He and the Indians aren't slowing down for anything this October.
The Toronto Blue Jays will look to even the series at one game apiece when they meet the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 of the ALCS on Saturday afternoon. But that's exactly what Cleveland's dynamic young shortstop, Francisco Lindor, did in the sixth inning, tattooing Estrada's 0-and-2 changeup to break the scoreless tie with a game-winning two-run homer.
"I believe in my team".
"When you get a fan letter from someone who has lived it, and has breathed it, and said in this very eloquent way it's just so offensive and we don't like it", Howarth said. "We're just trying to do our thing".
Kluber is 2-0 this postseason with 13 strikeouts in 13 1/3 shutout innings. Andrew Miller made the Blue Jays look silly, striking out five of the six batters he faced, and closer Cody Allen got the save with a flawless ninth as the Indians extended their longest postseason winning streak since 1920.
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For the Blue Jays, though, their woes with runners in scoring position that disappeared against Texas in the division series came back Friday night.
All those big sluggers and not one timely hit. Kluber was able to work around trouble, but their bats will not go quietly, and manager John Gibbons didn't have to use anyone out of his bullpen tonight. Corey Kluber struck out 6 in 6.1 innings, and Andrew Miller came on to strike out 5 in 1.2 innings, while Cody Allen added one final inning for the save. "We got some guys on base early, a lot of the innings, we couldn't get that big hit".
Tomlin replaces Trevor Bauer, who cut his finger fixing a drone and was pushed back to Game 3.
Kluber kept flying in the postseason.
Travis hobbled around the dirt for a few moments and had a brief conversation with Blue Jays assistant athletic trainer Jeff Stevenson before being lifted from the game. Edwin Encarnacion had the hardest-hit ball of the night, a frozen-rope double in the top of the first that sent Josh Donaldson to third base with one out. I've watched it and experienced it, when things are going good, don't mess with things. As soon as it went out, I put my hands out and said, 'Thank God.' And I looked at the dugout and everybody was going insane. Melvin Upton Jr. vented a bit after being called out on strikes on a borderline low pitch in the seventh inning that was, as they say when you're a kid, too close to take. "Good hitters are going to hit it out and he's a good hitter". Toronto's starter finished with a complete game, allowing just six hits, two runs with six strikeouts and one walk on 101 pitches. Fortunately for them, it was all they needed.