After underachieving for three months, the Cleveland Indians finally started playing like World Series contenders this week.
The visiting Tribe overpowered the Tampa Bay Rays with a four-game sweep, relying on pitching that was almost untouchable.
Starting pitchers Cody Anderson, Danny Salazar and Carlos Carrasco each set down the Rays in order for the first five innings, and Carrasco came within an eyelash of a no-hitter.
The Tribe's offense woke up as well. Brandon Moss racked up five RBI on Wednesday, and Mike Aviles' 10th-inning homer helped the Tribe finish the sweep on Thursday.Read more... Join the Conversation...