The Indians outfield won’t stir the drink
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Teams w/ HFA in the Division Series are only 41-43 since 1995. 8-8 since 2012 when 2nd WC was added. 21-21 in Championship Series since 95.— Adam Burke (@SkatingTripods) September 29, 2016
"CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Indians won a ballgame Saturday afternoon, but their postseason dreams ended.
Write it down. On Sept. 17, the Indians were eliminated from serious postseason advancement before they even got there.
They have 14 regular season games left and they'll eventually clinch their first AL Central title in nine years. But that's where it ends, because no team can withstand the losses the Indians have suffered over the last nine days.
The Indians have no one of equal caliber to replace them.
Headed into the best-of-five AL Division Series it's going to be Kluber and Trevor Bauer. The other two starters are Josh Tomlin and rookie Mike Clevinger. That's reality and that means a quick exit in the postseason."The headline, which reads "Sept. 17: The day Cleveland Indians' postseason dreams ended before they began" isn't misleading in the slightest, so at least there's that. You jumped right in after it and went on to definitively end the Indians postseason. Even though, this isn't factual information (the Indians haven't been eliminated from postseason advancement, as you said, they haven't even gotten there, so...what?).
"They're still around: One-time prospects Adam Miller and Scott Lewis will come to camp with the minor leaguers in early March. Miller's career is in jeapordy because of repeates surgeries on his right middle finge. Lewis was taken off the 40-man at the end of last season after missing much of the year with left elbow problems."Oh right... You did that back in like 2010. Everyone deserves a good editor, or I guess, in your case, an editor period, but, what about being your own for something as blatant as that?