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• The Indians' player who's taking the fewest at-bats between RBIs is Jason Giambi. The veteran slugger entered Saturday with an RBI every 4.06 at-bats. That number fell to 3.53 early in the game as Giambi hit a two-run homer in the second inning and an RBI single in the third off Rays' starter Chris Archer.

• Heading into Saturday, Cleveland had scored 120 of its 266 runs with two outs, the highest two-out run total in baseball.

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• The Indians' player who's taking the fewest at-bats between RBIs is Jason Giambi. The veteran slugger entered Saturday with an RBI every 4.06 at-bats. That number fell to 3.53 early in the game as Giambi hit a two-run homer in the second inning and an RBI single in the third off Rays' starter Chris Archer.

• Heading into Saturday, Cleveland had scored 120 of its 266 runs with two outs, the highest two-out run total in baseball.

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Mark Emery is an associate reporter for MLB.com.

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