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Andrew Miller, Cleveland Bats Prove Indians Still a Playoff Threat

Before the postseason even began, injuries decimated the Cleveland Indians' starting rotation. In Game 1 of the American League Division Series on Thursday night at Progressive Field, the Tribe's bats and bullpen made sure that didn't matter. Trevor Bauer, Cleveland's starter by default as much as merit, lasted just 4.2 innings, yielding three runs on six hits to a potent Boston Red Sox lineup.
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