The regular season is finally over, and the Indians can finally catch their breath as they get set now for the second season, the MLB Posteason, which will kick off Friday in Houston.
The Tribe ended their final series with a series split against the Royals in Kansas City, ending the year with a 2-1 win Sunday afternoon.
The game was highlighted by the pitching performances of starter Carlos Carrasco, and Trevor Bauer, who came out of the pen to throw four innings and earn a save, not allowing a run.
The regular season for the Indians ends at 91-71, and now the team will have a few days off as they watch the wild card games, and then they will travel to Houston for games one and two with the Astros.
Here’s three takeaways from the season finale Sunday, as the team wraps up their regular season road record over .500 at 42-39.
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