Make That Seven in a Row: LAA @ CLE


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Fresh off of a three game sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays and a make up game victory against the Cincinnati Reds, the Indians were ready to keep their hot streak going Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Angels. 



Mike Trout warms up before Tuesday's game versus the Cleveland Indians.

Mike Trout warms up before Tuesday’s game versus the Cleveland Indians.

The Tribe started hot Tuesday night scoring seven runs in the second inning. Four of which came off the bat of Bradley Zimmer who recorded his first career Grand Slam.

The Angels answered back with seven runs throughout the day. 


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A lucky little one with her souvenir from the Angel's batboy. 

A lucky little one with her souvenir from the Angel’s batboy. 

Tuesday marked Indians history: it was the only game to ever have two grand slams in which one was a walk off. In case you missed it, please enjoy Edwin Encarnacion’s walk off grand slam. 

Wednesday brought new surprises, including this little guy that resembles the Tribe’s All-Star short stop. 


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Francisco Lindor completes a workout Thursday morning before the Cleveland Indians vs. Los Angeles Angels game. 

Francisco Lindor completes a workout Thursday morning before the Cleveland Indians vs. Los Angeles Angels game. 


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The Indians took game three from the Angels, extending their win streak to seven straight games. Despite the sweep, Mike Trout still ended the series with a smile.