Manager Terry Francona says the Indians have to play "clean" baseball to be as good a team as he thinks they can be.

Well the Indians weren't squeaky clean Wednesday afternoon at Safeco Field. Shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera and third baseman Mark Reynolds made the team's ninth and 10th errors on this six-game trip but they had Scott Kazmir on the mound and Michael Bourn and Cabrera at the plate.

That proved to be more than enough for the Indians to end Seattle's eight-game winning streak with a 10-1 victory. Bourn hit his first career grand slam and Cabrera delivered his seventh homer along with a two-run double to lead the Indians' 13-hit attack. They ended this six-game trip with a 2-4 record.

Kazmir (6-4 3.96) was on the receiving end of all that offense as he allowed one hit and one unearned run in eight innings. He has thrown one complete game in his career that coming on July 3 2006 for Tampa Bay. The left-hander ended the eighth with 103 pitches but Vinnie Pestano came out for the ninth. Kazmir struck out seven and walked two. He threw 68 percent (70-for-103) of his pitches for strikes.

Justin Smoak's leadoff single in the fifth ended Kazmir's no-hit bid. The lone run he allowed was unearned because of Cabrera's throwing error in the second.