Christian Yelich doubled in the eighth inning Sunday to keep his 14-game hitting streak alive.
It was the young outfielder's only hit in four at-bats, and he came around to score the game-tying run in the come-from-behind victory. Yelich is hitting .379 over the 14-game stretch and is batting .333 overall.
Robinson Cano went 2-for-4 with a run scored in Sunday's loss to the Marlins.
Cano doubled, his third of the season, and scored in the fourth inning. It was only his second extra-base hit since April 6 as he's struggling to hit for much power to open the year. He also singled on the day, giving him five multi-hit games this season.
Michael Brantley doubled in a run and also ripped a solo homer in Sunday's win over the Blue Jays.
He also drew a walk, reaching base in three of his four trips to the plate. One of the most underappreciated players in the game, Brantley is hitting .284/.368/.478 with three homers and 16 RBI this season. David Murphy also came up big for the Tribe, drilling a bases-clearing double in the sixth to put the Indians ahead for good.
Brandon Maurer held the Marlins to one run over 4 1/3 innings on Sunday.
Maurer was making his first start of the season after pitching in relief at Triple-A, so he wasn't able to give the Mariners much length. What he lacked in quantity he made up for in quality, though, as he gave up just two hits and issued two walks while striking out four over his 4 1/3 innings. Maurer should be able to go a little longer Saturday against the Rangers.
Kevin Slowey allowed two runs over five innings in his first start of the season on Sunday.
Slowey was moved to the rotation after Brad Hand proved ineffective. Slowey had a strong spring and was decent Sunday, giving up just two runs on three hits. The right-hander also fanned three without walking a batter. His next start will come Saturday at the Mets.
Brett Lawrie went 0-for-4 with an RBI groundout in Sunday's loss to the Indians.
Lawrie hit a grand slam last week and has three homers and 12 RBI for the season, but overall he's batting just .127/.182/.254. The 24-year-old is seemingly picked as a breakout candidate every year but has yet to show the consistency needed to take the next step.
Carlos Gomez was ejected from Sunday's game against the Pirates for his part in a benches-clearing brawl.
Gomez flipped his bat and stared at what he thought was a home run off of Gerrit Cole in the third inning. Of course, the ball didn't go out and Gomez had to scramble into third for a triple. Cole took exception to the showboating and barked something at Gomez, which began the fracas. Gomez appeared to swing his helmet at someone, though he didn't connect. It's possible he'll be suspended. Martin Maldonado did connect with a haymaker that will almost surely result in a suspension for him.
Rafael Furcal (hamstring) will move his rehab assignment up to Double-A Jacksonville on Monday.
Furcal is being brought along slowly after he missed a good chunk of spring training with a left hamstring strain. He's expected to be activated on May 6.