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Indians still have plenty of work to do to finish off the Red Sox in Game 3

The protective plastic sheeting from Toronto's end-of-season celebration was still covering the lights in the visitor's clubhouse at Fenway Park on Saturday.  No reason to take it down.  They might need it again pretty soon.  The Cleveland Indians arrived in Boston with a 2-0 lead in their best-of-five...
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