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Indians Fall Short, Posing a Critical Offseason Ahead

The Cleveland Indians came up short yet again after being eliminated in the ALDS by the Houston Astros. After making three straight postseason appearances and finishing without a World Series, this offseason will be pivotal for the Tribe. Free Agents The Indians have a number of players who will enter …

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Indians Attempt to Avoid Sweep by Astros

The Cleveland Indians are trying not to become the second team in this years’ playoffs to be swept. The Milwaukee Brewers finished off the Colorado Rockies in three games after Colorado’s dramatic wild-card victory over the Chicago Cubs. The Astros have won both games in somewhat dominant fashion, as the Indians have …

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Yankees Advance to ALCS

Following a 9-8 Game 2 loss in Cleveland, the chances of capturing championship number 28 looked bleak for the New York Yankees. Statistically speaking, getting to a Game 5 after being down 0-2 in a divisional series is a great accomplishment. Just 16 of the 78 teams to be down …

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Yankees Look to Complete Comeback vs. Top Seeded Indians in Game 5 of the ALDS

The Cleveland Indians have been here before. Having a strangle hold lead in a playoff series to only see the series tied up heading back to Cleveland. This was the way the Indians finished last season, blowing a 3-1 series lead to the Chicago Cubs in the 2016 World Series. …

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MLB Preview: American League Division Series Game 1

The Wild Cards are in and the stage is set. The best of five series begin for the American League Division Series tonight. Starting on a good note could not be more crucial – the Game 1 winner in the best-of-five series has gone on to win 71 percent of …

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Indians Can’t Be Stopped; Win 21 Straight Games

As the MLB regular season begins to wind down in the month of September, most teams may be looking to snag a Wild Card spot or secure their spot in the standings. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Indians are busy securing themselves in history. With the team’s 5-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers …

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Who’s Fighting for Those Final MLB Playoff Spots?

The MLB season is reaching its final home stretch, with each team having about 35-40 games remaining in the season. While teams on the lower ends of the standings use this time to evaluate their young talent, organizations in the playoff hunt are trying to squeeze the best baseball out …

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MLB AL Central Preview

Spring training has come to an end and Opening Day for the MLB is just around the corner. Will the Cleveland Indians of the AL Central make it to the World Series again in 2017? Or will the Detroit Tigers show no mercy and give the Indians a run for …

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First World Series Game at Wrigley Field Since 1945

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October 10, 1945. That was the last time Wrigley Field hosted a World Series game. The Chicago Cubs lost 9-3 to the Detroit Tigers in Game 7. CLE ➡️ CHI. Tomorrow. #WorldSeries pic.twitter.com/C70Mj5MFie — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 28, 2016 A New Hope General Manager Theo Epstein and Manager Joe …

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