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Cleveland Indians (19 and Counting) Are Streaking Toward October

12 Setiembre 2017
Cleveland Indians (19 and Counting) Are Streaking Toward October

"Incredible", Hirdt said of the Giants' streakiness.

Lewis pitched for the Indians a decade ago, when they beat the Yankees in the final postseason series ever played at the old Yankee Stadium.

On offense, Cleveland's hitters are pounding opposing pitchers to the tune of a.950 team OPS, as well as 38 home runs and a.259 ISO during the winning streak, placing them first in each of those categories over that stretch.

NOTES: Indians 2B Jose Ramirez was removed from the game in the sixth inning for precautionary reasons with a bruised left forearm.

Cleveland Indians outfielder Greg Allen is in the starting lineup on Monday against the Detroit Tigers. The Indians have outscored opponents by 100 runs (132-32) in the streak, while hitting.309. "That's how it works". "If one happened because of darkness or rain or some certain circumstance, the game was played over".

Fulmer was the AL Rookie of the Year last season after going 11-7 with a 3.06 ERA in 26 games. Play the game at hand, then turn the page, because there's another game tomorrow. After the 2002 A's, the 1935 Chicago White Sox hold the record for the longest winning streak in history without a tie at 21 games. Cleveland LHP Andrew Miller (right knee tendinitis) threw a simulated game Monday afternoon, and he could be activated off the disabled list this week.

Of course, it's easy to get worked up about late-season streaks.

The Streak is still alive. "That's amazing", Ausmus said. "To ask him to go against the defending American League champions, that's a tall task". "Robertson, Betances and Chapman, they're gonna challenge you whenever they're pitching". He started toward first base, stopped and waited for a trainer before walking off the field with manager Terry Francona. The hurricane caused the Rays and Yankees to switch their current series to New York's Citi Field. These customers are now receiving a complete refund on their projects - a combined total of $1,975,000. The Indians have both in their sights.