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Cleveland Indians 4-1 Favorite to Win 2017 World Series: Riding 22-Win Streak

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Sep/14/2017

The Cleveland Indians have won 22 straight after Thursday night as they managed to take their game against Kansas City into overtime and ultimately come out on top. Despite having the second longest win streak in Major League Baseball history, one can still get the Indians at an amazing price to win the 2017 World Series: A payout of $400 for every $100 bet.  

The only team to win more consecutive games was the 1916 New York Giants, who won 12 in a row, played a tie that was ended by rain and replayed, and then won 14 more.

With Cleveland down to its last out Thursday night, Francisco Lindor lined an RBI double off the wall to keep the Indians in it and allow them to win in OT.

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