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The Indians won their 16th straight game and are now in the top-20 all-time win streaks

When are they going to slow down? Stunningly, or maybe not so stunningly seeing as it was their 16th straight win, the Indians won again on Friday night to stretch their streak. Seriously, can they slow down a little? They’re making the Dodgers feel self conscious. By beating the Orioles by a final score of 5-0 on Friday, thanks to an Edwin Encarnacion three-run home run, Cleveland also shot themselves into the top 20 list of all-time win streaks, in a tie with many others.
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