Those are the words Tribe fans have yearned to hear for a decade, words that could be bellowing out of the mouth of the team’s recognizable radio man Tom Hamilton when this night is over.
Owning a 3-1 lead in the American League Championship Series, the Indians have the opportunity to wrap things up and eliminate the favored Boston Red Sox with a win in front of the hometown fans at Jacobs Field.
To accomplish as much and avoid a return trip to
The first bout went to Beckett in Game 1 at
“It’s going to be loud in here. Everybody’s going to be excited,” Sabathia said. “I look to stay calm and stay in control and not try to overthrow and do so much. I think I’ll be fine.”
There’s no doubt Sabathia and the Indians are in a prime position, needing to win just one more game to
The Indians aren’t counting on their American League championship rings just yet.
“That last thing you want to do is get ahead of yourself,” said manager Eric Wedge. “Yeah, we’d love to do it here at home, but the pace and the way we play, it needs to be the same thing we’ve been doing all year.”
“No one’s looking ahead,” said