactivity from both fighters, with the larger Perez keeping his distance and the quick-handed Gamboa seemingly content to sit on his lead after winning the early rounds. Two ringside judges had it 116-111 and the other 115-112, all for Gamboa. The Canadian Press scored it 116-111 for Gamboa. It was no contest as middleweight David Lemieux (29-2) of Montreal knocked down Polands Robert Swierzbinski (11-2) once with a right to the body and twice with left hooks in the first round for a quick win. HBO put a super-featherweight bout between Jose Pedraza of Puerto Rico against Mexicos Sergio Villanueva and it got the crowd going as Pedraza (13-0) stopped Villanueva (25-3-2) in seven rounds with a barrage of body shots. Promoter Yvon Michels new signing, two-time Olympian Artur Beterbiev of Russia, easily won his pro debut as he stopped Christian Cruz (12-16-1) in the second round of a light heavyweight bout. Cruz has lost 11 in a row. Heavyweight Didier Bence (9-0) of Montreal also stopped Eric Barrak (7-1) of St-Come, Que., in the second. A tight welterweight bout saw Sebastien Bouchard (7-0) of Quebec City eke out a six-round unanimous decision over Frank Cotroni (7-1) of Montreal. ' ' '

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