KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Travis Hafner hit one of the longest home runs in Kauffman Stadium history, Shelly Duncan homered and drove in three runs and the Cleveland Indians romped past the Kansas City Royals 13-7 Sunday for a three-game sweep. Casey Kotchman and Jason Kipnis homered on consecutive pitches for Cleveland in the eighth inning. For the first time in the Indians’ 111-year history, they scored at least eight runs in their first three road games of a season. Royals outfielder Mitch Maier pitched the ninth. He worked a scoreless inning, allowing one hit.