The Indians go seven deep

Ryan Raburn homered twice for the second straight game and the Indians hit seven home runs beating up Roy Halladay and the Philadelphia Phillies 14-2.

Cleveland’s first five homers were two-run shots. Carlos Santana, Mark Reynolds and Lonnie Chisenhall homered off Halladay, then Raburn and Michael Brantley homered off Chad Durbin.  Raburn and Drew Stubbs then hit back-to-back shots against Raul Valdes.

The Indians fell one homer short of the franchise record of eight, set in 1997 and matched in 2004.

Games in which Cleveland has hit at six homers

Rk Date Tm Opp Rslt HR
1 2004-07-16 CLE SEA W 18-6 8
2 1997-04-25 CLE MIL W 11-4 8
3 2013-04-30 CLE PHI W 14-2 7
4 1966-07-17 (2) CLE DET W 15-2 7
5 2009-04-18 CLE NYY W 22-4 6
6 2006-07-04 CLE NYY W 19-1 6
7 2004-07-20 CLE ANA W 14-5 6
8 1995-08-05 CLE CHW W 11-7 6
9 1994-07-22 CLE CHW W 9-8 6
10 1989-06-24 CLE TEX W 7-3 6
11 1970-05-24 (2) CLE NYY L 7-8 6
12 1963-07-31 (2) CLE LAA W 9-5 6
13 1959-06-10 CLE BAL W 11-8 6
14 1957-09-25 CLE KCA W 9-7 6
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2013 games in which 5+ homers have been hit

Rk Date Tm Opp Rslt HR
1 2013-04-30 CLE PHI W 14-2 7
2 2013-04-07 BOS TOR W 13-0 6
3 2013-04-05 CIN WSN W 15-0 6
4 2013-04-29 MIL PIT W 10-4 5
5 2013-04-16 ATL KCR W 6-3 5
6 2013-04-09 NYY CLE W 14-1 5
7 2013-04-09 HOU SEA W 16-9 5
8 2013-04-07 CLE TBR W 13-0 5
9 2013-04-06 WSN CIN W 7-6 5
10 2013-04-04 TOR CLE W 10-8 5
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Generated 5/1/2013.