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"That was unbelievable. Man, the ball was like embedded into that hill out there -- like [he used] a 2-iron. I know. That's part of the quirkiness, I guess, that everybody likes. But when your guy doesn't score, it doesn't feel too good. It might've been more than [430] feet. That's a long way."
-- Indians manager Terry Francona, on Ryan Raburn's fifth-inning double to the hill in center field at Minute Maid Park in Sunday's 5-4 win over the Astros

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View Full Game Coverage "That was unbelievable. Man, the ball was like embedded into that hill out there -- like [he used] a 2-iron. I know. That's part of the quirkiness, I guess, that everybody likes. But when your guy doesn't score, it doesn't feel too good. It might've been more than [430] feet. That's a long way."
-- Indians manager Terry Francona, on Ryan Raburn's fifth-inning double to the hill in center field at Minute Maid Park in Sunday's 5-4 win over the Astros

Jordan Bastian is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Major League Bastian, and follow him on Twitter @MLBastian. MLB.com reporter Brian McTaggart contributed to this report.

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