Justin Masterson threw a four-hit shutout and Jason Kipnis hit a solo homer as the Indians beat New York, 1-0, in the first game of a makeup doubleheader at Progressive Field.

Masterson (6-3, 3.14) struck out nine and walked three. He threw 118 pitches, 79 for strikes.

After Michael Bourn drew a leadoff walk off David Phelps and was thrown out attempting to steal second on a close play, Kipnis sent a 2-2 pitch 414-feet into the right field seats for his fifth homer of the season and fourth in the last 11 games.

Masterson's victory gave the Indians their 13th win in the last 15 games. The Yankees five-game winning streak was snapped.

The second game features a matchup between rookies Trevor Bauer and New York Vidal Nuno.

It was Masterson's second 1-0 victory of the season and the Indians third. Masterson beat the White Sox on a five-hitter April 12. He struck out seven that game.

The Yankees loaded the bases against Masterson with two out in the second. Chris Nelson beat out an infield single, Corban Joseph walked and Chris Stewart beat out another infield single. Masterson ended the threat by striking out shortstop Alberto Gonzalez, who was acquired from the Cubs on May 9 for future considerations.

Phelps, making just his third start of the season, did not make another mistake as he went 6 2/3 innings. Phelps (1-2, 4.33) struck out seven, walked five and allowed four hits and one run. He threw 115 pitches, 66 for strikes.