It’s looking like Believeland has another reason to get excited as another sports team is ready to follow suit on Cleveland greatness.

Last night, the Cleveland Indians defeated the Toronto Blue Jays, 3-0 in game 5 to clinched their first American League pennant since 1997. Relief pitcher Andrew Miller was named ALCS MVP, whom played a major role in helping the Indians secure a trip to the World Series thanks to 7 2/3 innings of pitching while striking out 14 batters in his appearances during the league championship series. In addition, he did not give up a walk in his 2 2/3 innings pitched outing during the championship clinching game. After the Indians finished off the Blue Jays, congratulations and shoutouts came from out the woodworks. From LeBron James, J.R.Smith, former Cleveland Indian great Kenny Lofton, was on the Indians 1997 AL championship team to the Ohio State Buckeyes saluting the squad on another accomplishment.

 

   

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As for the Toronto Blue Jays, they blew a major opportunity to finally finished what they started off last year. For the second consecutive year in the row, the boys from the 6 have been eliminated from the ALCS. With all that power hitting on the roster, people would’ve thought Toronto would’ve been crushing their way to their 1st World Series appearance since 1992-1993. It seems like Drake‘s services can be used in that general managerial settings.