July 11, 1986, Chicago Tribune Newspaper Clippings
Cory Snyder and Andy Allanson hit consecutive two-out, two-run singles during five-run fifth inning Thursday to spark the Indians to a 9-6 victory over the Texas Rangers in Cleveland. Ken Schrom (10-2) extended his winning streak to seven games, Ernie Camacho got his 12th save, Ed Correa (6-7) absorbed Texas' fourth loss in five games.
The victory was the Indians ninth in the last 11 games. Cleveland trailing 4-0, scored twice in the fourth inning on Brett Butler's bases-loaded single. The Indians then chased Correa in the fifth. Brook Jacoby hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly for the first run, and after a walk to Butler reloaded the bases, Snyder's looping line drive single to left put Cleveland up 5-4. Snyder took second on the throw, and Allanson then greeted reliever Dale Mahorcic with a two-run single up the middle.
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