Indians win streak reaches 19 with 11-0 beating of Tigers

The Cleveland Indians look to stay the hottest team in the league, as they haven't lost a game since August 23. Now, the Indians are chasing some serious, attention-grabbing baseball history.

Vogelsong spent several years with the Pirates too, of course, moving to Pittsburgh in the Jason Schmidt trade in 2001.

Next up is the American League record held by the "Moneyball" Oakland A's of 2002. The 1916 New York Giants had a 26-game streak, but that included a tie.

Berg recounts that the team has made a few moves to eventually eliminate the long-standing logo in favor of the new block "C" logo, but he clearly feels the team isn't moving fast enough.

This was the fourth time in 11 games this month the Tigers have allowed 10 or more runs and been beaten by 10 or more runs.

Francisco Lindor, one of the club's harvested home-grown stars, hit a bases-loaded triple to highlight a five-run second inning. They have scored first in 18 of the 19 wins. He's seen them continuously harvest productive young talent from their farm system and he's seen their front office smartly fill in the holes with quality veteran players.

Another win against the Tigers on Sept. 12, and the streak reaches 20. His best two years came in 2011 and 2012, and he won a second ring with the Giants in 2014. Carlos Carrasco continued the Indians' historic pace for starting pitchers, delivering six scoreless innings and striking out nine.

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Two innings later, Jose Ramirez belted a two-run home run down the right-field line.

The Indians announced later that Ramirez was pulled as a precaution with a forearm bruise. He was taken out for precautionary reasons.

Another day (a couple of 'em, actually), another loss for the Dodgers. No timetable has been established for his return.

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