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Cleveland Indians beat Detroit Tigers 2-0 for 20th straight win, tying the American League record.

Seattle Times Wednesday, 13 September 2017 ()
CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland Indians beat Detroit Tigers 2-0 for 20th straight win, tying the American League record.
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