A day after concluding a record setting season series with the Baltimore Orioles, the New York Yankees got spanked by the Cleveland Indians.

Jose Ramirez hit two home runs early in the contest, including his first career grand slam in a seven run opening inning as the Indians pumped the Yankees for 19 runs in a 19-5 victory on Thursday night in game one of a four game series between two of the top American League pennant contenders.

Ramirez wasn’t the only one launching the ball out of the park though. Carlos Santana also had a pair off the Yankees pitchers who allowed a franchise record seven in the game. Greg Allen and Santana went back-to-back in a five-run eighth off Mike Ford. Ford was a pitcher during his time at Princeton.

Ford did get a bit of revenge in the ninth, throwing pitches ranging from 53-85 mph in a 1-2-3 ninth inning, receiving the biggest ovation of the night from those of the 44,654 that remained on the stands, especially after he ended the top of the ninth by striking out Roberto Perez.

The last time Cleveland was able to put seven balls out of the park was in April 2013 against Philadelphia. The 19 runs in Thursday’s contest was the most runs since they put 19 on the board on July 11, 2018 against Cincinnati.

For the Yankees, who found out that the Indians aren’t as easy to play as the Orioles were, last gave up seven home runs on July 4, 2003 against the Boston Red Sox.