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Monday, October 15, 2007

Cleveland Beats Boston Leads ALCS 2-1



The Cleveland broke the deadlocked ALCS by taking game 3 at Jacobs Field against the Boston , 4-2. Daisuke Matsuzaka, the much heralded pitcher from Japan, threw his "Gyro Ball" but couldn't find the command he needed as he went 4 2/3 innings and gave up all 4 runs. Kenny Lofton again provided the fireworks for the Cleveland Indians, hitting a 2 run shot into the right field bleachers in the 2nd inning. Jake Westbrook got the win for Cleveland. The Indians held Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz to just 2 hits on the night. Game 4 is tomorrow with Paul Byrd facing Tim Wakefield. Look for the Indians to remain unbeatable at home and head to the World Series. As we saw against the Yankees, the Indians will use locusts, canadian soldiers, small farm animals, and/or vaseline if need be to get the win. As a Yankee fan, I enjoy anytime that the Red Sox go down, but am surprised at the turn of events in this series. GO INDIANS!

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