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TODAY IS Tuesday October 23rd
Houston tops Cleveland 11-3, sweeps series
Tuesday Oct 09, 2018 12:00am

(CLEVELAND) - The Houston Astros are back in an October orbit. The defending World Series champions advanced to the AL Championship Series for the second straight year by completing a division-round sweep of Cleveland on Monday with an 11-3 lashing in Game 3 helped by two key throwing errors from Indians reliever Trevor Bauer. Marwin Gonzalez hit a two-run double off Bauer in a three-run seventh inning , and the Astros scored 10 runs in their final three at-bats to turn a series that was supposed to be competitive into a complete rout. The Astros moved to the ALCS on-deck circle, where they await the Boston-New York winner for a shot to play for another championship. George Springer homered twice, Carlos Correa hit a three run homer for his first hit of the postseason and Houston's bullpen combined for four scoreless innings, including six straight outs by winner Collin McHugh, as the AL West champions served notice that a second Series title is on their itinerary. For the Indians, another postseason ended earlier than planned. Cleveland was beaten in the first round for the second year in a row and baseball's longest World Series championship drought will reach a 71st anniversary. The Indians hit just .144 in the series, were outscored 21-6 and have lost six straight playoff games.

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