DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - For Cleveland Indian Andrew Miller, it's tough to describe the feeling you get when you win a Major League Baseball playoff series.
At least that's what he wrote in a recent post in The Players Tribune.
The dominant reliever acquired from the New York Yankees in the middle of the season wrote that he's had trouble sleeping lately, but it's all a part of the anticipation for what's to come.
Complete with a shout out to Trevor Bauer's drone incident, Miller talks about the clubhouse, the bullpen, and how he felt like he immediately fit in. He also asked the fans to bring it this series (the club's first World Series appearance since 1997).
"To prevail over a tremendous Cubs team and win it all, we're going to need our fans to keep it up," Miller wrote.
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