The Blue Jays have fallen into the dreaded 0-3 hole, the odds have never been more against them, and their backs never been pushed this far against the wall. Only one team in the history of baseball, which is a very very long time, has ever come back from the feared 0-3 deficit. That was the Boston Red Sox in 2004, I still have nightmares about that series, and I wouldn't wish the same upon even my worst enemies. Cleveland fans don't deserve to feel that sort of pain, they live threw that pain everyday of their life just being from Cleveland, the added distress would send the city into a suicidal state. I mean New York is one of the better places to live and I was pretty suicidal after the Yankees blew a 3-0 lead, I can't imagine what would happen to a city like Cleveland. Luckily for them, the Blue Jays are NOT the 2004 Red Sox. The 04' Red Sox were a special team, they were definitley more talented than the Blue Jays, and they had a feeling of desperation with the fan base to produce for them. A franchise that has been deprived for 86 years is a lot more hungry than a franchise that's been deprived for 20, the Red Sox had a special vibe around them, and it was basically an act of god what happen on those 4 days in October. I just can't see the Blue Jays having that same fortune. The Indians are clearly the better team, they're now 6-0 in the playoffs, and they'll probably end the series tonight capping off their second sweep of the postseason. The sooner the Indians end this series the better, because the last thing you want to do is give this Blue Jays team any sort of hope. Indians have a chance to step on the Blue Jays throat tonight and that's exactly what they need to do. Corey Kluber takes the mound today for the Indians, this is probably the last guy the Jays want to face in an elimination game. Kluber hasn't allowed a run in either of his postseason starts thus far, if that's the case today the Indians will be back in the World Series for the first time since 1997. Go Tribe Go.