Cleveland and the 20 wins in a row against Detroit!



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Cleveland and the 20 wins in a row against Detroit!

Cleveland Indians and the 20 wins in a row against Detroit: now he is 3 from the record. The record of victories in direct clashes dates back to 1970 with Baltimore: but next weekend it could fall. Meanwhile, Yankees still protagonists against Boston.

it's almost like a curse.

Cleveland and the 20 wins in a row against Detroit!

There is no way for the Detroit Tigers to beat the Cleveland Indians, a team that on Sunday scored their twentieth straight win in the direct match (8-5, 2 home runs by Franmil Reyes).

Now Terry Francona's team sees the absolute record in a direct clash: it's a streak of 23 wins and belongs to Baltimore, against Kansas City in 1969-70. Victory also for the New York Yenkees against Boston. Joe Kelly about his suspension Joe Kelly who was suspended at MLB spoke briefly about what was going on: "The people who took the fall for what happened is nonsense," Kelly said.

"Yes, everyone is involved. But the way that [sign-stealing system] was run over there was not from coaching staff. ... They're not the head boss in charge of that thing. It's the players. So now the players get the immunity, and all they do is go snitch like a little b----, and they don't have to get fined, they don't have to lose games."

How he plays - he deserved it." , as quoted by ESPN "When you take someone's livelihood ... to save your own ass, that's what I don't like," Kelly said. "Cheating? They cheated. Everyone knows they're cheaters.

They know they're cheaters. It's over. That's been there, done that. But now they mess it up by ruining other people's lives, so they f---ed it up twice. ... When you taint someone's name to save your own name, this is one of the worst things that you could probably do.

... That really friggin' bugs me. I think I'll be irritated forever." He talked about Cora and how much it affected him, and how much Cora would like to explain what happened; "but he hasn't, because he's a respectable man.

So when [the Astros] lie" -- by deflecting blame onto staffers -- "that doesn't sit right with me." "Maybe they have called [Cora] and said, 'Hey, I'm sorry.' Or called Luhnow and said, 'Hey, I'm sorry.'

Or called Hinch, and Beltran. ... If they had said, 'Hey, I'm super-scared, I didn't know what to do, I didn't want to lose money, I had to rat.' ... Grow a pair of balls and say that."