Josh Naylor hit two homers and drove in five runs, David Fry hit a tie-breaking three-run home run in the seventh inning, and the Cleveland Guardians beat the Colorado Rockies 13-7 on Tuesday night.

José Ramírez homered and scored four runs for Cleveland. He has career-high seven-game RBI streak and leads the majors with 56 RBI, 32 in May. The Guardians lead the American League and are second in the major leagues with 282 runs.

“Every time they scored, we came back and answered,” Cleveland manager Stephen Vogt said. “That’s what this group of guys does. They expect it. They demand it of themselves, and go out and get it done.”

Fry’s homer broke a 7-7 tie and Naylor’s second homer, measured at 438 feet, put the game away with two outs in the eighth.

“Obviously big situation,” Fry said. “Team needed a hit. Just trying to fight, and luckily I got a pitch up in the zone.”

Naylor broke an 0-for-17 slump with his first homer, a two-run shot in the fourth inning.