Jones was the only Pirate with more than one hit.

Josh Tomlin was sharp in limiting the Pirates to just one run. Pittsburgh's four game winning streak was halted in the opening game of an interleague series in Cleveland.

Kevin Correia was also good, but was undone by some oddness and a long ball. Cleveland scored once in the third and was aided by an error and a balk. Matt LaPorta's liner was deflected by Ronny Cedeno toward Neil Walker. The throw from Walker to first skipped past Lyle Overbay and LaPorta was safe at second. LaPorta was retired on a fielder's choice grounder from Orlando Cabrera. LaPorta was injured on the play and left the game. Jack Hannahan singled and Grady Sizemore walked to load the bases. Correia retired Michael Brantley before balking in the game's first run....

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