AP Sports Writer
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Torii Hunter came up one measly single shy of history.
It's about the only thing the All-Star-studded Detroit Tigers haven't accomplished during two days of dominance inside Progressive Field.
Hunter drove in three runs and fell a single short of hitting for the cycle, and Miguel Cabrera cracked a two-run homer as the Tigers overpowered the Cleveland Indians again, 9-4 on Saturday for their fifth straight win.
Hunter hit a two-run homer, tripled and doubled as the Tigers won their seventh consecutive game over the Indians and pushed their lead in the AL Central to 3
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