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Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees are 59-36 and four games up in the AL East, headed to their sixth of nine consecutive division titles. At this moment, though, they trail the Cleveland Indians by one run in the bottom of the fifth inning. Jeter has just hit an RBI single with two outs, and the bases are loaded for left-handed slugger Jason Giambi. The count goes full and Cleveland ace CC Sabathia prefers to stay in the windup, giving all three Yankees on base a running start as he unfolds his 6-foot-7, 290-pound frame for a slow delivery to the plate.

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Yan Gomes remembers the Indians coming to Minnesota last year and clinching a playoff spot on the last day of the regular season. Now Cleveland is back in Minnesota, trying to sneak into the postseason through the back door. Gomes homered and drove in four runs to help the Indians advance in the AL wild-card race by beating the Twins 7-3 on a rainy Saturday night. The Indians pulled to 3 1/2 games out of the second wild-card spot after Oakland, Kansas City and Seattle all lost ahead of them earlier in the day.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tigers catcher Alex Avila remained sidelined by concussion-like symptoms Friday, and manager Brad Ausmus was uncertain when the veteran backstop will be able to return to the lineup.

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After a 13-inning victory the night before, the long-shot Cleveland Indians held out hope that they could still sneak into the playoffs. Trevor Plouffe singled in Danny Santana in the 10th inning to give the Minnesota Twins a 5-4, comeback victory over Cleveland, further damaging the Indians’ already slim playoff hopes. You got a lead and you end up losing,” said starting pitcher Trevor Bauer, who struck out six in six innings. All these losses, they stink.” Santana led off the ninth with a single off Kyle Crockett (4-1) and advanced to third on Brian Dozier’s single to right-center.

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The Cleveland Indians relied on their pitching again, and their offense came alive just in time to beat the Houston Astros. Mike Aviles’ sacrifice fly in the 13th inning scored Jose Ramirez and gave the Indians a 2-1 win on Thursday night. Ramirez doubled with one out before Samuel Deduno (2-6) walked Michael Brantley and Carlos Santana to set up Aviles’ fly to right. Jake Marisnick’s throw to the plate was offline, and Ramirez scored easily.

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Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco credits spending “three months” in the bullpen for why he’s turned into one of the league’s more dominant starting pitchers. That’s a long time to hang out somewhere, but it’s been worth it. Carrasco is so good right now, he achieved a stat line Wednesday night that only two other pitchers have done in recorded major league history. Carrasco tossed a two-hit shutout in a 2-0 victory against the Houston Astros, striking out 12 and needing only 98 pitches to do it. Maximum dominance and efficiency. The only other pitchers to strike out 12 in fewer than 100 pitches in a complete-game shutout: Sandy Koufax throwing a no-hitter with the Dodgers in 1966 , and Cliff Lee throwing a three-hitter with the Phillies 2011 . All three pitchers coincidentally walked one batter apiece, making for a nice symmetry. The act of tossing a shutout in fewer than 100 pitches is known as a Maddux, as in Greg Maddux, who did it 13 times from 1988 to 2013  and 14 times in his career. Add in the difficulty of a strikeout component, along with the low-hit amount, and what Carrasco did should be called a Maddux-Koufax. (Sorry, Cliff Lee. There must be something else we can name after you. Interestingly, though, Carrasco and Lee were once traded for each other.) Against the Astros, Carrasco allowed just a pair of infield singles to Jose Altuve (of course), along with a walk to Jon Singleton. He retired 17 straight between hits. Via the Associated Press : ”He was so good,” Cleveland manager Terry Francona said. ”He pounded the strike zone and he had a bunch of at-bats where it was three pitches or less. He’s commanding everything, so then they started to try to get a little aggressive and he got some first-pitch outs. He pitched with so much confidence and he just attacked the entire night.” But let’s get back to what created this monster. Carrasco, 27, came into the 2014 season with a 5.29 ERA in 40 career starts. Other than being an underachiever, the only other reason Carrasco was known was for being a headhunter . He began the season as a reliever, but since rejoining the rotation Aug. 10, he’s got a 1.17 ERA with 59 strikeouts and seven walks in 54 innings. That’s even better than teammate Corey Kluber. Credit Cleveland pitching coach Mickey Callaway for helping to mold Carrasco into a good starting pitcher. From Paul Hoynes at  Cleveland.com :

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Carlos Carrasco extended a string of solid pitching with his best start of the season. The right-hander threw a two-hitter with a career-high 12 strikeouts to lead the Cleveland Indians over the Houston Astros 2-0 Wednesday night. Yan Gomes had an RBI single in the fourth inning and a run-scoring triple in the sixth for the Indians, who remained five games out of a playoff spot with 11 to play. His previous best for strikeouts was 10 on Sept. 2 against Detroit, and his longest outing had been 8 2-3 innings on Sept. 7 against the Chicago White Sox.

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The Detroit Tigers expected David Price to bolster their postseason chances when they traded for the 2012 Cy Young Award winner this summer. After winning 11 games with Tampa Bay, though, he has a losing record as a Tigers starter and his latest setback further tightened the AL Central race. The left-hander gave up five runs and eight hits in 5 2-3 innings Wednesday night as the Minnesota Twins beat the Tigers 8-4 ahead of Detroit’s big weekend series in Kansas City. Price (14-12) fell to 3-4 since coming to the Tigers in a July 31 trade with the Rays.

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There’s so little time left to make up ground in saves and steals, but there are options for you nonetheless.

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