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Gainesville’s Andrew Miller Lights Out for Indians

The New York Yankees’ may be shaking their heads over trading their relief pitcher to the Cleveland Indians.  Gainesville native Andrew Miller has become the face of the Indians en route to pitching nine scoreless innings this postseason. Currently in the ALCS Since the Yankees sent Miller to Cleveland for …

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Indians Look to Continue Impressive ALCS

There has been one central theme thus far for the Indians in the ALCS — good pitching. In Game 1, the Indians not only had the home-field advantage, but also ace Corey Kluber on the hill. Kluber faced 26 batters in 6.1 innings and had six strikeouts. He also did not give up any …

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Indians Sweep Red Sox, Face Blue Jays in ALCS

It’s the end of an era. David Ortiz laced up his cleats for the last time on Monday night, as his Boston Red Sox hosted the Cleveland Indians in Game 3 of the American League Division Series. Down 2-0 in the series, and facing elimination, Boston fell to Cleveland 4-3, …

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Detroit Tigers Hungry For A Title

The 2011 Detroit Tigers went 95-67 and won the American League Central Division Title. Detroit fielded a roster with four players named to the 2011 MLB All-Star Game in Phoenix, Arizona.  Detroit Manager Jim Leyland witnessed All-Star campaigns from starting pitcher Justin Verlander, first baseman Miguel Cabrera, catcher Alex Avila, and closer Jose Valverde. …

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