A statistical look at the Indians’ 2-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland’s 14th win in a row:
0 – Losses by the Indians since the Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, bringing Cleveland its first pro sports title since 1964. (The streak actually started the day before the Cavs won the title.)
3 – Years since a team won at least 14 consecutive games (2013 Atlanta Braves).
6:13 – Time it took to complete Friday’s game.
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10 1/3 – Consecutive scoreless innings logged by Blue Jays’ relievers before the Indians scored in the 19th.
12 – Consecutive innings played with neither team scoring a run.
13 – Scoreless innings for the Indians’ bullpen, which ties a franchise record.
13 – Hitting streak for Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, who hit an RBI single in the third inning.
14 – Consecutive victories for the Indians, a franchise record and the most for an American League team since the 2002 Oakland A’s won 20 in a row.
19 – Total pitchers used in Friday’s game.
19 – Most innings played in a game in Blue Jays history (Toronto also played a 19-inning game against the Detroit Tigers in 2014).
21 – Games won during the longest streak in baseball history (1935 Chicago Cubs).
34 – Runners left on base Friday (each team stranded 17).
65 – Years since the Indians last won 13 consecutive games.
99 – Strikeouts for the Indians’ starting pitchers during the streak. Friday’s starter, Josh Tomlin, struck out eight.
100 – Career home runs for Toronto’s Justin Smoak, who hit a solo shot in the sixth inning for the Blue Jays’ only run of the game.
Compiled by Noel Harris