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Indians Season Comes To Dramatic End By the Yankees

The 102 win season comes to an end on October 11th 2017. The Indians could not pull another win after jumping ahead in the season 2-0.

CC Sabathia struck out 9 Indians in just 4 1/3 innings. Corey Kluber coming off of normal rest was not himself last night after being pulled early once again. Andrew Miller relieved Kluber with Cody Allen closing it off. The 100+ MPH pitcher Aroldis Chapman blew the Indians away as they were unable to time up his speed.

The Yankees now move on to the ALCS against the Houston Astros to battle for the world series

October 12, 2017

Giovanni Urshela Game Ending Play

The Indians defeated the Angels yesterday afternoon by a score of 4-1. Encarnacion put the first run on the board with a solo blast to left field. The tribe gained a comfortable lead in the 5th inning with a 3-run homer to center. Danny Salazar had another rough comeback today but was supported by a strong bullpen on his back. The game came to a dramatic end in the bottom of the ninth with Giovanni Urshela making a leaping back-handed throw to first for the win.

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September 14, 2017

New American League record with 21 game win streak. The Tribe beat the Atheltics 2002 record of 20 game.

Mike Clevinger started with Cody Allen closing for the win. It all ended in the 9th with a fly out to left filed to Lonnie Chisenhall.

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September 11, 2017 Indians Breaking Records

After facing the White Sox on the  5th the Indians come out with a 13 game win streak with the hope to continue it tonight.

Carlos Carrasco is on the mound tonight for the tribe. Carrasco is 13-6 with an ERA of 3.67. He is averaging nearly 11 strikeouts per nine innings over his last 6 starts. Jose Ramirez is still on fire, he went 15-for-29 (.517) with 12 extra-base hits from Aug. 28 to Sept. 4, including extra-base hits in all five at-bats Sunday in Detroit. Jay Bruce and Brandon Zimmer are still taking time to recover from their listing on the DL. The Indians are the first club since the 1960-61 Yankees to post winning streaks of 13 games or more in consecutive seasons, and they’re doing so in large part due to their starting pitching. Before Danny Salazar’s rough outing Tuesday, Cleveland starters had a 11-0 with a 1.51 ERA during the streak.

Jose Ramirez, the reigning American League Player of the Week. “We’re just having more now. We have great players on this team, great guys, and we’re winning. We do the same thing all the time. We joke around, have great energy, and once the game starts, we’re really focused on what’s most important.”

Next year Cleveland. Next Year……

 

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