Corey Kluber Named AL Player Of The WeekIn two starts, Kluber had two wins, one complete game shutout, and 17 strikeouts (!) last week to earn the AL player of the week honors.
Smashing: MLB Home Run Record On Track To Fall TuesdayThere were 5,663 home runs hit through Sunday, 30 shy of the record set in 2000.
PICTURES: Indians Celebrate American League Central ChampionshipThe Indians' clinched the AL Central Saturday, but celebrated Sunday afternoon in the locker room at home in Cleveland.
Indians Overcome Injuries To Win Central, Eye Series TitleAfter only partying on the road in the postseason last year, the Cleveland Indians finally got a chance to throw a bash in their own home.
Indians' Afterparty Will Be Gunning For Home FieldThe manner by which they did so was a little odd, but the Cleveland Indians were able celebrate a division title at home with their fans.
Kluber, Indians Edge Royals 3-2, Celebrate AL Central TitleKluber (17-4), who has lost once since July 4, allowed three singles in seven innings and has not given up a run in 22 straight innings.
Indians Activate Kipnis, Will Start In CFThe former college outfielder is getting his first career major league start in the outfield, as he looks to fill the spot through the post-season.
Cleveland Indians Clinch Back-To-Back AL Central TitlesThe Indians have won the Central nine times. This time, all their fans were long gone from their ballpark when it became official.
Lindor Gone Streaking To The Opposite FieldDuring his stretch of extra-bast hits, Lindor has found a bit of a power alley the opposite way. Since September 7th, Lindor has feasted on pitches where he can extend his hands the other way and drive.
Indians Close In On AL Central Title, Beat Royals 8-4Francisco Lindor hit an RBI double and the Indians bounced back after having their streak stopped at 22 by beating the Royals 8-4 Saturday.
Gas Or Brakes? Francona With An Unprecedented DecisionHow does a manager transition from a historic run of wins to managing a combination of rest and consistent playing time to effectively prepare a team for the playoffs?
Tales From The Streak: An Ode To JoyNot one game of the 22 gave the Indians any more of a chance to win in October, but that was OK.