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Indians can’t make it three straight against Boston, fall 10-4: Three Takeaways

3) M.I.A

One of the most intriguing aspects of this series was the fact that it featured four potential MVP candidates in Boston’s Mookie Betts and JD Martinez and the Indians Francisco Lindor and José Ramirez. Unfortunately, the latter two had largely failed to live up to the hype in the first two games. Between them, they had registered just one hit entering Wednesday’s matchup and they had struck out four times. They were essentially missing in action.

Finally, they showed a little pep in their step in Game Three. Ramirez got on the board with his first hit of the series – a double in the third – and added a single later on for a two-hit night. Meanwhile, Lindor provided a leadoff double and scored on Encarnacion’s first home run. It’s progress. Thursday’s season finale will serve as a last chance for the Indians duo to showcase their star power in Boston…till the playoffs anyway.

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