Toronto, Ontario - As I interviewed a couple of Indians plays outside of the clubhouse following the Game 4 loss, we could hear Blue Jays fans leaving the Rogers Centre, screaming and celebrating. Obviously, it was the Tribe who wanted to be celebrating on Tuesday night, but
one loss won't swing this series. The Indians still have a commanding 3-1 lead, and if I'd told you that that would be the case after four games, everybody would have been ecstatic.
The key now is for the Tribe to do what they've always done this season: refuse to get rattled, and come back with a clean slate in Game 5. They're putting a young lefty, Ryan Merritt, on the hill for that game, and he's going to need more offensive support
than Corey Kluber received in Game 4.
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