Stauffer goes five in Padres' 7-2 win over Indians

Tim Stauffer became the first San Diego Padres pitcher to work five innings this spring, limiting the Cleveland Indians to four hits and a run in a 7-2 win Sunday.

The Padres scored three times in the second inning off Indians starter Carlos Carrasco. Eric Patterson had a two-run double to right.

Cleveland scored its first run in the fourth when Jason Kipnis, one of the top prospects in the organization, tripled and scored on a single by Travis Buck.

Catcher Paul Phillips hit a long homer off Padres closer Heath Bell in the seventh to pull to the Indians to 3-2.