Every bad team deserves a day like this. Sunday was the Indians' day.

Left-hander David Huff went 5 innings and the Indians' undernourished hitters ate like big dogs in a 15-4 victory over Kansas City at Kauffman Stadium.

To a team averaging 3.3 runs per game since the All-Star break and four runs per game for the season, the Royals pitchers served up a never-ending pasta bowl of hits and runs to hitting coach Bruce Fields' batters. Carlos Santana had three hits, including two homers, and drove in five runs to quiet manager Manny Acta's fears of going through a whole season without one player reaching 20 homers and 75 RBI.