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ALCS: Indians one win from World Series after brilliant bullpen effort

Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli homered, and Cleveland's bullpen pulled off its most impressive feat yet in these American League playoffs, taking over after Trevor Bauer's first-inning exit and holding off the Toronto Blue Jays in a 4-2 victory Monday night that moved the Indians within one win of...
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