Indians 5, Red Sox 3: Michael Bourn doubled in the go-ahead runs in the seventh as Cleveland clinched a series win over visiting Boston and ran its winning streak to five straight.Jake Peavy (1-3) allowed the first two batters to reach in the seventh inning and got an out on an attempted sacrifice at third before the Red Sox brought in left-hander Andrew Miller to face the left-handed hitting Bourn. The speedy leadoff hitter took a 2-1 fastball and sent a drive to left that carried all the way to the wall, plating Yan Gomes and Mike Aviles to give the Indians a two-run cushion.Nick Hagadone (1-0) got the win in relief of T.J. House, who allowed two runs in 5 2/3 innings, and Cody Allen worked the ninth for his fifth save. Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall each added an RBI for Cleveland while Xander Bogaerts homered and doubled for Boston.The Indians began the first inning with five straight singles, pushing the first run across on Brantley's hit to right and scoring again on Chisenhall's hit up the middle. Ryan Raburn grounded into a bases-loaded double play that forced in another run and gave Cleveland a 3-0 cushion after the first.Peavy settled in from there and the Red Sox offense chipped away, getting on the board with Bogaerts' solo blast to left in the third and drawing within 3-2 in the sixth when Jonathan Herrera singled to left-center and Jonny Gomes just beat the throw. Bogaerts led off the seventh with a double and scored the tying run when Pedroia followed with a double down the line in right.GAME NOTEBOOK: Red Sox RHP Brandon Workman was suspended six games by Major League Baseball for throwing behind Rays 3B Evan Longoria on Friday. Workman appealed and will make his scheduled start on Wednesday. … Boston SS Stephen Drew had a scheduled night off on his second day back in the majors and Herrera started at shortstop. … Cleveland 1B Nick Swisher (knee) and 3B Carlos Santana (concussion) are both making progress and Santana could be activated by the weekend.