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The Apparently Unstoppable Cleveland Indians Are A Win Away From The World Series

Despite starter Trevor Bauer springing a leak and spouting blood out of his finger in the first inning, the Cleveland Indians are now just one win from their first World Series in almost 20 years. Their bullpen went more or less the distance, and nobody pitched more than 1.2 innings as they locked down a 4-2 win and a daunting 3-0 series lead. Read more...
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