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CLEVELAND - Forget the Ubaldo Jimenez-Justin Verlander matchup that fizzled early.
CLEVELAND - When it comes to sports, Boston is a hot-button town, and the Red Sox generate more heat than any team in New England.
Chris Perez received so many offensive tweets after blowing a save and a tie against the Seattle Mariners, he shut down his Twitter account.
Max Scherzer took over the game Tuesday night, and there was nothing the Indians could do about it, as the Detroit Tigers earned a 5-1 decision at Progressive Field.
No team can win that kind of game. It doesn't happen, shouldn't happen, maybe never has happened, not against big-league players.
The Indians' overriding strategy against opposing pitchers has been to force them to have a bad day.
It's never too early to worry about next year. That goes for the Indians, who uncharacteristically will have more good things than bad things to worry about.
It was the kind of game the Indians would have lost last year or most of the last century. But this is not your grandfather's Indians, maybe not even your older cousin's.
When in doubt, hit the ball out of the park.
The Cleveland Indians erased all the negative numbers from their past three games with a few well-aimed swings of the bat Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park.