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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Jay Bruce had a triple and a double among his three hits, Austin Jackson singled four times and the incredible Cleveland Indians rolled on by beating the Los Angeles Angels 6-3 for their 25th victory in 26 games. Roberto Perez added a solo home run for the AL Central champions to support a strong outing by Mike Clevinger.

CINCINNATI (AP) - Dexter Fowler hit a tying homer in the eighth inning and a go-ahead double in the 10th, helping the St. Louis Cardinals to a big 8-7 win against the Cincinnati Reds. Yadier Molina and Paul DeJong also connected for St. Louis, which was swept by NL Central-leading Chicago over the weekend and had dropped four of five overall.

CLEVELAND (AP) - Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman has been placed on injured reserve after undergoing surgery on his broken right hand. Coleman broke it Sunday in Baltimore, nearly one year to the date when he broke the same hand as a rookie in practice. If he heals as expected, Coleman, a first-round pick in 2016, will be eligible to practice in six weeks and play in eight weeks. Cleveland signed receiver Jordan Leslie, who was released by the Browns after the exhibition season, to the practice squad.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The attorney for one of Ohio State's most famous football stars says he's disappointed the university is trying to get a judge to throw out a lawsuit alleging the university used ex-athletes' photos without permission. The suit by former linebacker Chris Spielman seeks compensation for the former athletes and an end to marketing programs that capitalize on them. Attorney Brian Duncan says he's disappointed Ohio State "took a defensive position instead of trying to resolve the underlying claims."

CINCINNATI (AP) - Alex Morgan scored twice and the U.S. women's national team concluded a two-game series against New Zealand with a 5-0 victory at Nippert Stadium. The U.S. defeated the Ferns 3-1 in the first game last Friday night in Commerce City, Colorado.

KENT, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio coroner has ruled exertional heat stroke caused the death of a Kent State University football player after an offseason morning workout. The Portage County coroner's office released the findings of an autopsy of Tyler Heintz on Monday. Heintz was an incoming freshman recruited from Kenton High School as an offensive lineman and died June 13 after being hospitalized following conditioning drills at Dix Stadium.

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