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Lindor Hits Another Homer, Indians Get 27th Win In 28 gamesThe record for most victories with only one loss is 29, set by the 1884 Providence Grays.
Zack Meisel: Indians' Dominance Will Lead To A "Painful Process" For Francona In Making Playoff Roster DecisionsZack Meisel talks about the Indians' 26 wins in 27 games, the outfield, and the tough decisions facing Terry Francona for the playoff roster.
Manoloff Discusses Importance Of Indians Home Field Advantage In PostseasonDennis Manoloff of the Cleveland Plain Dealer discusses the importance of home field advantage in the playoffs for the Cleveland Indians.
Lindor, Indians Hold Off Angels 6-5 For 26th Win In 27 GamesLindor snapped a seventh-inning tie with a two-run homer and the remarkable Indians held off the Los Angeles Angels 6-5 on Wednesday night for their 26th victory in 27 games.
Indians OF Brantley’s Postseason In Jeopardy Due To InjuryThe Indians announced OF Michael Brantley will be shut down for the next 7-10 days with a strained ligament on his ankle.
Two Cleveland Indians Who Need Expanded Postseason RolesThere is a growing contingent of fans that believe Roberto Perez should be the Indians’ starting catcher.
Former MLB GM Dan O'Dowd On Indians: "They've Gone From A Sustainability Model To A Dominance Model"Former MLB GM Dan O'Dowd talks about the Indians' historic win streak, the roster additions this season and comparing this team with 2016.
Indians Shut Brantley Down For A WeekBrantley will be reevaluated to determine whether or not he is ready for land-based running after that 7-to-10 day span.
Tribe Beat: Health vs. Home Field - 4th Starter For ALDS - Salazar's RoleBeat reporter Alex Hooper forecasts the playoff pitching rotation, Danny Salazar's role in the future, and keeping healthy vs. home field.
Chris Rose: Baseball Growth About Talent Level, Not Hitting More Home RunsChris Rose of MLB Network discusses the drastic increase in MLB HRs, the best teams in baseball, and his concern over Jason Kipnis in CF.
Indians Reach 2 Million Tickets Sold For 2017 SeasonThe Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday that the club has reached 2 million in ticket sales at Progressive Field for the first time since 2008.
Bud Shaw: Hue Jackson Is Running The Offense Too HaphazardlyBud Shaw of the Cleveland.com joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest in Cleveland sports.

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