The year of Cleveland sports, that's what this seems to be, after the Cavaliers brought the city of Cleveland it's first championship in over 50 years, the Indians are looking to change the narrative around Cleveland sports. For years Cleveland has been known as the city of losers, although the Browns still suck and forever will suck, the Indians are looking to change the city's image to, Cleveland, the city of champions. The Blue Jays avoided the sweep yesterday with a win in game 4. Their bats that have been dead all series finally came alive and propelled them to victory. They expected the bats to stay hot tonight as they faced off against Ryan Merritt, a rookie pitcher who had pitched all of 11 innings in the MLB coming into this game. Too bad Merritt was lights out, he wouldn't go very deep in the game only pitching 4 1/3 innings, but he only allowed 2 baserunners, and struck out 3 of the 14 batters he faced. Marco Estrada took the bump for the Blue Jays, he's been the Blue Jays best starter this postseason, giving them performances where he goes deep into the game, and doesn't allow more than 3 runs. Today, he would pitch 6 innings, allowing 2 runs total, one on a Mike Napoli RBI double, and the other on a Carlos Santana home run. The Indians would tack on another run in the 4th on a Coco Crisp homerun, that guy was my idol growing up as a little league outfielder in baseball so it's nice to see him still mashing. The Cleveland bullpen which has been absolutely outstanding all postseason continued that trend tonight. Andrew Miller, who has been the focal point of that bullpen gave another outstanding performance today, he pitched 2 2/3 innings, allowing just one base runner. He's been absolutely dominate as the Cleveland long set up man in the bullpen. Makes me sick to my stomach knowing the Yankees gave this man up, even if we got a stud prospect in return. Cody Allen came into the game in the bottom of the 9th looking to send the Indians back to the world series for the first time since 1997, he'd proceed to pick up the save, and send the Cleveland Indians to World Series. Cleveland now awaits the winner of the Cubs-Dodgers series, the Indians will then look to end a 67 year World Series drought, the longest current streak in the AL. MVP of this series goes to the Indians bullpen for being absolutely remarkable, Indians fans just gotta hope they can carry it through the World Series, and this team could very well be your World Series Champions. Go Tribe Go.